Whilst the Khalsa School is a Sikh faith school, we provide an environment for those that wish to follow any faith as well as those that do not have a faith. Facilities are provided for those pupils that wish to participate in a morning prayers linked with their faith.
A multi-faith room is available for all non-Sikhs who wish to participate in their own prayers at the school.
All prayers are followed by a whole school assembly where all children will join together to participate in a whole school message.
“Beginning the day with prayer puts us in a positive and peaceful frame of mind. It fortifies our self-confidence, generates new energy and in the process equips us mentally & emotionally to face the daily ordeals of life.
When you sit in prayers, your mind is filled with soothing moral & spiritual thoughts that makes it a self-purifying, self-improving and spiritually enriching experience.
Prayer helps us through illness & tragedy. It puts us in positive frame of mind & revives hope. We gain courage and the ability to face the reality of life.
Affects not only the person who is praying, it affects the entire moral environment in which we live. Thoughts of peace and goodwill from the mind, sends waves of happiness.
And yet we pray only in time of sadness.”
Taken From: The Speaking Tree
Published by: All India
Pingalwara Charitable Society (Regd.)