Establishment St Mark's Catholic Primary School

URN: 103468

Voluntary aided school

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Address
Almond Croft, Old Walsall Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, West Midlands, B42 1NU
Local authority
Birmingham (330)
Headteacher / Principal
Mrs Danielle Linley
Phase of education
Primary
School type
Voluntary aided school
Gender of entry
Mixed
ID
URN: 103468, DfE number: 330/3383
UKPRN: 10079453
Establishment status
Open
Admissions policy
Not applicable
Telephone
01213579892
Ofsted rating
Outstanding (Last inspection: 4 July 2012)
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Religious character
Roman Catholic
Diocese
Archdiocese of Birmingham
Boarders
No boarders
Nursery provision
No Nursery Classes
Official sixth form
Not applicable
Number of pupils
209
Open date
Not recorded
Reason establishment opened
Not applicable
Closed date
Not recorded
Reason establishment closed
Not applicable
Special classes
No Special Classes
Percentage of children eligible for free school meals Help with percentage of children eligible for free school meals field Opens a dialog
27.3%
Date last changed / confirmed
2 September 2021
Type of SEN provision
Type of resourced provision
Not recorded
Resourced provision number on roll
Resourced provision capacity
Special Educational Needs (SEN) unit number on roll
Special Educational Needs (SEN) unit capacity
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Chair of governors

Chair of governors
Name Appointed by From To
Marie Naughton Naughton Appointed by academy members 31 August 2020 30 August 2024

Governors

Governors
Name Appointed by From To
Chantel Brooks Elected by parents 22 March 2021 21 March 2025
Shahida Aslam Aslam Appointed by GB/board 24 January 2020 26 January 2024
Payal Gordhan Appointed by GB/board 21 May 2019 20 May 2023
Andrew Ferris Appointed by GB/board 27 March 2019 26 March 2023
Danielle Nicole Linley Appointed by GB/board 1 September 2018 2 September 2022
Kieran Meena Kataria Appointed by LA 6 June 2018 5 June 2022

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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Aquila Patricia Elizabeth Picart Governor Appointed by GB/board 13 September 2017 14 September 2021
Leon Jeremy Victor Tambling Governor Elected by parents 21 May 2019 1 March 2021
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Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region
West Midlands
Government office region (GOR)
West Midlands
District
Birmingham
Ward
Perry Barr
Parliamentary constituency
Birmingham, Perry Barr
Urban/rural description
(England/Wales) Urban major conurbation
Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code
E08000025
Easting
404939
Northing
292961
Census ward
Unknown
Middle super output area (MSOA)
Birmingham 024
Lower super output area (LSOA)
Birmingham 024A
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