Khalsa Primary School has been graded as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted
Khalsa Primary School was graded as OUTSTANDING in our Section 5 Ofsted inspection (Inspection: 19-20 October 2011)
Khalsa Primary School was graded as OUTSTANDING in our Section 48 Ofsted inspection (Inspection: 13 March 2017)
We believe that the credit goes to our extremely hard working staff, teaching and support staff, our brilliant pupils, very committed and hard-working governors and of course our highly supportive parents.
As you may observe in the report our inspectors were impressed with our children’s excellent behavior and how well they learn and how the school cares for them and keeps them safe. It was noted that it was evident that the children were happy to come to school, they like their teachers and they enjoy the work they are given.
The inspectors were highly impressed with our morning assembly and as a school we are very thankful to Jatinder Singh and Indermohan Kaur for their work and support.
We feel that credit is due to Mr H S Sewak, who once had a dream to open a Sikh Faith school in Slough, which today has become a reality and he can pride himself with the knowledge that he has been instrumental in sowing the seeds of a very successful school.
There are some aspects that the school needs to work on. We have entered these items into our School Evaluation report and have an action plan which we are actively working on to ensure that we retain the status as an Outstanding school.