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
Schools often forget to turn their heating off in warm weather, about 10% of schools leave their heating on all summer.
The chart and table below show how many days the heating was left on in the last year and the potential benefit of switching the heating off in warmer weather. Schools should target reducing the length of the heating season to below 90 days.
You can set up Energy Sparks email or text alerts which will notify you if the weather forecast for the coming week suggests you should turn off your heating.
|School name||No. days heating on last year||Saving through reducing season to average||Saving through reducing season to exemplar||Saving through reducing season to exemplar|
|Ringmer Primary School||129 days||£225||£734||18.8%|
|Little Horsted Primary School||127 days||£61.70||£289||14.6%|
|Ditchling (St. Margaret's) CE Primary and Nursery School||124 days||£80||£388||16.4%|
|The Haven Primary School||121 days||£101||£566||13.9%|
|Wivelsfield Primary School||105 days||0p||£204||8.95%|
|Pevensey & Westham CE Primary School||97 days||0p||£165||4.63%|
|Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School||96 days||0p||£77.60||3.82%|
|All Saints Primary School||93 days||0p||£38.70||1.84%|
|Robsack Wood Primary Academy||91 days||0p||£26.40||0.741%|
|St Richard's Catholic College||84 days||0p||0p||0%|