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Welcome to Seva School

What do we stand for?

We are the first, all through free faith school in Coventry and Warwickshire, providing excellent education for girls and boys in both primary and secondary phases.

Seva School represents Service, Excellence, Virtues and Aspiration and these principles are at the heart of all decisions we make to support children in their learning, outcomes and success.

Our expectations are high but simple, underpinned by the values that are at the heart of the Sikh faith; tolerance, mutual understanding and values, which are a common and pivotal thread through all faiths.

We invite you to come and see and experience for yourselves our school at work; you will be welcomed into a warm and inclusive, calm, purposeful learning environment. Our pupils will be courteous and hard at work in their learning and play.

To make an appointment to visit our school please call 02477 987619. We look forward to meeting you.

Our Vision

Sevak Education Trust aim is to provide an outstanding educational experience for all learners

Learners will be provided with the opportunity to progress onto the next stage of their education with enthusiasm and confidence.

Seva School will look to:

  • Provide the highest quality and unparalleled teaching to community children
  • Provide the best teaching foundation to springboard into higher education
  • Provide excellent moral and ethical teaching to become good citizens
  • Teach respect and help reduce crime and anti-social behaviour
  • Provide enhanced after-school, weekend and pre-school and extensive extracurricular activities
  • Help students learning of relevant skills and provide flexibility to parents within the community
  • Promote and actively be involved in community and work experiences

We are part of The Sevak Education Trust

what does The Sevak Education Trust stand for?

The Sevak Education Trust was formed to create free schools that are underpinned by the Sikh Faith. The Trust consists of educational, financial, marketing and legal experts along with parents and businessmen from the local area.

Our view is that a high quality, sound education is the vital ingredient to improving young people’s life chances. It enables them to progress into adulthood with the skills and confidence that they need for success. This is only possible if vision has an understanding of what a good school really is.

  •  A good school must provide wholeness in order to achieve this.
  •  A good school is one that looks after the most vulnerable so that everyone has his or her own dignity.
  •  A good school is one that expects its pupils to show wide ambition and strength in their spiritual life, their intellect, their extra-curricular activities and their games.
  •  A good school makes its pupils look outwards so they learn through their experience of how people live and work in their own country and the European and global markets.

Such an outlook takes away arrogance and replaces it with true confidence, the confidence that sees change as an opportunity rather than a threat and thus prepares pupils for the rapidly involving world that awaits them.

Our vison and approach offers this wholeness, a wholeness in which a child’s individuality prospers but always to the benefit of the community, in the spirit of selflessness service or “Seva”.

The principles underpinning the vision of the Sevak Education Trust.

By drawing on the teachings of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith, our schools will not only provide academic education, they will encompass an underlying message of brotherhood, equality and respect. High morals, discipline, love, compassion and selfless service towards all regardless of faith, gender or colour will be encouraged. The schools will embrace a universal, inclusive approach to spirituality, aimed at rekindling a personal, loving and spontaneous relationship with the Divine.

The Three Basic Principles of Sikhism are:

Naam Japnaa - To meditate on the Divine Name with love and devotion

Kirat Karnee -  To work hard and honestly with dignity and labour

Vand Ke Shaknaa -  To share what you have with the deprived and needy


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