Khalsa Punjabi School

Khalsa Punjabi School was established in November 1995

under Sri Guru Nanak Satsang Sabha’s patronage located at Blackburn. The objective of the school will be the promotion of Punjabi lan-guage and its teaching to the students who may be interested in learning the language, irrespective of their ethnic background. School conducts the Punjabi classes every Sunday at the precinct of SGNSS, Blackburn for the past 13 years from 10.15-1.00pm. 

The school is able to meet the growing need of community with the help of dedicated teaching staff, and the help of SGNSS management committee. We have seen an increased awareness amongst the Sikh community towards the learning of Punjabi language. Regular classes started this year on the first week of February, with a total of 104 students being enrolled at the beginning of this year at four different levels. Most of the students from last year were promoted to the next grade, at the same time new students were enrolled in the lower grades.