Establishment Stanford In the Vale CofE Primary School

URN: 123159

Voluntary controlled school

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Address
High Street, Stanford-in-the-Vale, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 8LH
Local authority
Oxfordshire (931)
Headteacher / Principal
Mrs Amanda Willis
Phase of education
Primary
School type
Voluntary controlled school
Gender of entry
Mixed
ID
URN: 123159, DfE number: 931/3240
UKPRN: 10079368
Establishment status
Open
Admissions policy
Not applicable
Telephone
01367710474
Ofsted rating
Good (Last inspection: 14 December 2022)
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Religious character
Church of England
Diocese
Diocese of Oxford
Boarders
No boarders
Nursery provision
No Nursery Classes
Official sixth form
Does not have a sixth form
Number of pupils
201
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
11.4%
Date last changed / confirmed
1 April 2024
Type of SEN provision
Type of resourced provision
Not recorded
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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
Claire Lewis Appointed by GB/board 28 September 2023 28 September 2024

Governors

Governors
Name Appointed by From To
Lisa James Parent appointed by GB/board due to no election candidates 12 November 2023 12 November 2027
Caroline Smith Appointed by GB/board 30 September 2023 30 September 2027
Mary Vizoso Appointed by GB/board 26 June 2023 26 June 2027
Janet Warren Appointed by foundation/Trust 12 March 2023 11 March 2027
Keith Stuchbury Elected by parents 27 February 2023 26 February 2027
Yvette Upton Appointed by foundation/Trust 3 November 2022 2 November 2026
Craig Goulding Elected by parents 29 March 2022 29 March 2026
Jonathan Davis Parent appointed by GB/board due to no election candidates 19 October 2021 18 October 2025
Jane Lawson-Smith Appointed by GB/board 28 September 2021 27 September 2025
Amanda Bellerby Nominated by LA and appointed by GB 31 August 2021 31 August 2025
Elizabeth Ward Persons who are appointed by the foundation body or sponsor (if applicable) 22 February 2021 21 February 2025
Amanda Willis Ex-officio by virtue of office as headteacher/principal 1 September 2009 Not recorded

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Name Role Appointed by From To
Claire Lewis Chair of governors Appointed by GB/board 28 September 2022 27 September 2023
Kate Konschel Governor Appointed by GB/board 1 September 2019 31 August 2023
Caryl Oliver Governor Appointed by GB/board 1 September 2019 18 April 2023
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Government office region (GOR)
South East
Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region
North-West London and South-Central England
District
Vale of White Horse
Ward
Stanford
Parliamentary constituency
Wantage
Urban/rural description
(England/Wales) Rural town and fringe
Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code
E10000025
Easting
434381
Northing
193273
Unique property reference number (UPRN)
10014070989
Middle super output area (MSOA) Help with middle super output area Opens a dialog
Vale of White Horse 009
Lower super output area (LSOA) Help with lower super output area Opens a dialog
Vale of White Horse 009E
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School capacity

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Free school meals

This field is not editable by establishment users as it is populated by the DfE using the underlying data from the schools, pupils and their characteristics statistical release published each summer. The figures used are the performance table figures which ensures GIAS and the Find and Compare Schools in England service are consistent.

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 percentage of those who are eligible to receive them.

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Lower super output area (LSOA)

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