Establishment Skelton Newby Hall Church of England Primary School
Voluntary controlled school
- Skelton-on-Ure, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 5AJ
- North Yorkshire (815)
- Headteacher / Principal
- Mrs Jacqui Palmer
- Age range Help with age range field Opens a dialog
- 3 to 11
- Phase of education
- School type
- Voluntary controlled school
- Gender of entry
DfE number: 815/3272
- Establishment status
- Admissions policy
- Not applicable
- Ofsted rating
(Last inspection: 6 March 2020)
Ofsted report (opens in new tab)
- Data from other services
- Religious character
- Church of England
- Diocese of Leeds (ce)
- No boarders
- Nursery provision
- Has Nursery Classes
- Official sixth form
- Does not have a sixth form
- School capacity Help with school capacity field Opens a dialog
- Number of pupils
- Open date
- 1 January 1900
- Reason establishment opened
- Not applicable
- Closed date
- 31 August 2023
- Reason establishment closed
- Special classes
- No Special Classes
- Number of pupils eligible for free school meals Help with number of pupils eligible for free school meals field Opens a dialog
- Percentage of children eligible for free school meals Help with percentage of children eligible for free school meals field Opens a dialog
- Date last changed / confirmed
- 12 September 2023
- 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
Historic (left within last 12 months)
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|Anna Whitham||Governor||Appointed by LA||2 February 2023||30 August 2023|
|Christopher Smith`||Governor||Appointed by GB/board||22 September 2021||30 August 2023|
|Claire Rowett||Governor||Appointed by GB/board||13 July 2022||30 August 2023|
|Diane Tunnard||Governor||Appointed by foundation/Trust||22 September 2021||30 August 2023|
|Gemma Snodgrass||Governor||Elected by school staff||1 April 2019||30 August 2023|
|Jacqui Palmer||Governor||Ex-officio by virtue of office as headteacher/principal||1 January 2019||30 August 2023|
|Jonathan Redhead||Governor||Appointed by GB/board||16 November 2020||30 August 2023|
|Michael Paul||Governor||Appointed by GB/board||3 October 2022||30 August 2023|
|Peter Cannings||Chair of governors||Appointed by GB/board||4 October 2022||30 August 2023|
|Sarah Brewster||Governor||Appointed by GB/board||2 February 2022||30 August 2023|
|Justin Wheatley||Governor||Appointed by GB/board||9 September 2020||19 March 2023|
|Gemma Snodgrass||Governor||Elected by school staff||1 April 2019||31 December 2022|
|Jonathan Redhead||Chair of governors||Appointed by GB/board||16 November 2020||3 October 2022|
- Government office region (GOR)
- Yorkshire and the Humber
- Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region
- North of England
- North Yorkshire
- Wathvale & Bishop Monkton
- Parliamentary constituency
- Skipton and Ripon
- Urban/rural description
- (England/Wales) Rural village
- Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code
- Middle super output area (MSOA) Help with middle super output area Opens a dialog
- Harrogate 003
- Lower super output area (LSOA) Help with lower super output area Opens a dialog
- Harrogate 003B
The age range that the establishment is legally allowed to make provision for.
The number of pupil places the establishment can accommodate.
Free school meals
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This information is compiled from the data returned by establishments for their establishment's situation on the third Thursday in January, in the spring school census data collection return.
This field shows whether a pupil's family have claimed eligibility for free school meals as reported in the annual spring school census. Pupils or their parents are able to claim free school meals if they receive a qualifying benefit. This field does not show pupils who actually received free school meals but the number of those who are eligible to receive them.
Free school meals
This field shows whether a pupil's family have claimed eligibility for free school meals as reported in the annual spring school census. Pupils or their parents are able to claim free school meals if they receive a qualifying benefit. This field does not show pupils who actually received free school meals but the percentage of those who are eligible to receive them.
Middle super output area (MSOA)
The data presented for the middle super output area (MSOA) is representative of the 2021 census.
Lower super output area (LSOA)
The data presented for the lower super output area (LSOA) is representative of the 2021 census.