Ramgarhia Sabha Southall

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Welcome to Ramgarhia Sabha Southall

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Listening 16 June 45 mins
Reading 21 June 50 mins
Writing 21 June 1 hour
1681 13 June AM 2.30 Hours
2681 22 June PM 3 hours 
Religious Studies Unit 7 Religion And Life Based On A Study Of Sikhism 5RS07 16-May-2016 AM 1h 30m
Religious Studies Unit 14 Sikhism 5RS14 07-Jun-2016 PM
1h 30m
  • All morning exams will start a 9 am students should arrive by 08.45 with Identification (Passports ideally would be best)
  • Afternoon exams will start at 1 PM students should arrive by 12.45 
 Location : 159 The Broadway Southall Middlesex UB1 1LR
Parents may park their car at Ramgarhia Sabha Southall Car Park which is at the rear of the Gurdwara entrance via St Josephs Drive off South Road. Turn into St Joseph Drive when they see Chana Chemist and a small clothes shop opposite Sira's and Quality food stores.
Last Updated on Sunday, 05 June 2016 16:23

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.

Becoming a Sikh Chaplain

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If you can answer yes to the majority of questions, please contact us for further details of how you might be able to get involved as a Sikh chaplain.

Are you aged between 18-75?
Are you sufficiently fit to meet the physical and emotional demands of hospital visiting and be able to satisfy occupational health screening?
Are you able to relate warmly and simply in a relaxed manner?
Do you have a good knowledge of the Sikh faith with habits of prayer and public worship. Are you able to speak confidently about your own faith?
Are you open minded and able to be non-judgemental?
Are you able to keep confidentiality and adhere to a code of conduct?

See: http://www.sikhchaplaincy.org.uk/index.php/becoming-a-sikh-chaplain

Last Updated on Sunday, 29 March 2015 21:55

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

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