Establishment St Mary and St John Junior and Infant School

URN: 103442

Voluntary aided school

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Beaufort Road, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, B23 7NB
Local authority:
Birmingham (330)
Mrs Mary Lynch
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3 to 11
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School type:
Voluntary aided school
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URN: 103442, DfE number: 330/3350
UKPRN: 10065809
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Ofsted rating:
Special Measures (Last inspection: 05 April 2017)
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Religious character:
Roman Catholic
Archdiocese of Birmingham
No boarders
Nursery provision:
Has Nursery Classes
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For Academy
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No Special Classes
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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Glyndwr Jones Governor Elected by parents 30/10/2017 30/10/2018
Helen Vernalls Governor Elected by school staff 02/10/2017 30/10/2018
John Farrell Governor Foundation/sponsor members 06/10/2016 30/10/2018
Malcolm Oliver Governor Elected by parents 11/12/2017 30/10/2018
Mary C Keelan Chair of governors Foundation/sponsor members 09/12/2014 30/10/2018
Mary Lynch Governor Ex-officio by virtue of office as headteacher/principal 01/09/2017 30/10/2018
Matthew Emery Governor Foundation/sponsor members 03/10/2017 30/10/2018
Patrick Kevin Joyce Governor Foundation/sponsor members 02/09/2018 30/10/2018
Sarah Reid Governor Foundation/sponsor members 13/02/2018 30/10/2018
Seamus O'Donnell Governor Foundation/sponsor members 13/02/2015 30/10/2018
Toni Costello Governor Foundation/sponsor members 16/02/2016 30/10/2018
Vikash Mohan Governor Nominated by LA and appointed by GB 14/12/2016 30/10/2018
RSC Region:
West Midlands
Government Office Region:
West Midlands
Parliamentary Constituency:
Birmingham, Erdington
Urban/Rural Description:
Urban major conurbation
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Middle Super Output Area (MSOA):
Birmingham 031
Lower Super Output Area (LSOA):
Birmingham 031I

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