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Falcons Primary School


The school opened in October 2014 to reception and year one children in newly refurbished buildings at Gipsy Lane, Leicester.  The Sikh ethos school opened under the Governments Free Schools programme and will provide for Leicester children from all backgrounds with at least 50% of places available for non-Sikh children. The website aims to give you an insight into some of the work that goes on in our school and the quality education we deliver to the children. We want our children to enjoy their time at Falcons and to be successful in whatever way they can.

At Falcons Primary we emphasises the need to work as a team in a caring, safe and friendly environment. Falcons Primary school has been driven by a community group with a clear vision which will nurture creative and outstanding individuals to realise their full potential, academically, socially, physically and spiritually.

We see our school contributing towards the fostering of shared values, community cohesion and well being within society at large. Currently the Sikh faith is not represented in the Leicester ‘family of schools’ and parents who wish their children to have an education in a faith environment and are at a disadvantage as spaces available for them are far and few.

Falcons’ Primary School will be a two form entry – non-selective community primary school offering places to 420 learners when at full capacity, aged 4-11 underpinned by our universal Vision, Values and Virtues derived from the Sikh faith.  Our specialism is Physical Literacy which will help improve longer-term prospects and life chances.

We place a great deal of emphasis on our relationship with our parents and believe that children learn best when home and school work together for their benefit. We hope this website gives you a taste of what our school has to offer, however please phone the school office to make arrangements to visit, as the reality is even better!  

We very much look forward to working with you and your child.

Jasbir Mann