Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
About Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton
Nishkam Primary School is a Sikh-ethos, multi-faith, non-selective school for girls and boys aged 4-11. It is situated in Wolverhampton, in the West Midlands. Formerly called Anand Primary School, it is now part of the multi-academy Nishkam School Trust. The school opened its doors in 2013 and at full capacity will accommodate 420 pupils.
Values and vision
Nishkam Primary School strives to deliver a values-led curriculum in a calm and harmonious environment. It believes in more than academic excellence and endeavours to inspire in children a passion for lifelong learning. Nishkam schools aim to create a mindset that serves others without expectation or recognition; this, the trust believes, promotes humility and unlocks an individual’s potential.
Nishkam Primary’s new and renovated buildings are a serene environment. The premises include a forested area for children to enjoy.
"Children in the early years make good progress. Good teaching and interesting learning opportunities enable children to settle quickly, listen well and improve their skills … The behaviour of pupils is good. They have positive attitudes towards all adults and each other. Staff promote good behaviour and manage most pupils’ needs well."