Teaching and learning will be based on the Early Years Foundation Stage Principles.
Teachers will plan and prepare learning opportunities so that every child receives an enjoyable and challenging learning and development experience that is tailored to meet their individual needs.
We will plan for development based on the four themes:
- a unique child
- positive relationships
- enabling environments
- learning and development
Your child’s teacher will value your child as a unique and special individual and the importance of each child’s individual route to learning.
They will use regular assessment to help your child progress and to plan and adapt further learning opportunities to suit your child’s needs.
All teachers will work with and involve parents to help us meet all children’s needs, learning styles and interests.
Sikh and Punjabi Studies
Nursery and Reception aged children will have tailored Sikh Studies and Punjabi Language lessons.
Reception aged children will participate daily in morning prayers.
Punjabi lessons will be taught appropriately according to the child’s age. A phonic system will be used and lessons tailored so that each child enjoys and participates.
Sikh Studies will provide opportunities for children to understand and learn about key elements of our Sikh Culture. This will include Gurbani (through history as well as music), History of Sikhism and Sikhi today. Again, this will be adapted to suit the needs of the child’s age and ability.
All lessons, learning and school life will be based on the Sikh ethos and values.
Adults working with your child
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting children’s welfare in all aspect.
All adults working with children will have been previously thoroughly checked and assessed on their suitability.
All children and parents will feel safe and secure with all adults working at Khalsa Primary School.
For further information please contact the Headteacher.
Please see below the curriculum maps and classes timetables:
For more information, please contact Ms P K Sehmi (Headteacher) or Ms J Butler (Deputy Headteacher) at the school.