The Akaal Primary School is a state-funded Free School in Derby. We opened as a Sikh faith primary school on September 7th 2015.
|Reception||September 2013 - August 2014|
|Year 1||September 2012 to August 2013|
|Year 2||September 2011 to August 2012|
|Year 3||September 2010 to August 2011|
|Year 4||September 2009 to August 2010|
Our teachers and other staff will inspire every child to achieve excellence in academic, creative, sporting, social, spiritual and physical areas, regardless of their background, social status, gender or religious belief. Our vision is rooted in excellence of education, holistic development and parental and community participation.
The vision is underpinned by the Sikh ethos and will provide a value-based education for character building so that all our pupils become confident and valued members of society. We will specialise in literacy and numeracy.
Our intention is to bring together all members of the school and parental community to create an environment of mutual respect, care and tolerance so that our pupils achieve the highest goals and contribute to the welfare of all without discrimination.
Our mission is to develop all-round excellence in pupils so that they become good, tolerant and understanding citizens. The highest standards of teaching will be complemented by a wide range of extra-curricular activities to enable all the children to fulfil their academic, creative and sporting potential.
Guided by an ethos rooted in Sikh principles, the children of Akaal Primary School will develop the attributes, skills and aspirations necessary to make the most of their lives.
Our Unique Features
Some of the unique features of Akaal Primary School include:
- High aspirations for all.
- Value based education.
- Thematic learning.
- Extended school day (8:30am to 3:30pm).
- Enrichment classes.
- Whole child development.
- Personalised education and care.
- Family and community focus with focus on pupil well-being.
To achieve our mission we will expect pupils to:
- Have high expectations in all they do.
- Respond positively to challenging learning activities.
- Take increasing responsibility for their own learning.
- Develop a love of learning that remains a lifelong legacy.
- Show respect for each other and their environment.