We understand that families are the foundation of communities and play a critical role in the wellbeing of all family members. Families can only thrive if they are connected to, are valued by and have a sense of belonging in their own communities.
We have therefore provided information below of how to access support that will strength your own and your families wellbeing.
We inspire our pupils to become confident individuals who take ownership of their learning and development through:
* HERO attendance
* House Teams
* School Council
* Safeguarding Council
* School buddies
Health & Wellbeing
At our school, we aim to promote positive mental health and well-being for our pupils, parents / carers and staff. We pursue this aim using both universal whole school approaches and specialised targeted approaches.
The school can provide the following specialised support:
* Nurture provision including Lego therapy
* Focused special needs provision within the MAT ‘Rainbow room
* Counselling sessions
* Focused 1:1 or small group interventions
Parent Support Advisor
Mrs C Green (PSA) is available, through direct contact via our school office plus is regularly available on the playgrounds at peak drop off and collection times. She remains on hand to discuss any adult learning opportunities, services you may require and general advice.
Her work involves providing a number of learning opportunities and events for our parents and the wider local community. Courses and events we run are held on site and at partner locations in the Tipton area.
She works closely with a number of services to manage local learning opportunities, community events and maximise the facilities available to you in the area. Most activities are offered free of charge and crèche facilities will be provided (according to the number of adults involved and the need).
At present there are a number of parent workshops, parent pop-ins and courses running in our school. These can be found on the school diary.
Healthy food choices are important to a child's physical and mental development.
Change4Life have some excellent information and resources on their website, which helps pupils and parents to become more knowledgeable about the benefits of eating a balanced and broad diet, whilst also highlighting the health issues caused by making poor dietary choices.
Visit their website at: https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/food-facts
These websites also provide some excellent information on portion sizes and healthy eating choices:
At Jubilee Park Academy we value the contributions that parents and carers make to the school and offer many opportunities to get involved.
Most parents/carers/families need support from time to time. We hope as a school community, we can offer support, advice and guidance to assist families if requested.
We have a school based family support worker, who work with families on a variety of different issues ranging from behaviour management advice to safeguarding concerns. We work closely with other agencies, such as housing and have good links to local community groups.
We run a 'pop in and see us' session on Monday and Friday afternoons. If you have any concerns or require any advice please ask the reception for an appointment.
There are many agencies which offer a wide range of support for families and some useful links are listed below:
We have a designated Nurture facility, which has been successful running in the school for over 6 years. Nurture is an important support mechanism for many of our children and allows for the social and emotional needs of pupils to be targeted and developed in a purposeful environment. We use Boxall Assessments to set individualised targets and track progress against these.?
At Jubilee Park Academy it is our vision that all children are entitled to develop to their fullest potential academically, socially and emotionally. We encourage our pupils to be healthy individuals, enabling each child to grow in confidence and be able to fully participate in the wider community with confidence.