We are committed to providing a happy, welcoming and motivating learning environment where students enjoy their learning experiences and are encouraged to achieve their potential.
We provide a stable and caring environment combined with high staff to student ratios to ensure that every student at Jubilee School has the opportunity to develop their abilities, share new experiences and be supported in realising their future dreams.
Jubilee School opened in October 2006 and provides highly effective education, therapy, welfare and support for both boys and girls aged from 5 to 16 years who have social, emotional and mental health difficulties as well as other complex needs.
Typically students will present with behaviour that challenges, some will have associated learning difficulties and almost all children will have encountered negative educational experiences or disruption, and consequently lack confidence in their own abilities.
Students may come from local families or foster placements and many of our students reside in one of the local children’s homes offered by Acorn Education.
As well as being a Department for Education registered Independent School, Jubilee School also takes pupils from the four residential homes; Beachlands, Hayling Island, Denmead and Poppy Lodge.
- Promote a culture in which students feel safe, secure and have a voice.
- Foster a positive ethos to enhance students’ self-esteem by celebrating success and progress.
- Provide a high level of support where interest is taken in each students’ well-being.
- Provide appropriate behaviour support, specialist and therapeutic intervention.
- Set boundaries and expectations so students learn to take responsibility for themselves and their actions.
- Provide an enjoyable, relevant curriculum that addresses individual student needs.
- Ensure that the principles of Every Child Matters underpin our practice.
- Offer opportunities that broaden horizons and lead to national accreditations and certified awards.
- Maintain positive working relationships with all partners and stakeholders
- Actively promote students’ participation in the local community.
- Value and support all members of the school community.
- Empower all staff to accept shared responsibility for the students in our care.
Our vision is to help children in these key areas:
RESPECT Learning to respect ourselves, others and the environment.
EMPOWER Striving to become confident individuals who are independent, emotionally resilient and are equipped with leadership skills for the future.
ACHIEVE To succeed beyond previous expectation, to become responsible citizens and life-long learners.