Welcome to the Homepage of Karamsar Punjabi School. This page has been created to provide a forum where we can communicate, share and interact with all the Parents and Sevadaars who support us and our students throughout the academic year.
Our school was set up in 2006 and has grown to become a successful and fun learning environment for young children from the ages of 6 upwards.
We teach a full range of Academic Classes from Beginners, right through to Punjabi GCSE and Punjabi A-Levels with the aim that all our students leave with a thorough, knowledgeable understanding and fluency of the Punjabi language.
(for Academic Year 2019/2020)
|Punjabi Beginners / Intermediate / GCSE||Sat||09.30am – 12pm||£25.00|
|Sat||1.00pm – 3.00pm||£25.00|
|Tues||5.30pm – 7.00pm||£25.00|
|Thurs||5.30pm – 7.00pm||£25.00|
*Fee is reduced to £20.00 for second/third siblings
The Registration Form for Punjabi School can be downloaded here:
Karamsar Punjabi School also runs a plethora of alternative classes and sessions to cover a range of community led initiatives – For details on these, please visit the pages under the Punjabi School dropdown menu, or pop into the school building and speak to one of our Admin staff.
We have also published our Policy documentation to ensure Parents and Visitors know how serious we take the responsibility of looking after your children at the school.
Throughout the site we have included pictures of our events and programmes showing our Students, Parents and Sevadaars. If you do not wish for photos of your child/ren, or yourself to be on the site, then please submit a written request to Karamsar Punjabi School, addressed to Mr Satvinder S Gharial. Thank You.
On Saturday 17th December 2016, to celebrate the end of term the Children, Teachers and Parents were treated to a trip to the cinema to watch Banda Singh Bahadur and a special lunch. Here are some of the images:
Thank you to all Parents, Teachers and Students for their support and cooperation in making this a memorable day. We wish you all a lovely winter break and a Happy New Year. Hope to see you well refreshed in January.
Here are some images from our Gurpurab programme on Sunday 13th November 2016: