Locals have claimed that they were told that the pumps would be turned off during holidays.
However, when the pumps were left on, residents decided to get in touch with their MP to try and resolve the problem.
Jerome Mayhew MP said: "Whilst I welcome the school’s efforts to reduce the carbon impact of their heating system, this needs to be done in a way that is considerate to their neighbours and compliant with the planning system.
"I will continue to help local residents to make sure their concerns are properly considered."
Locals have claimed that they were told that the pumps would be turned off during holidays
The school's headteacher Tim Gibbs said it "remains compliant" with the installation of the pumps.
However, he did sympathise with the disturbances they are causing: "While I am sympathetic to the complaints raised by our neighbours, we have responded to all of their concerns and remain compliant in everything we have done with the installation of the air source heat pumps."
The complaints from residents have been investigated by the council.
It said they are "working with all parties" in order to "move forwards" with solving the problem.