As part of World Religions Week, Sixth Form students had the opportunity to visit the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Walsall.

Students enjoyed a guided tour of the building, examined artefacts whilst learning about their significance, before engaging in a Q&A session to learn more about the role of the Gurdwara and its place in the community.

Finally, the students received a gifted a traditional free vegetarian meal in the Langar as part of the friendly welcome they received.

Zinni Wright, One of the Y12 RE class, said: “The food was delicious and our hosts were incredibly kind and generous.”

Matt Allman, Headteacher, added: “We are very grateful to those at the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple who welcomed our students to their place of worship and for teaching them about their religion and worship. These sort of practical experiences really help consolidate classroom learning so the visit has been incredibly valuable.”