Employer Number - 13262
Jubilee High School
<h2>The aims of the Curriculum are:</h2>to ensure that all students develop and fulfil their potential;to provide an education which is appropriate to the demands of the 21st century;to encourage our students to adopt a problem solving approach to their studies;to provide an educational framework appropriate to each student's age, ability and aptitude i.e. to meet the needs of all learners;to provide students with the skills to aid their progress into independent, self-motivated learners within a framework of clear expectations and an appropriate code of behaviour;to encourage in those we teach an independence of mind, an enjoyment of learning and confidence in their own potential, sharing and celebrating success and achievement whenever possible;to provide a system of academic tutoring which ensures that every learner's progress is monitored and high expectations are communicated;to enable each student to become a sensible and responsible adult, developing self-esteem, self-discipline and respect for others.
We are a relatively small school with approximately 40 teaching staff. Currently three of these are newly qualified colleagues and we work closely with Surrey's professional development team to provide support and guidance within the Surrey scheme.
Headteacher and staff
Principal- Mr Paul Suchley
Leadership Colleagues Mr Julian Burrows
Mr Richard Woolf
Heads of Learning Mrs Gwyneth Enticott, Miss Emma Eyres, Miss Cathy Scott, Mr Martin Culkeen, Miss Elizabeth Knowles
Core subjects setted from year 7.
Fine setting for core subjects and some options in Years 10-11
All students expected to wear uniform which is of the more formal variety with blazer & tie for all students.
Applied GCSEs in ICT, Leisure and Tourism, Health and Social Care and Science.
"Excellence for all"
Where each individual student is encouraged to do their very best.
Emphasis on praise and positive feedback but with a clearly established Discipline Code used in every teaching area.
Homework is set according to a weekly schedule with Key Stage 3 students doing two subjects per night and Years 10 & 11 producing coursework and homework topics in line with their GCSE requirements.
As a new school we have not yet been blessed with an OFSTED but we do get lots of visitors coming to see our work. These include Surrey LEA colleagues, Representatives from our partner company -Nord Anglia- and DfES officials from the new schools taem.
Extra Curricular Events
There is a wide variety of clubs and activities on offer, including Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, most sports (making good use of our excellent sports facilities) and a breakfast/after school study club.