This tool allows you to compare the energy performance of a number of schools within a Local Authority group or across the whole of Energy Sparks. The aim is to allow you to identify the best and worst performing schools to provide examples of best practice and to identify the schools needing the most support to improve their energy management.This is title content
This comparison shows the change in consumption the most recent holiday, and the same holiday a year ago. Schools should be looking to reduce holiday usage by switching heating and hot water off over holidays when it is often unnecessary. A significant increase from year to year suggests a school is not managing to reduce consumption, which would help mitigate some of the impacts of climate change. You can setup an Energy Sparks 'alert' to send you an email or text message just before a holiday to remind you to turn heating or hot water off.
An infinite value indicates the consumption in the first period was zero.
|School name||Change %||Change £||Most recent holiday||Previous holiday|
|Pevensey & Westham CE Primary School||+391%||£12.80||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|The Haven Primary School||+310%||£80.30||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|St Richard's Catholic College||+200%||£345||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|All Saints Primary School||+101%||£14||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|Ringmer Primary School||+20%||£23.10||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|Little Horsted Primary School||-2%||-£2.77||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|Wivelsfield Primary School||-34%||-£76.40||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|Ditchling (St. Margaret's) CE Primary and Nursery School||-39%||-£34.40||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|
|Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School||-69%||-£41.70||Xmas 2020/2021||Xmas 2019/2020|