Mount Pleasant Primary School

Financial Information

It is a requirement for maintained schools to publish details of how many school employees have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more, along with a link to financial benchmarking information about the school.

This school has no employees who have a gross salary of £100,000 or more.

Financial benchmarking information about our school can be found here:

COVID Catch up Funding

Covid Catch Up Funding


Received Oct 2020                                £7,800

March 21                                            £10,360

Initial Budget allocation 21/22               £12,965

Total                                                   £31,125


New Mobile Interactive trolley with Laptop                                   £1,765

Ipads / Tablets                                                                          £8,000

60 new devices across Key Stage Two to allow new programmes eg. Spelling Shed to be used as intervention with more children

Teacher A salary two terms                                                    £16,692

Teacher in the mornings in one year group to allow for extra phonics and reading interventions across a year group

Teacher B salary one term                                                      £12,567

Teacher in one year group to allow Teacher C to be released for Maths and GPS interventions


Total                                                                                         £39024

Sports/P.E/Well-being. Premium Funding

What is the Sport/P.E Premium? Sport Premium is funding allocated to schools by central government.

The funding amount schools receive is based upon the number of children of primary age on roll at the school. Sport Premium is to be used to enhance the health and well-being of all children and to increase the quality and breadth of PE & Sport provision;  increasing participation in PE & Sport and enhancing the skills of teachers to deliver high quality PE lessons.

At Mount Pleasant Primary School, we are committed to providing high quality P.E. and sport to all of our children.

We also recognise the impact that physical activity has on children’s health, self-esteem and their ability and desire to learn:

This school year, we aim to:

  • Increase opportunities for all children to participate in a wide range of competitive sports events.
  • Provide existing staff with training and resources to ensure high quality lessons are delivered to all children across the whole PE curriculum.
  • Continue to provide new sporting equipment.
  • Continue to promote a healthy and active life-style.   

 Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium 20-21

Pupil Premium

Earl Street, Accrington, Lancashire BB5 5NH

01254 232046