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Priestley College


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Address: Loushers Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6RDGoogleMaps link opens in a new window
Telephone number: 01925633591
Local authority: Warrington
School type: Academy 16-19 converter
School phase: 16 plus
Number of pupils: 2123
URN: 144782
Ofsted rating: 2 Good Ofsted reportOpens in a new window Inspected 24 November 2023
LAESTAB: 877 8600
Age range of pupils: 16 to 19
Headteacher's name: James Gresty
Has sixth form: Yes
Has nursery: No
Date of opening: 01 May 2017
School website: http://www.priestley.ac.ukOpens in a new window
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Total expenditure

2021/2022
£11.04m
2021/2022
£11.04m

Staff total

2021/2022
£8.73m
2021/2022
£8.73m

Premises total

2021/2022
£495.2k
2021/2022
£495.2k

Occupation total

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These are costs associated with occupying the school building. They include energy, water, sewerage, rates, insurance, and catering.
2021/2022
£348.4k
2021/2022
£348.4k

Supplies and services total

2021/2022
£1.46m
2021/2022
£1.46m

Interest charges for loans and banking

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  • interest received
2021/2022
£0
2021/2022
£0

Cost of finance total

2021/2022
£0
2021/2022
£0

Special facilities total

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  • swimming pools and sports centres
  • boarding provision
  • rural studies and farm units
  • payments by your school to another school for the benefit of pupils at the other school
  • pupil inter-site travel, eg moving between sites
  • expenses relating to before and after school clubs
  • delegated home to school transport
  • indirect employee expenses and agency staff expenses relating to a special facility
  • purchase of trading items for re-sale, eg school uniforms, books, stationery
  • donations paid by the school to a charity
  • community education with a benefit to the pupils at the school

It excludes:

  • staff costs associated with managing and supporting the special facility for directly employed staff
  • staff teaching in the special facility
  • school trips
  • residential special schools
  • any community-focused expenditure
2021/2022
£0
2021/2022
£0