Establishment Our Lady's Catholic Primary School

URN: 103449

Voluntary aided school

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East Meadway, Tile Cross, Birmingham, West Midlands, B33 0AU
Local authority:
Birmingham (330)
Headteacher / Principal:
Miss Vivien McDonald
Phase of education:
School type:
Voluntary aided school
Gender of entry:
URN: 103449, DfE number: 330/3357
UKPRN: 10079466
Establishment status:
Open, but proposed to close
Admissions policy:
Not applicable
Ofsted rating:
Good (Last inspection: 12 February 2020)
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Religious character:
Roman Catholic
Archdiocese of Birmingham
No boarders
Nursery provision:
No Nursery Classes
Official sixth form:
Not applicable
Number of pupils:
Open date:
Reason establishment opened:
Not recorded
Not applicable
Closed date:
Reason establishment closed:
31 March 2021
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Special classes:
No Special Classes
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Date last changed / confirmed:
23 October 2020
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Type of resourced provision:
Not applicable
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Chair of governors

Chair of governors
Name Appointed by From To
Harold Hands Appointed by GB/board 10 January 2018 9 January 2022


Name Appointed by From To
Jackie McCorriston Appointed by GB/board 29 April 2002 31 December 2100
Vivien McDonald Appointed by GB/board 1 September 2017 31 December 2100
Matt Sparling Appointed by GB/board 26 November 2019 25 November 2023
Julie Pass Appointed by GB/board 21 January 2019 20 January 2023
Andrew Ferris Appointed by GB/board 12 April 2018 11 April 2022
Suzanne Nightingale Appointed by GB/board 15 March 2018 14 March 2022
Mary Johnson Appointed by GB/board 31 October 2017 30 October 2021
Sarah Cahill Appointed by GB/board 4 October 2017 3 October 2021

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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Mary Moroney-Barnett Governor Appointed by foundation/Trust 8 November 2016 7 November 2020
Michelle Grantham Governor Appointed by GB/board 23 September 2016 22 September 2020
Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region:
West Midlands
Government office region (GOR):
West Midlands
Glebe Farm & Tile Cross
Parliamentary constituency:
Birmingham, Hodge Hill
Urban/rural description:
(England/Wales) Urban major conurbation
Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code:
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Middle super output area (MSOA):
Birmingham 057
Lower super output area (LSOA):
Birmingham 057D

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