Government Announcement Update from Seva School

Following on from the Prime Minister’s announcement this evening, Seva secondary and primary students will learn remotely from tomorrow on MS Teams (until further notice).

We will, of course, continue to have vulnerable and key worker children on site (including children with special educational needs). Please email j.donnellan@seva.coventry.sch.uk if you need your child to attend school.

If you need a laptop, please email helpdesk@seva.coventry.sch.uk (include student name and year group) and we will try to organise one for you as soon as possible.

About Us

Seva school will deliver excellent educational development through a framework that supports the wellbeing of all. This will be underpinned by the principles and teachings of the Sikh faith. We will adopt and instil the SEVA core principles:

  • Service
  • Excellence
  • Virtues
  • Aspiration

Our School will provide an inspiring and stimulating learning environment, while fostering harmony between spirituality and secularity. We will seek to achieve the best morally, socially and intellectually in an ethos promoting tolerance and mutual understanding.

News

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Letters

Mobile users please click here to view: Letter to Parents 03.01.21.pdf

Mobile users please click here to view: Letter to Secondary Parents 08.01.21.pdf

Mobile users please click here to view:Primary Remote Teaching and Learning Letter 05.01.21.pdf

Mobile users please click here to view:http://sevakeducationtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Letter-Dec-Parents.docx

Testimonials

  • ‘The Truth is high; but higher still is truthful living.’ (Guru Nanak Dev Ji). On a daily basis we work to turn this vision into reality at Seva school. We do this by promoting Nam Japna or meditation on the Divine Name, which forms the core knowledge of our faith practice and 3D curriculum. This builds resilience in our students so that they can flourish as individuals by practising Kirat Karna or living honestly as part of the life of a householder. This meta knowledge is immensely powerful and students find that they can then better engage with the world around them. This is reflected in the commitment of our students to Vand ke Chhakna or sharing with others, which embeds broad humanistic values in their everyday life.

    Lead on Faith

  • “I feel privileged to have the role of Head Boy at Seva School. I believe it has helped me to develop important qualities in life like never giving up, having confidence to try new things and serving others. Seva School is a place where I have been able to learn as a result of the calm atmosphere and good behaviour. Teachers support us to reach our full potential and prepare us for the next stage of our learning.”

    Head Boy

  • “I am honoured to represent Seva School and its students as Head Girl. As a student leadership team, we strive to make a real difference to all our fellows through listening to their needs and taking their ideas to fruition. We work together to succeed and achieve our best.”

    Head Girl

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