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    • After 24 years of school I’ve graduated from residency and become a family doctor. http://pgsikhyouth.blogspot.com/2020/06/im-done.html?m=1
    • Didn't they fail in the one area that was a basic requirement, safeguarding children, of course they'll deny it and pull the "but we're Sikh and so are you so you should believe us and not ofsted" guilt trip, what's important is the education and safety of the children, if you're not providing that then it doesn't matter what kind of school you are, you've failed. I've never understood the hate against Nishkam Trust, I've got plenty of friends who's children go to their schools and are really happy, they were put forward to take over a school in Coventry and there was loads of hate there as well, the idea that it is a non-Sikh trust is ridiculous, oh well, each to their own.
    • my Daughter is at  Atam Academy School and the person who is CEO of Khalsa Academies trust Nick Sahota is doing gurdwara style politics with the schools in his care (pretty disgusting really) . This whole issue is about one man's greed as opposed the welfare of the school children . Basically Nishkam Sewa trust wanted to take the school over but this guy blocked it by misrepresenting to sangat and parents that this school is going to be a nonsikh school but the authorities are stressing that the ethos of school will remain untouched . He told so many fibs about the situation but it is clear that the kids will be better served by Nishkam trust
    • Well our real culture is from Sikh writings, and if we read CP, it does all it can to make you dismiss the fairytale representations and grounds us in gritty reality. Breaking down the misrepresentations with a healthy dose of reality is the only cure. Otherwise we are just conditioning ourselves with false expectations - that crumble when reality is met.    It's usually closeted/sheltered or unrealistically idealistic people who expect others to behave in some idealised fashion. Any sort of time spent with people without your blinkers on will tell you that that things are infinitely more complex and even darker than that. Human nature isn't simple - and females will openly admit that female psyches are 'complicated'.  
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