As of Monday 23rd March The Jubilee Academy will be closed to all students apart from those who are vulnerable and have key worker families. The full list of key workers can be found here.
Message from the Prime Minister to School Leavers
If you fall into one of these categories or your child has a social worker, please contact our Attendance Officer, Miss Dowling to let us know that your child will be attending school. Please call 0203 096 1221
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Students who are not in school are to remain at home and follow the school day timetable as much as possible. Home learning packs are set up for students via 'Student App' which parents can view on Parent App. This will be regularly updated. All pupils do have passwords and have been made familiar with this system. Home learning packs have also been provided for the small number of pupils who do not have access to these resources. Students will be able to upload their completed work onto homework app and email the departments for support.
Parent and Student expectations during this time can be found at the bottom of this page
If you are having difficulties accessing any of the School’s provided ICT services, please email:
If you have a safeguarding concern, please email:
All other concerns, please email:
Thank you once again for your support, patience and understanding in these exceptional circumstances. Once more we urge that you follow government guidance and to check your child for symptoms including a temperature of 37.8⁰C (100⁰F) or a “new, continuous cough” before sending them into school. Our thoughts are with all members of the school community, their families, friends, and loved ones in these most challenging times.
The Latest letters from school can be found here, Parental Letters
For the latest local information on Coronavirus, including support for residents, via Harrow Council website. Click here
For a collection of safe, local offers and commissioned provision for children and young people, via Young Harrow Foundation. Click here
For guidance for parents and carers of children attending out-of-school settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, click here
For information regarding what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term, please click here
support residents who are unable to access food supplies. https://helpharrow.org/
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