Welcome to Jubilee
The children are at the heart of everything we do at Jubilee. They are happy, creative and achieving well academically. Each child is encouraged to learn to the best of their abilities whilst having fun along the way – developing confidence through music, singing, drama and art, enjoying sport and the camaraderie it brings, understanding nature by exploring our wildlife area and learning positive human values by caring for each other.
The academic curriculum offers challenge through innovative teaching and projects, which focuses on developing the talents of each child.
Visitors to Jubilee often remark on the the calm, caring and confident children they meet in our classes, halls and playgrounds and the exciting range of learning taking place.
We hope that you find the information you are looking for on our website and invite you to visit our school and truly appreciate the warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Mrs Norma Hewins
Autumn term 2019
End of term - Thursday 19 December 2019, 2pm
Spring Term 2020
Start - Tuesday 7 January 2020
Half Term - Monday 17 - Friday 21 February 2020
End of term - Friday 3 April 2020, 2pm
Summer Term 2020
Start - Monday 20 April 2020
Bank Holiday – Friday 8 May 2020
Half Term - Monday 25 - Friday 29 May 2020
End of term – Friday 17 July 2020, 2pm
More dates can be found on our calendar.
Did you know that you can raise funds for Jubilee Primary by simply shopping online? If you register with Easy Fundraising and go via their website/app to do your online shopping, the school will receive a donation from the retailer. There are thousands of retailers on board including Amazon, John Lewis, Sainsburys, Argos, British Airways, booking.com and so many more.
It really is incredibly simple so please sign up, do a food shop, buy some Christmas presents or even just buy your train tickets via Easyfundraising and help us raise money for our wonderful school.
This is the website. You can also find the app in your phone's app store if you mainly use your phone to shop.
And this is a YouTube video that explains how it works: