For harvest this year Jubilee are collecting food for our local food bank. They are in desperate need of tinned food, cereal and toiletries. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. Our lovely team captains will be collecting the donations every morning this week.
A reminder to all year 6 parents, the deadline for secondary school applications is the 31st October 2017.
If you are having any problems or have any questions about filling out the online form please contact Mr Crockett, and he will be happy to help.
Welcome to Jubilee Primary School
We are proud to serve the local community and see ourselves as an important part of it. We welcome children of all backgrounds and work together with our children’s families to achieve the very best for each child. We believe we are all learners for life, adults and children alike and we try to instil this in our pupils. Our aim is to nurture; keen learners, confident resilient individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens. Our staff know their pupils well, have the highest expectations for them and strive for every child to fulfil their potential. Our pupils are motivated, ambitious and enjoy their learning and we ensure their endeavours and successes are celebrated.
I am proud to be Headteacher of Jubilee and look forward to welcoming you to our fantastic school.
Jubilee is a friendly supportive primary school where all members of the school treat each other with politeness and respect.
"Teaching, learning and assessment are good. Teachers plan lessons which motivate pupils and meet their needs."
"Pupils behave well. They are respectful and polite. They benefit from the trust invested in them and take on roles and responsibilities within the school."
"Pupils who have special educational needs and/ or disabilities benefit from good provision which meets their individual needs."
"This is a happy, caring school community where pupils are kept safe and are looked after extremely well."
"Pupils that are currently in the school are making good progress in reading, writing and maths ."
"Children in the early years thrive as a result of good-quality provision and strong teaching"