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Click on the 'Our School' tab for Coronavirus (COVID-19) - IMPORTANT INFORMATION page.

Jubilee Park Academy is a lively, exciting place of learning and has

a growing reputation within the local and educational community.


At Jubilee Park we work hard to raise our children's aspirations and also value the individual achievements of each child.


 All of our staff are dedicated and are passionate about raising standards and improving the life chances of our children. We value each and every member of our school community, treating each other with respect and encouraging all of our staff and children to 'Reach for the Stars!'

Reach, for
the stars

We believe that this mission statement will manifest itself

through the following school aims:

Our Values


We will always treat each other with respect.


We will always be patient, caring and understanding.


We will show others that we are trustworthy.


We will always work collaboratively with others and listen to each other.


We will always tell the truth.

Belief & Perserverance

We will always believe in ourselves and others and try our best!


It is a challenging and uncertain time at present with the COVID-19 outbreak and we want everybody within our school community to help each other in maintaining good physical and emotional wellbeing.



To support during the school closures we will be regularly updating the resources below for pupils, parents and carers to complete at home within this section of our website along with regular ParentMail correspondance.



In addition the speech and language team at Sandwell & West Bromwich NHS Trust have provided some resources for parents regarding speech, communication, routines etc, which can be accessed using their link here.



A Children's Book About Coronavirus.pdf - click to view

Children's Mental Wellbeing - COVID-19 Resource Activity Pack.pdf - click to view

Children's Mental Wellbeing - How to support your child with COVID-19.pdf - click to view

Creative Writing Task - Captain Tom Moore.pdf - click to view

Hints and Tips (about COVID-19) for Young People in Sandwell.pdf - click to view

Home Routine Tips.pdf - click to view

Mathletics - Guidance for Parents.pdf - click to view

Outdoor Learning Challenges.pdf - click to view

Sandwell Council - Road Safety Competition.pdf - click to view

School Closure Online Learning Resources.pdf - click to view

SCSP Online Safety Poster - April '20.PDF - click to view

Y1 Phonic Sounds & Common Exception Words.pdf - click to view

Y2 - What To Include In A Letter.pdf - click to view

Y2 Book Review Template.pdf - click to view

Y2 Phonic Sounds & Common Exceptions.pdf - click to view

Year 5 and Year 6 Statutory Spelling List.pdf - click to view


The below documents have been created to support parents and carers with organising a purposeful home learning environment for their child.


Please read over these documents carefully:


CEOs Blog - 26th Feb 2021.pdf - click to view

E-Safety Poster - Spring '21.pdf - click to view

Guide - How to access Wi-Fi settings for Home Learning.pdf - click to view

Guide - How to connect an Internet Dongle.pdf - click to view

Home Learning - Pupil & Parent Expectations.pdf - click to view

Home Learning Policy.pdf - click to view

Home Learning Risk Assessment - Oct '20.pdf - click to view

How To Access Microsoft Teams for Live Lessons & Assignments.pdf - click to view

How to access Seesaw from Home.pdf - click to view

How to login to school laptops.pdf - click to view

National Online Safety - A Parents Guide To Internet Controls.pdf - click to view

Remote Learning Plan - January '21.pdf - click to view

Seesaw Tools, Names & Functions.pdf - click to view

At Jubilee Park Academy we respect and value the fundamental British values of democracy and ensure the views and opinions of our pupils are expressed.



At the beginning of each academic year all pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 are invited to stand as School Council representatives through a democratic vote by their peers.  Elected peers then form our School Council, who in turn vote for their Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary.



The School Council meets every 6 weeks to discuss issues raised by the children and ideas they have thought of to help improve our school further.  They will liaise directly with senior members of our leadership team, which includes school governors.



One of the aims for this academic year is that they will regularly invite guest speakers to visit the school to discuss the wider concerns and worries our pupils may have within our local community.



Here at Jubilee Park Academy we endeavour to promote the value of individual’s views and opinions together with promoting independence in listening to the ‘voice’ of all our pupils.