Finance Information

UPDATE: FEBRUARY 2022 - Financial Notice to Improve has been removed: Grasvenor Avenue Infant School

 

Grasvenor Avenue Infant School was issued with a Financial Notice to Improve (NtI) from the Education and Skills Funding Agency on 15 April 2021.  Further to actions taken to improve the governance and finances of the school and we we are delighted that the NtI was lifted on 22 February 2022. 

The letter from The Director, Academies and Maintained Directorate of the ESFA (Education and Skills Funding Agency) said ... "We have closely monitored the trust’s progress against the conditions set out in the notice, which included: evidence of financial need; recruitment of additional trustees & members; a governance review; implementation of a financial recovery plan; and pursuit of outstanding debt.


I am pleased to inform you that I am satisfied that the NtI conditions have been met. As a result, the NtI will be lifted with effect from the date of this letter"

Concluding "It is important that the trust continues to exercise strong financial and governance oversight to maintain the progress you have achieved."

2020/21 Audited Accounts for Grasvenor Avenue Infant School Academy Trust:

2019/2020 Audited Accounts for Grasvenor Avenue Infant School Academy Trust:

2018/2019 Audited Accounts for Grasvenor Avenue Infant School Academy Trust:

2017/2018 Audited Accounts for Grasvenor Avenue Infant School Academy Trust:

How many school employees, if any, have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more in increments of £10,000? Grasvenor Avenue Infant School has 0 staff earning £100,000 or more.