Motto: Together we will succeed
The curriculum at Jubilee Academy is designed to provide a broad and balanced education that meets the needs of all children but goes above the expectations of the National Curriculum by providing an exciting enriching curriculum. It provides opportunities for children to develop as independent, confident and successful learners, with high aspirations, who know how to make a positive contribution to their community and the wider society.
The curriculum has been designed to ensure academic success, creativity and enjoyment whilst also developing the learner as a confident, empathetic unique individual. We have a clear focus that the whole child is also about developing physical development, well-being and mental health whilst promoting a positive attitude to learning. The curriculum is supported by, a wealth of hands-on experiences and educational visits, underpinned by key outcomes.
We endeavour to build strong links with parents as we value their input as partners to enhancing their child’s education aiming to actively engage them in both their child’s learning and wider Academy life.
The curriculum is responsive to, and celebrates the diversity and utilises the skills, knowledge and cultural wealth of the community while supporting the children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, ensuring that children are well prepared for life in modern Britain.
At Jubilee Academy, we use the ‘Cornerstones’ programme to support the delivery of our teaching and learning of the wider curriculum. Our ‘Jubilee Journey is well-planned, coherent curriculum which focuses on developing the children’s wide range of knowledge, skills and understanding in a clear progressive way.
We aim to have high expectations of our children to work hard and demonstrate positive learning behaviours to maximise their individual learning potential. SMSC and Cultural Capital are ‘golden threads’ which we aim to include at the heart of the curriculum we deliver, to closely meet the needs of our pupils.
We offer a wide range of enrichment opportunities and educational visits which are carefully chosen and planned to deepen understanding and to enhance hands-on, exciting and engaging learning experiences. Children from across the school have access to a wide range of extra-curricular activities in both sport, music and the creative and performing arts. Continuing Professional Development for all staff is currently a priority to ensure they have the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver the highest standards across the entire curriculum. Subject Leaders are becoming increasingly expert in playing a pivotal role in both the design and delivery of their subject area; ensuring a clear progression of both skills and knowledge across all year groups. They aim to articulate how learning is re-visited and developed year-on-year, to ensure a real depth of learning right across the school.
Some subjects (Music, Computing, French, PSHE, PE and RE) are taught outside of these projects but teachers make cross curricular links with these where possible. Class timetables are organised so that there is adequate time given to all curriculum subjects.
Schemes of Work:
Children’s work books
All wider curriculum subjects are presented in their curriculum books or in the case of RE and PSHE a class floor book. History, Geography, Science, French, Art and Design will be presented in journey books that will stay with children through school to show the progression of skills and knowledge that has been learnt.