We will draw upon the skills of local people, public, private, secular and religious organisations, businesses, trades, services, and charities – where possible.
This includes developing links with local schools, colleges, universities and training providers to share teaching and learning resources; facilities and expertise.
Through programmes connected with The British Council and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), and others.The Khalsa Academy Wolverhampton will foster an international outlook, allowing our learners to participate and flourish as valued members of a global community.
Parents have an important role to play in their children’s education. Parental engagement with the School, will ensure that our learners are supported both at school and at home; allowing for a consistency of approach towards learning. AtThe British Sikh School, we will ensure that parents have all the support, information and guidance that they need to assist their children with homework; exam preparation; extra-curricular activities; choosing post 14/ post 16 courses and also with making career decisions.
“The Khalsa Academy Wolverhampton is an integral part of the local community”