Tuesday 5th July may be disrupted by strike action from members of the NUT. Details of classes closed will be displayed here.
OFSTED GOOD SCHOOL
On the 10th and 11th May our school was inspected by Ofsted. We were judged to be Good in every area of the inspection.
Governors of the school are delighted that Ofsted have confirmed what has been our view for some time – that Jubilee Wood is a Good school. This report is testimony to all of the hard work and commitment of the headteacher, the senior team, all of the staff and most importantly the children have put in since the school was opened in 2012. All of our pupils make exceptional progress at Jubilee Wood, and we are so proud of their efforts and achievements.
2016 is proving to be an exciting year for the school. Our junior school moves into its fabulous new buildings after half term, and all of the older buildings are being extensively refurbished. In September we create our new Nursery ready to be opened in January 2017. At the very heart of the Oldbrook and Fishermead community, Jubilee Wood is an exciting, diverse and inclusive place to be.
David Giles Chair of Governors
Latest School Events
- Transition Day01Jul2016
@ Whole School
Children join their new teacher ready for September!
- Possible Strike Action Today by members of the NUT05Jul2016
@ Both sites
If teachers are on strike then classes may be sent home. Wait for details by text.
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Jubilee Wood gains award!
We are delighted to have been awarded the Restorative Climate Mark in 2016 by The Restorative Foundation.
Using restorative justice and teaching children how to build a strong and responsible community is important to our school. The two assessors were delighted with the work we do here at Jubilee Wood to promote strong restorative practice. They were particularly impressed by the work of our Y6 Pupil Leaders.
To find out about our Behaviour Policy click on the Jubilee Wood Jigsaw below
Head Lice in schools
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