Establishment St Mary and St Andrew's Catholic Primary School, Barton Newsham

URN: 119444

Voluntary aided school

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Station Lane, Barton, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 5DY
Local authority
Lancashire (888)
Headteacher / Principal
Mrs Sarah Roach
Phase of education
School type
Voluntary aided school
Gender of entry
URN: 119444, DfE number: 888/3339
UKPRN: 10072730
Establishment status
Admissions policy
Not applicable
Ofsted rating
Good (Last inspection: 27 March 2019)
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Religious character
Roman Catholic
Diocese of Lancaster
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
12 November 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

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Name Appointed by From To
Katie Jones Appointed by GB/board 1 September 2021 31 August 2025
Maureen Whelan Foundation/sponsor members 10 July 2021 9 July 2025
Anisha Ainscough Appointed by GB/board 9 February 2021 8 February 2025
Mike Hartley Foundation/sponsor members 3 February 2021 2 February 2025
Emily Sarah Feeny Elected by school staff 31 May 2020 30 May 2024
Adrian Towers Ex-officio foundation governor (appointed by foundation by virtue of the office they hold) 15 March 2016 14 March 2024
Michele Therese O'Sullivan Foundation/sponsor members 15 March 2016 14 March 2024
Mary E Walker Foundation/sponsor members 1 September 2019 31 August 2023
Sarah Marie Zita Roach Ex-officio by virtue of office as headteacher/principal 1 September 2019 31 August 2023
Laura Palmer Elected by parents 2 April 2019 1 April 2023
Patricia Ann Holden Foundation/sponsor members 22 December 2017 21 December 2021
Audrey Swann Foundation/sponsor members 1 December 2017 30 November 2021

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Historical governance
Name Role Appointed by From To
Paul Hogan Governor Foundation/sponsor members 24 November 2017 23 November 2021
Jo Hayhurst Chair of governors Nominated by LA and appointed by GB 23 November 2017 22 November 2021
Faaiza Vadia Governor Parent appointed by GB/board due to no election candidates 21 February 2020 18 December 2020
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Regional schools commissioner (RSC) region
Lancashire and West Yorkshire
Government office region (GOR)
North West
Preston Rural North
Parliamentary constituency
Wyre and Preston North
Urban/rural description
(England/Wales) Rural village
Government Statistical Service (GSS) local authority code
Middle super output area (MSOA)
Preston 002
Lower super output area (LSOA)
Preston 002D
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School capacity

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Free school meals

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