News & Events
Guru Nanak are pleased to announce another successfull year with A level results.
The following press release demostrates the hardwork and dedication put in by staff and students to achieve excellent results. (click on image read)
GNSA has organised walk to school week commencing from Monday 18th of May 2015. Please click here to downliad our school letter regarding this event.
Obituary: Maneet Sachdeva
It is with great sadness that we announce that our beloved student Maneet Sachdeva has passed away after an ongoing battle with a terminal illness.
The following poem shared in the memory of Maneet by his family sums up the emotions and feelings of all our staff and students.
God made a sweet child, a child who never grew old
He made a smile of sunshine, He molded a heart of pure gold
He made that child as close to an angel
As anyone ever could be
God made a sweet child and He gave that dear child to me
Then God saw his wonderful creation
Growing very tires and weak
So He wrapped the child in His loving arms
And said, “You my child I’ll keep”
But now my sweet child is an angel
Free from hurt and pain
I’ll love you forever, until we meet again
Maneet will forever be remembered as a great credit to the School. Our deepest condolences go out to his family at this very sad time.
The Academy will be holding a Ccreative Arts Week from the 19th June - 20th June. Please refer to the following link for further information:
Please click on the link below to see our Parental 'Survey Feddback 2014' letter that went out to all the parents. We will always welcome any feedback from our parents related to any services provided in the acadmey. We would really appreciate if you would be kind enough to give your feedback on the Draft Behaviour for Learning Policy by 18th of June 2014.To send your comments and feedback please email at email@example.com or give us a call on 0208 573 6085 (opt. 2)
April 2014 Year 8 Engineering Taster Day
On the 25th April, the Year 8s had the rare opportunity to visit Heathrow and experience the day in the work life of an engineer. Please read Gurvinder Singh Khaneja’s account of the day (link below).
Many thanks to Hillingdon Aviation Engineering UTC and Heathrow.
March 2014 Exam Buster Course
All students in Year 11 were able to benefit from a brilliant one day Exam Buster Course. This provided students with an opportunity to learn revision techniques and to empower them to feel more confident leading up to the crucial exam period. Here is a link to the course and subsequent teacher comments http://www.positivelymad.com/Secondary/Exam-Busters
March 2014 Making Choices Careers Fair
Over 50 exhibitors and 400 students gathered for the inaugural Making Choices Careers Fair. Companies present included The Metropolitan Police, Armed Forces, Barclays, Metrobank, Santander, Sainsburys, Colleges & Universities. Students were able to network with a variety of post 16 providers in order to establish particular career paths alongside receiving valuable career advice.
Autumn & Spring Terms - Key Stage 4 Academic Breakfast Club
A number of students from across Key Stage 4 were invited to attend a weekly mentoring session in order to raise their academic performance. Miss Curtis and Mr Perryman hosted the weekly sessions which provided students with a healthy breakfast and promoted academic achievement through mentoring. Students were also able to learn valuable CV building skills and revision techniques for exams.
Please use the links to the left to read more about what is happening at the Academy.