Basic comparison report

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Characteristic Default school value Comparison criteria
Finance type Maintained All
Number of pupils 473.5 386 - 568
School phase Primary Primary
Urban / rural location Conurbation Conurbation
Percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals 2.4% 0% - 5.4%
Pupils with special educational needs who have statements or education and health care plans 3.1% 0.1% - 6.1%
Pupils with English as an additional language 17.1% 14.1% - 20.1%
Grant funding per pupil £4,987.76 £3,840.58 - £6,134.94
London Weighting Outer Inner, Outer
The data below is from the latest year available. For maintained schools this is 2018 - 2019, academies from 2018 / 2019

Total income (Per pupil)


Grant funding total (Per pupil)


Self-generated funding total (Per pupil)


Total expenditure (Per pupil)


Staff total (Per pupil)


Premises total (Per pupil)

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Occupation total (Per pupil)

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Supplies and services total (Per pupil)


In-year balance (Per pupil)


Revenue reserve (Per pupil)

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For local authority maintained schools and single academy trusts, reserves are legally associated with one school and appear under that school in the charts.

For local authority maintained schools, revenue reserves include:

  • the school’s committed and uncommitted revenue balance, plus the community-focused extended school revenue balance.

For single academy trusts, revenue reserves include:

  • the closing balance (restricted and unrestricted funds) carried forward from the previous year, plus total income in the current year (revenue, funds inherited on conversion/transfer and contributions from academies to trust) minus total expenditure in the current year.

For multi-academy trusts, the trust is the legal entity and all revenue reserves belong legally to the trust. We aggregate all declared reserves to trust level and they appear under the trust. The total can be seen by looking up the trust on the website, selecting ‘Balance' and choosing ‘Trust and academies' or ‘Trust only’ from the dropdown under ‘Central financing’.

For single academies within a multi-academy trusts, we've estimated a value per academy by apportioning the trust’s reserves on a pro-rata basis using the FTE number of pupils in each academy within that MAT. This can be seen by looking up the academy, selecting ‘Balance’ and choosing 'Academy and trust proportion’ from the dropdown under ‘Central financing’.

For more information about this chart, read our guidance on Interpreting the data.


School workforce (headcount) (Total)

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This is the total headcount of the school workforce.

It includes:

  • full and part-time teachers (including school leadership teachers)
  • teaching assistants
  • non-classroom-based support staff

For more information about this chart, read our guidance on Interpreting the data.


Number of pupils per FTE Teacher

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This is the full-time equivalent of all classroom and leadership teachers.

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Senior leadership (Full Time Equivalent) (Percentage of workforce)

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This is the full-time equivalent of senior leadership roles.

It includes:

  • headteachers
  • deputy headteachers
  • assistant headteachers

For more information about this chart, read our guidance on Interpreting the data.


Teaching assistants (Full Time Equivalent) (Percentage of workforce)

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This is the full-time equivalent of teaching assistants.

It includes:

  • teaching assistants
  • higher level teaching assistants
  • minority ethnic and special educational needs support staff

For more information about this chart, read our guidance on Interpreting the data.


Non-classroom support staff - excluding auxiliary staff (Full Time Equivalent) (Percentage of workforce)

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This is the full-time equivalent of non-classroom-based support staff.

It excludes:

  • auxiliary staff
  • third party support staff

For more information about this chart, read our guidance on Interpreting the data.


Auxiliary staff (Full Time Equivalent) (Percentage of workforce)

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This is the full-time equivalent of full and part-time auxiliary staff.

It includes:

  • catering
  • school maintenance staff

For more information about this chart, read our guidance on Interpreting the data.


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