Welcome to The Khalsa Academy Wolverhampton

COVID-19 update

Year 10 Parent survey.

If you have a child in year 10 please complete this survey 

Year 10 Parent Survey

Free School Meal Vouchers 

Dear Parents and Carers 

All vouchers issued this month will cover a 4 week period, we have submitted the order to Dfe on the 18th April. The latest update from DFE is below. 

If you are having problems with vouchers either contact the school or freeschoolmealsparentcarer@edenred.com 

DFE update for Free School Meals â€‹

DFE FSM voucher scheme

Kind Regards 

TKAW 

 

Update 27/03/2020: Pastoral & Safeguarding Support

The Khalsa Academy Wolverhampton is committed to the safety, wellbeing and welfare of all our pupils. As a result, our commitment to pastoral care will continue and remain in place during this uncertain period of school closures.

Download Letter

 

Additional Information for Parents and Students

Kooth Information - Online support for young people

Free Computing and Coding Lessons - School of Coding

 

Alternative School Provision for students

Dear Parents/Carers, 

Please find attached a letter for parents, who are keyworkers and require alternative educational provision over the next two weeks. 

Kind regards

Mrs A. K Notta 

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Coronavirus - Advice from the DFE

We have received advice from the Department for Education (DfE) regarding the Coronavirus.  The overall risk to the UK remains moderate and you should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your children catching the Coronavirus.  There are however actions we can take to prevent the spread of any virus as follows:

  • Promoting basic hygiene practises at home and in school.

  • Regularly washing hands with soap.

  • Always sneeze into a tissue and “bin it”.

Latest information and advice can also be found at: 

GOV Website

Coronavirus

Welcome tMy photo favo the Khalsa Academy Wolverhampton.  An inclusive Sikh ethos school where academic excellence and vocational success provides students with the knowledge and transferable skills to benefit society.  We take a holistic approach that develops the “whole” child to be the very best version of themselves and successful individuals that contribute to the local community and beyond.  Our ethos is based on the three Principles of Sikhi which are applied as: beyond the individual, beyond academic achievement and beyond selflessness.  These are central to everything we do at TKAW.

We are a school where accountability is important for every stakeholder in order to bring about positive sustainable change. We want the local community, parents, staff and students to invest in our school through commitment, clear communication and collaboration, “Together As One” school, community and family; exceeding expectations.

 

Mrs A K Notta

Principal

 

If parents have any concerns or complaints these need to be raised by the academy complaints procedure. 

Complaints Procedure Download

 

If you require paper copies of any documentation please contact the school administration team.