Establishment City Academy Whitehawk

URN: 139677

Academy sponsor led

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Whitehawk Road, Whitehawk, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 5FL
Local authority:
Brighton and Hove (846)
Mr Mark Church
Age range: Help with age range field
2 to 11
Phase of education:
School type:
Academy sponsor led
Academy trust:
Academy sponsor:
Aurora Academies Trust
Gender of entry:
URN: 139677, DfE number: 846/2011
UKPRN: 10041606
Establishment status:
Admissions policy:
Not applicable
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Ofsted rating:
Good (Last inspection: 15 November 2018)
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Religious character:
Does not apply
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Religious ethos:
No boarders
Nursery provision:
No Nursery Classes
Official sixth form:
Does not have a sixth form
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Number of pupils:
Section 41 approved:
Not applicable
Open date / Reason:
New Provision
Close date / Reason:
Not recorded
Not recorded
Special classes:
Not applicable
Percentage of children eligible for free school meals: Help with percentage of children eligible for free school meals field
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Type of resourced provision:
Not recorded
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Chair of local governing body

Chair of local governing body
Name Shared with Appointed by From To
Janis Taylor Not recorded Appointed by GB/board 21/09/2017 20/09/2021

Local governors

Local governors
Name Shared with Appointed by From To
Christa Jenny Jarvis-Beesley Not recorded Appointed by GB/board 15/09/2018 14/09/2022
Richard Benton-Stace Not recorded Appointed by GB/board 15/09/2018 14/09/2022
Margaret Mansell Not recorded Elected by school staff 29/09/2017 28/09/2021
David Bailey Not recorded Elected by parents 01/09/2017 31/08/2021
Lawrence Fry Not recorded Appointed by GB/board 01/09/2017 31/08/2021
Mark Church Not recorded Ex-officio by virtue of office as headteacher/principal 01/09/2017 Not recorded

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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Richard Snowden Local governor Parent appointed by GB/board due to no election candidates 24/01/2019 16/09/2019
David Williams Local governor Appointed by GB/board 15/09/2018 04/06/2019
Lewis Copping Local governor Appointed by GB/board 18/01/2018 24/01/2019
RSC Region:
South-East England and South London
Government Office Region:
South East
Brighton and Hove
East Brighton
Parliamentary Constituency:
Brighton, Kemptown
Urban/Rural Description:
Urban city and town
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Census Ward:
Middle Super Output Area (MSOA):
Brighton and Hove 025
Lower Super Output Area (LSOA):
Brighton and Hove 025C

Age range

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School capacity

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