Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee School

Type Special School
Age Range 4-19
Religion Does not apply
Address Kennet Road
London
W9 3LG
Phone 02076415825
Reference Number 101184

Description

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Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee School (QEII Jubilee School) is a specialist school located in St John's Wood, London, at the postcode W9 3LG. Founded to provide high-quality education and support for children with complex and severe learning difficulties and disabilities, this establishment caters to pupils between the ages of 2 and 19.

Key points about QEII Jubilee School include:

  • Inclusive Environment: While the majority of students have speech, language, and communication needs, the school also cares for those with cognitive, sensory, and social needs.
  • Broad Curriculum: Students at QEII Jubilee School benefit from a wide curriculum available at different levels both within and beyond the National Curriculum.
  • Dedicated Staff: The school has specialist teams experienced in working with pupils who have severe, profound, and complex learning needs.
  • Community Relations: Commitment to partnerships is demonstrated through effective collaborations with local schools and through work with the Camden Teaching School Alliance.
  • Unique Approach: The school's philosophy is to approach student learning through Positive Behavior Supports alongside more typical education, therapy, and intensive intervention.

The school prides itself on providing an exceptional, personalized learning experience to ensure the best possible outcomes for its pupils. QEII Jubilee School has high expectations of its students and aims to develop independent learners and members of society within a safe and nurturing environment. Through its commitment to continued development, collaboration, and innovation, it is widely praised for its outstanding performance and ability to produce excellent academic achievements.

General Makeup

Number of pupils 78
Boy/Girl ratio Boys: 50%
Girls: 50%

Year Groups

Year Number of pupils
1 3
2 1
3 4
4 2
5 5
6 8
7 6
8 9
9 13
10 10
11 8
12 2
13 0

Ofsted Rating Good
Last Inspection Date 2023-01-19
Date Description Report
2022-11-22 School inspection School inspection
2017-05-03 Short inspection Short inspection
2013-10-01 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2010-11-30 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2008-03-19 Full inspection: Full inspection:
2004-10-11 Full inspection Full inspection

How many students meet the standards

Reading, Writing & Maths School Score Percentile (local) Percentile (nationwide)
Pupils meeting the expected standard 0% Upgrade Upgrade
Pupils meeting a higher standard 0% Upgrade Upgrade

Progress Scores

A progress score is a way to measure how well a student progressed in comparison to other students of a similar starting ability. A score of zero means would mean that a student made the same progress as others that had a similar starting a ability. A positive score would mean that the student made more progress than other students of similar starting ability. The scores below are for the whole school so is the average progress score across all students.

Metric School Score Percentile (local) Percentile (nationwide)
Reading -9 Upgrade Upgrade
Writing -9 Upgrade Upgrade
Maths -9.2 Upgrade Upgrade

How many students meet the standards

Progress Scores

A progress score is a way to measure how well a student progressed in comparison to other students of a similar starting ability. A score of zero means would mean that a student made the same progress as others that had a similar starting a ability. A positive score would mean that the student made more progress than other students of similar starting ability. The scores below are for the whole school so is the average progress score across all students.

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GCSE Attainment

Attainment 8 score percentile

Students getting 5 or more GCSE's at grade 9-4 (A-C)

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