Boughton Monchelsea Primary School has a rich and successful sporting tradition and prides itself on the variety of activities that are provided for the children.  Over the years the school has had many pupils selected at county and district level. 
The school currently offers a variety of extra curricular sports and there are school teams in football, netball, cricket, rounders, athletics and swimming.   In addition, pupils are able to pursue community run sessions at the school in swimming, dance, tennis, multi-sports, basketball and karate from visiting coaches.
Our sporting facilities are excellent with the school having a superb indoor heated swimming pool, a school field with an athletics track, hard play area with netball courts and use of the local recreation ground with football, athletics, basketball and cricket facilities.  We encourage children to adopt a healthy lifestyle and pass on information about local courses and clubs.   


Swimming will continue until the end of Term 1 2015 unless the weather really turns cold.  Please ensure that your child has their kit in school on the relevant days.

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Class R

Class R


Netball Review

The school netball team were the Kent Primary School champions in 1989 and semi - finalists in 1991. Netball success returned to Boughton in 2015, remaining unbeaten in all matches played during 2015 against
opponents such as Coxheath, East Farleigh, Greenfields, Shernolds, Harrietsham and North Borough schools to name but a few.
On Friday 24 April 2015, Boughton Monchelsea entered the Kent Schools Netball Tournament with 2 teams who both played very well.  Our Blue team won all their preliminary matches, ensuring a place in the semi-finals where they played Coxheath and won 3-1.  In the final they played Harrietsham School, winning with a score of 3-2 and becoming the current champion holders of the Kent School Netball Tournament.

On 28 April 2015, we entered our team in the Weald Cup playing East Farleigh and Coxheath Primary Schools.  Again our girls won all their matches and are currently holders of the Weald Cup.  Their last match of 2014/2015 was against Northborough School winning an impressive 14-0.

We've also been very lucky to have Sheila Camis, one of the England netball coaches, visit in June 2015 to run a netball session with our team.  The girls really enjoyed the experience and certainly picked up some tips!

As a school, we are very fortunate in having two parents, Natasha Brace and Abi Cheeseman who run our netball club each week and are trained in netball coaching and umpiring. Currently, Netball Club runs every Wednesday 3.15 to 4.15pm (whatever the weather) where the club members play ball skills and team games as well as matches.  It's has also become a netball tradition to play the teachers and parents once a quarter just for fun!




Maidstone Football Champs!   

On the 12th October some boys from Class 5 and 6 headed down to St Augustines for a football tournament. These boys were Jake S, James T, Dexter R, Matthew T, Kamren M, Harry H and Sam F from Class 6 and Noah S and Brandon S from Class 5.

The squad left at quarter to1 and went in cars driven by some of the players’ parents. There were 29 other school football teams from all over Maidstone so the boys were a little nervous.

The boys’ first game was against East Borough who were one of our biggest rivals. Unfortunately they scored first and at half-time we were one-nil down but we didn’t give up. James scored a late goal to keep us in the game with a final result of 1-1.

Match 2 was against Roseacre. Most of their players were twice as big as ours! But the boys still put up a good fight and went away with a 0-0 draw which wasn’t a bad result!

Match 3 was against Greenfield. The boys needed to win the match to stay in the tournament. First Jake scored a goal giving us a lead but Greenfields quickly equalised making it 1-1 at half –time. At the start of the second-half Jake had a shot and it rebounded for Sam who scored from a couple of yards out. The goal put Boughton back in the confidence zone so for the rest of the match they played brilliantly and came out with a win of 4-1, with Jake scoring a hat-trick.

The next match was the quarter finals. This was against Madginford which was also a successful match with a goal by Jake giving us a 1-0 win.

The semi– finals followed against East Borough who we had played in the qualifying rounds so we knew it was going to be a tough game. They put up a good fight and drew 0-0. It was penalties! For the penalties they scored then James, Jake and Dexter scored and Kamren with 2 great saves saved their shot. Jake scored then they missed. Dexter scored the final goal.

Now we were in the final against Palace Wood. Unfortunately the brilliant Boughton boys conceded first but came back with a penalty scored under pressure by James. The match ended 1–1 so it was penalties again! Palace Wood took their penalty first and Kamren made another unbelievable save. Next up, was James who scored. Then Kamren made another great save. Jake then scored. Kamren saved another penalty and to finish it off Dexter scored a fabulous penalty that went in off the post which made BMPS Maidstone champs!

The boys had a team photo and were told that they were representing Maidstone schools. Soon there will be bigger matches against even better teams.

Thanks to the parents for supporting us and Mr Wills for coaching us to victory!

By Jake S and James T