Assembly on Baisakhi

image 01Pupils presented an assembly on Baisakhi to all year groups in April. Baisakhi is a very important festival for Sikh people in our school, our country and across the world.

Baisakhi, also spelt Vaisakhi, is the festival which celebrates Sikh New Year and the founding of the Sikh community, known as the Khalsa, in 1699.

It is celebrated on April 13 or 14 every year. It was originally a harvest festival in the Punjab before it became the Sikh's most important festival. Our assemblies were presented brilliantly by Year 7 pupils Jayapreet Bains-Williams, Arun Uppal and Hannah Cartwright, supported  by Roqeebat Hamzat. Best wishes and happy celebrations to our Sikh pupils and to Sikhs everywhere.

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