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Mayhill Junior School

Mayhill

Junior School

MJS

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium families in receipt of free school meals

Review of expenditure 2020-21: Click here

This year’s pupil premium strategy will run from April 2021 – July 2022 to sit alongside the return of all pupils and the catch-up funding grant.

Planned expenditure 2021-22: Click here

As you may be aware, the school receives a small sum of money each year for each child whose parents have claimed for free school meals within the last six years. This money is then used to support the academic and educational outcomes for those children. 

Service Premium for RAF families

Review of lock down on our service pupils is available here

Planned expenditure 2020-21: Click here

As you may be aware, the school receives a small sum of money each year for each child whose parents are in the armed forces, currently this is £310 per child.  This premium is there to ensure the school is able to support the social and emotional welfare of children and families who may be affected by deployment or making a transition from school to school mid-year.  (Sadly, it is not provided to schools to subsidise school trips, clubs etc and cannot be individually allocated on a per-child basis.)

Your feedback and suggestions

More than anything, we want to ensure we are meeting the needs of our children and families.  We would welcome all suggestions for the kind of activities, projects or gatherings that maybe you have seen work well elsewhere, or that you know would really benefit you and your child.  There is lots more we can do, but we want to get it right!

Further information on benchmarking

Further comparisons can be made using the national benchmarking website. Click  here