We aim to teach pupils through a stimulating curriculum enabling discovery and development of individual talents. By promoting self worth and creative thinking, students can become independent learners and motivated to achieve their best.
Jubilee House isn't just about academic achievements; (although we do achieve great results) it's about developing the child holistically so that when they leave school they can enter society as confident and capable young people.
Jubilee House Christian School takes Peter Slade's 'Every Child Matters' ethos and applies biblical principles to create a living and giving 360 degree curriculum. After all, as far as God is concerned 'every child really does matter.'
The teaching team consists of talented and dedicated members of staff, all of whom are specialists in their field. The teaching team consider it an honour to be part of this incredible work.
Headteacher Jayne Marks, and Heads of Alternative Provision Julie Cousins (founders of the school) and Karl Clay are very excited about what the future holds for the school and trusting God for a great year ahead.
"Our aim is to work together as a school family of parents, students and staff encouraging respect for each other, learning about and appreciating everyone' s unique God given gifts and talents. We will ensure that all areas of the National Curriculum are available to all students regardless of ability, age, creed, sex, colour, ethnic origin, or religion.
We want to prepare students to take their place in the world with confidence, energy and enthusiasm; caring about and being active within, their local and worldwide communities. We will constantly strive to provide an atmosphere of acceptance and love for every individual. We want each child to recognise their value in God's eyes, to inspire and encourage them on their educational journey.
We will provide the children with a broad and balanced curriculum, aiming for the highest academic standards as well as developing life skills and interests, which will enable the students to meet their full potential."