Ramgarhia Sabha Southall

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Welcome to Ramgarhia Sabha Southall

Three Day Kirtan Darbar Smagam

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Dates for Ramgarhia Sabha Education Centre Southall School closes for end of term: 10th July 2016 Enrolment for the next academic year to take place

Enrolment for the next academic year to take place on :

 10am - 12:00pm on  4th September 2016 in the Education Room (next to the Gurdwara Nishan Sahib)
 10am - 12:00pm on  11th September 2016 in the Education Room (next to the Gurdwara Nishan Sahib)

18th September 2016 School will resume for teaching at Beaconsfield Primary School at the times indicated below

Timetable for 2016/2017
Time Subject
10:00 – 11:00 Tabla, Harmonium (basic & advanced), Adult Sikh Studies, Adult Punjabi classes
10:30 – 13:00 GCSE – Punjabi (open to children and adults) GCSE – Sikh Studies (open to children and adults)
10:45 - 11:00 School starts for all children unless the children are attending music class.
10:45 – 12:00 Sikh Studies Punjabi Studies
12:00 – 1:00pm Sikh Studies Punjabi Studies

The annual fee for enrolment is £35.00. Payment must be made in full to secure your child’s place in a class.
The Puneet books and exercise books will have a charge of £2 and £1 respectively

Application Form

Volunteer Request
Ramgarhia Education Centre is looking for volunteers (teachers and assistants) to help them in the next academic year. We are also looking for Admin support at the front desk. If you are interested in volunteering as a teacher or assistant in a classroom, and you have a good knowledge of Sikhi or have fluent knowledge of Punjabi in reading and writing , please speak to the Admin team. All our teachers are volunteers and are committed to providing a good sound education to our younger generations. There is no greater sewa then to provide education on Sikhi to our young people which will enhance their adult life.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 August 2016 19:57

Sunday School

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Sunday School was set up over 30 years ago as a way to occupy children who came to the Gurdwara but did not understand anything about why they have come to the Gurdwara. Sunday School has grown over the years and supported by the Gurdwara, hired a proper school to hold lessons. The school has improved over the years with a good standard of religious education offered and the number of students have grown year on year.

Presently Sunday School has over 300 students, reception and year 1 and year 2 are heavily oversubscribed.  We aim to do our utmost to accommodate the children rather than put them on the waiting list simply because we believe that no child should lose the opportunity to learn about their faith and mother tongue. Over the years students have successfully passed their GSCE in Punjabi and Sikh Studies, with this year seeing new additional  class for students who are interested in studying for A level Punjabi and Sikh Studies.

Guidance on the wearing of Sikh articles of faith in the workplace and public spaces

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Sometimes the wearing of Sikh articles of faith may appear to conflict with the needs of an organisation and the lack of understanding of Sikh articles of faith can inadvertently lead to tensions between the rights of individuals and the rights of the organisation.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 February 2015 20:07

Mool Mantar

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Ik Onkaar
There is only one God.

Sat Naam
Truth is his name

Kartaa Purakh
He is the creator

He is without fear

He is without hate

Akaal Moorat
He is timeless and without form

Ajoonee Saibhang
He is beyond birth and death, The enlightened one

Gur Parsaad
He can be known by the Guru’s grace

Embrace His meditation

Aad Sach.
He was present in the beginning

Jugaad Sach
He was present before the Yugas (ages) began.

Hai Bhee Sach
He Is present now

Naanak Hosee Bhee Sach. ||1||
(Guru) Nanak (Dev Ji) says that he shall certainly be present in the future.

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 April 2015 20:14

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