Welcome to Oshwal Gujarati Schools

Dear Parents,

Good news! After two difficult years, we are pleased to inform you that our Gujarati schools have returned to in-person teaching.

About our schools
We have four OAUK Gujarati schools which are run by South Area, West Area, North West Area and North Area. They run on Saturday mornings, except for West area school which runs on Friday evenings. Enrolment is open to all children aged 4 to 16.

Children at our schools learn Gujarati language and culture in an enjoyable way through fun, creativity, music, and interaction.  For those who wish to excel, we are also pleased to offer teaching to GSCE level where we have a high success rate in achieving the top grades. In keeping with our constitution, the teaching of Jain principles and festivals runs throughout our syllabus. In addition, most of our schools offer extra-curricular classes and cultural activities to enhance children’s sense of identity, personal development and wellbeing. These may include dance, yoga, tabla and singing lessons (subject to availability).

For full details, please see school flyers.

Registration
OAUK is an inclusive organisation so registration at all our schools is open to both OAUK members as well as non-members. The new term will start in September 2023, so don’t delay! Register your child now using the link below.

Application form:  CLICK HERE

Please note, by registering your child, you are giving permission for photographs and videos taken during school activities or school events (in which your child may feature) to be used in official OAUK social media channels, OAUK website and the Oshwal News magazine for the purposes of promoting the work of the School. This is in accordance with our event T&Cs If you have any concerns about this, please contact the school Head Teacher or Area Education lead.

Why learning Gujarati is still relevant today and how it can contribute to your child’s happiness and future success:

  • Language plays a key role in developing your child’s personal, social, and cultural identity.
  • Language and culture are interconnected.
  • Children with a good foundation in their mother tongue and culture often display a deeper understanding of themselves and their place within society.
  • This leads to an increased sense of confidence and wellbeing.
  • Naturally, this flows down into every aspect of their lives, including their academic achievement, resilience, and success in later life.

Rajvee Punatar
Education Chair and EC Trustee

Meet the Team

Rajvee Punatar
Education Chair & EC Trustee
rajvee.punatar@oshwal.org
North
Anila H. Shah
anila.h.shah@oshwal.org
North West
Sonal R. Shah
education-nw@oshwal.org
South
Dr. Kalpna Shah
ogssouth@oshwal.org
West
Mahesh V. Shah
mahesh.v.shah@oshwal.org

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