Oadby Punjabi School has close to 150 students on the roll learning the Punjabi language, religion and culture, divided among 10 classes, ranging from the age of 5 and 18.
Oadby Punjabi school classes are held every day during the week from 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm.
Every child is assessed on there ability level and placed in the correct class of there level.
The school has a waiting list which is maintained to reassure parents that their child will be admitted at the earliest opportunity.
Oadby Punjabi School is remarkable for offering a Punjabi language teaching up to GCSE level. It is vital to monitor progress of the students therefore all the students are assessed and they sit exams before the end of Easter term where then a progress report is prepared and shown to parents on parents evening.
To encourage the students and to help build their self-confidence and esteem a stage programme takes place before the end of year in July where the children are awarded for there progress throughout the year.
The Punjabi school unifrom is white suit with blue chuni for girls and black trousers and white top with blue/black patka for boys.