Boughton Monchelsea Primary School
Church Hill | Boughton Monchelsea | Maidstone | ME17 4HP

Pupil Premium

What is our current pupil premium allocation?

The number of pupils attracting the pupil premium at Boughton Monchelsea is relatively small. Therefore the amount of money the school receives is not a large figure when considered across an entire year. In 2017-18 the allocation was was £24,320, in 2018-19 it was £36,920 and for 2019-20 it is £27,040.

Please click to view our Pupil Premium Strategy for this year. 

Sports Premium

Please click to view our Sports Premium Action Plan for 2019-20.

Please click to view our Sports Premium Action Plan for 2018-19.

Please click to view our Sports Premium Action Plan for 2017-18.

Please click to view our Sports Premium Funding Statement for 2016-17.

Please click to view our Sports Premium Funding Statement for 2015-16.

Coronavirus Catch-up Premium

In the academic year 2020-21, the school will receive £16,720 from the Government to address gaps in learning due to the partial closure of schools from March to July 2020. £9753 of this will be received in the financial year to March 2021 and £6967 will come after April 2021.

We have identified the following areas for use of the funding;

  • Mathematical Reasoning project for all Year 2 pupils. This is partially funded by the KCC Promising Projects programme
  • Licences for online Maths programs for focus children in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
  • Nuffield Early Language Intervention for Year R pupils
  • Purchase of 5 Chromebooks for use with SEND pupils
  • Purchase of reading scheme books for lower Key Stage 2
  • Purchase of "reading for pleasure" texts for all class libraries
  • After school tutoring in Maths and English for Key Stage 2 pupils

The impact of the learning interventions will be assessed through comparing pupil attainment at the start and end of each project. Methods will include standardised assessments and teacher observation. The impact of the purchase of resources will be measured by the SENCO and English Subject Leaders, through discussions with staff and pupils and observations of the resources in use.