Establishment Brookland Church of England Primary School

URN: 118664

Voluntary controlled school

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Brookland, High Street, Romney Marsh, Kent, TN29 9QR
Local authority
Kent (886)
Headteacher / Principal
Mr Martin Hacker
Phase of education
School type
Voluntary controlled school
Gender of entry
URN: 118664, DfE number: 886/3137
UKPRN: 10078470
Establishment status
Admissions policy
Not applicable
Ofsted rating
Good (Last inspection: 22 November 2017)
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Religious character
Church of England
Diocese of Canterbury
No boarders
Nursery provision
No Nursery Classes
Official sixth form
Does not have a sixth form
Number of pupils
Open date
Not recorded
Reason establishment opened
Not applicable
Closed date
Not recorded
Reason establishment closed
Not applicable
Special classes
No Special Classes
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Date last changed / confirmed
10 March 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
Emily Carr Elected by parents 31 January 2018 31 January 2022


Name Appointed by From To
Vivienne Cubbon Nominated by LA and appointed by GB 1 December 2020 1 December 2024
Diana Roper Appointed by foundation/Trust 16 July 2020 16 July 2024
Shuna Body Ex-officio foundation governor (appointed by foundation by virtue of the office they hold) 1 April 2005 1 April 2024
Victoria Wardrope Appointed by GB/board 11 July 2019 11 July 2023
Steve Spooner Appointed by GB/board 1 July 2019 1 July 2023
Lauren Byrne Appointed by GB/board 10 December 2018 10 December 2022
Peter Jennings Appointed by GB/board 10 December 2018 10 December 2022
Martin Hacker Ex-officio by virtue of office as headteacher/principal 3 January 2011 31 August 2022
Tara Pollard Elected by parents 3 February 2018 5 February 2022

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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Sarah Blunt Governor Elected by school staff 1 January 2019 18 December 2020
Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region
South-East England and South London
Government office region (GOR)
South East
Folkestone and Hythe
Walland & Denge Marsh
Parliamentary constituency
Folkestone and Hythe
Urban/rural description
(England/Wales) Rural hamlet and isolated dwellings
Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code
Census ward
Middle super output area (MSOA)
Shepway 011
Lower super output area (LSOA)
Shepway 011D

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