We will be hosting reception open mornings from 9:30 - 11, with a head teacher presentation on:
Welcome to Jubilee Primary School
Welcome to Jubilee Primary School, a vibrant, fun-filled, caring and supportive school where the development, happiness and well-being of our pupils is at the heart of everything we do.
Our hard working and dedicated staff team are committed to delivering a curriculum that stimulates, challenges and inspires all of our pupils. We have developed a mastery based approach to the teaching of maths and reading and we use high quality texts as inspiration for our writing. This has led to fantastic results in both Key Stage 1 and 2. We use the International Primary Curriculum to deliver exciting, meaningful lessons where pupils are able to learn a broad range of subjects and skills and gain an understanding of how their learning relates to the world in which they live. We have the highest expectations of our pupils and all members of our school strive to be the best that they can be.
Music is a key part of our curriculum- through our partnership with London Music Masters all children are given the opportunity to learn a tuned instrument and we are extremely proud of our infant and junior school choirs. As a Rights Respecting school, the UNICEF Rights of the Child forms a basis to model respect for all and this permeates through all of our work. We are proud of our green spaces and offer a host of enrichment opportunities through clubs, trips, competitions and performances.
Please continue to explore our website or come and visit us to find out more about our work. Jubilee really is a special place.
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"