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The Sikh Kirpan: guidance on allowing it in schools

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The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to schools in Ealing regarding the wearing of the Kirpan by Sikhs. This advice applies to teachers, members of staff and pupils/students who have gone through the Amrit ceremony (i.e. who have been initiated into the Khalsa.). For further information see the following link http://bit.ly/2thOPZx

The Bully

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Poem By H Singh

Dedicated to Vijay Singh, aged 13, who hung himself at home in Manchester, after being bullied at school.

Racist ruffian, low-down scum
Foul mouthed thug do you think its fun
To beet up a kid who's half your size?
Knock his turban and punch his eyes
He gets good grades and it makes you sick
turban-head's clever and you're so thick.
You push and punch and steal his lunch
You swing your fist his nose goes crunch
Bleeding Paki! Bloody Paki!
Swear a lot then steal his money
Grab his arms - push him to the wall
Punch! Crunch! He takes the fall
Kick! Spit! Watch him crawl
Walk away from his crying call.
Lessons start at the school from hell
Classroom's more like a prison cell
Sitting in his blood stained clothes
Tears in his eyes and a busted nose
Bully boys don't stop their taunting
No teacher saw his daily haunting
No teacher said you're a lion Singh
Be BRAVE, be STRONG but never give in
School bell rings:"Bye-Bye friends I ain't coming to hell again!"
Running home as fast as he can
No one knows his secret plan
Up the stairs for freedom call
He escapes from his body walls
Free at last from the violence
Hangs himself in deathly silence.
Where he ends we begin
Bullies won't kill another Singh
Unite as CHILDREN make the change
Don't let things stay the same
We want freedom - no more crime
We want freedom all the time
No more Singhs will die this way
Unite as CHILDREN - fight them today!
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 July 2017 21:03

Becoming a Sikh Chaplain

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If you can answer yes to the majority of questions, please contact us for further details of how you might be able to get involved as a Sikh chaplain.

Are you aged between 18-75?
Are you sufficiently fit to meet the physical and emotional demands of hospital visiting and be able to satisfy occupational health screening?
Are you able to relate warmly and simply in a relaxed manner?
Do you have a good knowledge of the Sikh faith with habits of prayer and public worship. Are you able to speak confidently about your own faith?
Are you open minded and able to be non-judgemental?
Are you able to keep confidentiality and adhere to a code of conduct?

See: http://www.sikhchaplaincy.org.uk/index.php/becoming-a-sikh-chaplain

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 July 2017 21:29

Sikh Welfare Awareness Team

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The Sikh Welfare & Awareness Team (SWAT) is a new charitable organization focusing on creating Substance Awareness, Crime Diversion, and providing the youth with activities and organized event’s to participate in. Its primary function is to establish relationships amongst the youth and to provide education and support to combat the Drug and Alcohol abuse within our Community. SWAT aims to bring together the local Sikh Community and focus on projects which benefit the youth of today.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 29 March 2015 17:14

The Role of Women in the Sikh Faith

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Author: Barjinderpal Kaur Lall

The role of women in the Sikh faith is clearly defined by Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the Guru Granth Sahib (reference p.473):-

  • "In a woman, a man is conceived,
  • From a woman, he is born,
  • With a woman he is betrothed and married,
  • With a woman he contracts friendship,
  • Why denounce her, the on from,
  • Whom ever kings are born,
  • From a woman, a woman is born,
  • None may exist without a woman."
Last Updated on Sunday, 29 March 2015 21:17

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