Curriculum Statement

Curriculum Aim

At Jubilee High School, we aim to offer a broad, balanced and bespoke curriculum. Students will experience a range of subjects and opportunities, where emphasis is placed on the development of knowledge, balanced with skills. Our curriculum ensures students will have a bespoke personalised pathway which allows ALL to flourish. There is a real breadth of courses across the curriculum, addressing the needs of all groups of students - a very strong traditional academic offer, balanced with specific vocational and alternative courses.

Our curriculum aims to create lifelong learners who will be resilient, open-minded, aspirational and reflective and who will, not only be prepared for their final examinations, but also be ready to take on any challenges in life beyond Jubilee High School. The curriculum is constantly reviewed and developed to not only meet the needs and strengths of our students, but to also provide rich opportunities for them to develop a range of skills and enjoy memorable school experiences.

Curriculum Intent

  • Creates an aspirational, high achievement culture to enable our students to make ambitious choices post-16.
  • Challenges stereotypes regarding what our students are capable of achieving.
  • Considers individual needs and learning styles.
  • Give self-confidence and respect and allows everyone to experience success.
  • Improves rates of progress and raises standards of attainment.
  • Secures fundamental skills of learning in terms of literacy and numeracy.
  • Empowers our learners to value their education.
  • Allows students to experience a broad, balanced and bespoke curriculum.
  • Establishes strong behaviour for learning principles.
  • Supports student’s social, moral, spiritual and cultural development as well as understanding of British Values.

Curriculum Implementation

  • Delivery is through our EILAT mantra of quality first teaching, learning support, advice and guidance, coaching, mentoring, peer and collaborative learning, feedback and assessment, personal development planning and tutoring, skills development and practice, and access to resources.
  • Each department plans, delivers and reviews its curriculum.
  • Understanding each other’s curriculum is a key part of staff training.
  • Curriculum delivery focuses on challenge and lifelong learning.
  • Challenge and questioning are strong features of lessons.
  • The curriculum gradually builds the learning experience for students.
  • Extra-curricular opportunities and voluntary work are integral to the whole curriculum offer.

Curriculum Impact

  • The curriculum is at the centre of what we do as a school along with our EILAT mantra. It is at the centre of our ethos and professional development.
  • It has raised aspiration, challenge and student confidence.
  • It has improved behaviour for learning.
  • It is broadening understanding and intellectual capacity of students.
  • It has improved reading, writing and numeracy.
  • It has improved outcomes for different sub-groups of students.
  • Subject leaders are making intelligent use of data assessment to inform curriculum design.
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