Punjabi school is a community language school located within the Gurdwara premises. The school is registered with Community Languages Australia and Department of Education and Training. We also provide teachers for Scripture classes in local public/privates school to promote our mother tongue.
The aim of the school is to teach:
The Punjabi language including the history, culture and values of Punjabi community.
Gurbani and Gurmat values.
In addition, the school will focus on promoting the multiculturalism through interaction with the wider Australian communities.
About the School
In 20NN, our dedicated team of N teachers have volunteered their services to teach NNN students. With the combined efforts of our staff and Gurdwara management committee members, in the first year of school accreditation, the school has successfully achieved a milestone of its long term commitment and a vision of fostering and sustaining the Punjabi language and culture among the wider Punjabi community in Sydney.
Where the school has been inviting and welcoming for local Punjabi community it has also been a focus for local English speaking Australians. In last year, four Australian students were enrolled and they emphasised the need to learn the Punjabi language.
All rooms are now fully air conditioned and equipped with audio visual aids. In addition, the availability of a large range of bilingual Punjabi books from nursery to year 5 has also been increased.
Please refer to the below information for enrollment:
minimum age for enrollment is 5 years
enrollment fees is nil
tuition fees is nil
collect the enrollment form from school
submit it either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it in person on any Sunday between 10am to 1pm during school term
For more information or feedback please contact our Education Director. Refer to Management Committee page for contact details