Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall also known as SGSSS. SGSSS is the largest Gurdwara outside India, it established in 1950s.
The Havelock Road site was purchased in 1967. The dairy was transformed into the Gurdwara in a matter of weeks. In April 1967, Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall emerged as the leading Gurdwara in Europe.
29 November 1997 saw Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall move to the Park Avenue site. The reason for that was a new building was build for the Gurdwara which remark the biggest Gurdwara outside India.
On 30th March 2003 Havelock Road, Gurdwara site was inaugurated by HRH Prince of Wales – Prince Charles. Since then many dignitaries such as Former Prime
Minister Rt Hon Tony Blair, Archbishop of Canterbury and the leaders of all the Political Parties have visited the Gurdwara.
Khalsa Primary School
In a bid to improve and advance the education of Sikh pupils, the Gurdwara set up a brand new Sikh school – the ‘Khalsa School’. This school caters for children of Sikh parents as well as other faiths. The school is located at Norwood Hall, Tentelow Lane, Southall and was purchased for £2.8 million from Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College.
Khalsa Primary is a new Sikh faith school which opened in 2009 and we moved to our brand new, purpose built building in 2010. The school is set in beautiful surroundings and has excellent facilities.
We are a two form entry primary school in the London Borough of Ealing and currently we have children in Nursery, Reception, Years 1,2, 3, 4 and 5. We will be opening two new classes for Year 6 in September 2015. The school will reach full capacity in 2015 -16.