Schools Financial Benchmarking
The information contained in the link above is based upon various data sets for North Ealing Primary School, Ealing, London W5 1RP but excludes context and this is provided below.
The school is well staffed and does not rely on outsourcing its teaching and support roles to short term supply staff, hence the minimal agency staff spending. Both our Early Years and Key Stage 1 Departments are well supported with Early Years Practitioners, Learning Support Assistants and Cover Supervisors in each classroom. Moving up the school our Key Stage 2 Department enjoys additional support from both HLTA’s and Learning Support Assistants.
Teachers PPA time is delivered across the school using a combination of high quality teaching staff, HLTA’s and an external PE provider.
The school prioritises the well-being of its pupils and staff and engages the services of Place2Be to provide a weekly counselling service.
The school’s accounts are monitored by the local council’s bursarial service and by the council’s Schools Accountancy department. 2019 – 2020 the school also ended the financial year with a balanced budget using some of its reserves.
From January 2021, schools are required to publish the number of salaries that are higher than one hundred thousand pounds, in ten thousand pounds band ranges.
Each band can be represented by A, B, C, D etc. For example:
- Band A equals £100k – £109,999
- Band B equals £110k – £119,999
- Band C equals £120k – £129,999
- Band D equals £130k – £139,99
- Band E equals £140k – £149,999 etc.
- In England, school salaries reach at least Band K equalling £200k – 209,999.
At North Ealing Primary, 1 employee receives a salary in the Band A range.