Establishment St Martin's Catholic Primary School

URN: 110038

Voluntary aided school

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Address:
Pendennis Avenue, Caversham Park Village, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 6SS
Local authority:
Reading (870)
Headteacher / Principal:
Mrs Erika Kirwan
Age range: Help with age range field
4 to 11
Phase of education:
Primary
School type:
Voluntary aided school
Gender of entry:
Mixed
ID:
URN: 110038, DfE number: 870/3360
UKPRN: 10070228
Establishment status:
Open
Admissions policy:
Not applicable
Telephone:
01189375544
Ofsted rating:
Good (Last inspection: 15 November 2016)
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Religious character:
Roman Catholic
Diocese:
Archdiocese of Birmingham
Boarders:
No boarders
Nursery provision:
No Nursery Classes
Official sixth form:
Does not have a sixth form
Number of pupils:
154
Open date / Reason:
Not recorded
Not applicable
Closed date / Reason:
Not recorded
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
6.5%
Date last changed / confirmed:
09/10/2020
Type of SEN provision:
Type of resourced provision:
Not recorded
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SEN Unit capacity:

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Chair of governors

Chair of governors
Name Appointed by From To
Lucy Ring Appointed by GB/board 25/09/2019 24/09/2023

Governors

Governors
Name Appointed by From To
Marcus Fec Appointed by foundation/Trust 06/10/2020 05/10/2024
John Webb Appointed by foundation/Trust 08/07/2020 07/07/2024
Anne Pegram Nominated by LA and appointed by GB 06/11/2019 05/11/2023
Antoine Debiais Appointed by GB/board 06/11/2019 05/11/2023
Clare Gough Appointed by GB/board 26/09/2019 25/09/2023
Patricia King Elected by school staff 26/09/2019 25/09/2023
Charlie Cox Elected by parents 28/10/2018 27/10/2022
Yasmin Sanchez-Pearson Appointed by GB/board 27/06/2018 26/06/2022
Rebecca Mee Elected by parents 01/01/2017 31/12/2020

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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Meena Anand Governor Elected by school staff 01/01/2017 10/09/2020
Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region:
North-West London and South-Central England
Government office region (GOR):
South East
District:
Reading
Ward:
Peppard
Parliamentary constituency:
Reading East
Urban/rural description:
(England/Wales) Urban city and town
Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code:
E06000038
Easting:
473085
Northing:
176777
Census ward:
Unknown
Middle super output area (MSOA):
Reading 001
Lower super output area (LSOA):
Reading 001E

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