Our vision is to offer an excellent education to children based on the National Curriculum and also fosters a learning environment within which children learn about spirituality, faith and practice Sikh values.
Welcome to the Atam Academy, a happy, friendly and spiritual environment where children between the ages of 4 and 18 begin their exciting journey of discovery.
It is with great privilege and pleasure that through God's grace, we are able to congratulate the community on the news that the Department for Education has given us the go-ahead to open an all-through Sikh faith school in September 2015, in the London Borough of Redbridge.
The Atam Academy is a member of the Khalsa Academies Trust which runs three schools in England. Members of this Trust established the Khalsa Primary School in Slough in 2007 which is now an Outstanding school. The other schools in the group include the Khalsa Secondary Academy in Stoke Poges which opened in Sept 2013 and the British Sikh School, a Secondary Academy in Wolverhampton which is planned to open in Sept 2015.
Our commitment to educate all our students to become everything that they can be and are meant to be, and prepare them to play their part in all dynamic, multi-faith, multi-ethnic and multitalented society. We encourage our pupils to learn through experience and our dedicated staff will ensure that children of all abilities have equal opportunities to thrive.
The literal translation of the word 'Sikh' is a life-long learner and we will inspire a love for learning, a spirit of enquiry and improve the life chances and opportunities for all our students. This is your school, a place for your child to flourish and experience a dynamic curriculum providing challenges and excitement.
If you have any queries or would like to discuss the proposals please email info@AtamAcademy.com
The Atam Academy will stand for:
- Outstanding leadership
- Outstanding teaching
- Safe and happy environment
- Every child matters
- Holistic education
- Parental engagement
- Independent learning
- Exemplary behaviour
- Discovery of the inner self
- Giving back to society