Jubilee has maintained its high standards since it was classified as an outstanding school by Ofsted (see below). That last inspection was in 2007 – Ofsted’s general policy has been not to inspect outstanding schools unless they have reason to believe that standards have fallen, although its inspectors can call at any time. In the thirteen years since the inspection, Jubilee has not been troubled by poor results or complaints, which are the two most likely triggers of sudden inspections.
Ofsted Report 2007
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The school’s Year 6 results in 2019 were excellent – see our Results page for more information
The School Improvement Partner, who is appointed by the local authority to evaluate the school’s progress, made the following comments in his report in June 2019. He said the following about the school:
“School leaders plan appropriately to make improvements and sustain strengths over time.”
“There is a strong sense of accountability that is shared by all”
“Literacy is a strength for the school and the progress evidenced in pupils’ writing books is rapid and sustained.”