Sports Premium Expenditure for 19-20

Sports Premium Impact report for 18-19




What a result!  Our team worked really hard to prepare for this competition. It paid off and we won! Not only did we compete against five other local schools and win, we scored 529 points, beating our closest competitors by an amazing 61 points. Well done to all our athletes - what fantastic team work!

We now​ go through to the next round with other schools from a bit further afield. Good luck for 11th December! 


 Girls' Football 

See our pupil voice section to hear how much we are enjoying it! ​

At Sunnymede Junior School, we believe that a structured, high quality and enjoyable P.E. curriculum is a key element of children’s development and wellbeing. Also important isthe opporunity forunstructured but active pay during break times. We aim to develop each child’s confidence and skills in a range of activities, enabling them to lead healthy lifestyles. Our inclusive curriculum offers all our children opportunities to compete both against themselves and others, in order to build self- confidence, resilience and a sense of fair-play.Our intoriductio of THe Daily Mile' is making apositiveimpact on pupils' overallfitness and wel-being, in addition to structured


We have a broad and balanced P.E curriculum, including a range of indoor and activities, including swimming and yoga. We participate in a range of local sports festivals and friendly and competitive sporting events.  In addition to this, we are proud of the range  out of  hours sports clubs children have access to:


  • Dance aerobics
  • Cross Country and speed stacking
  • Tag Rugby
  • Golf
  • Basketbfall
  • Gymnastics
  • Dodgeball
  • Boys' Football
  • Girs' Football
  • Netball
  • Multi-skills
  • Karate
  • Fencing

What is the Sports Premium and how can it be used?

The Government has allocated funding to improve the quality of provision of physical education and sport in primary schools for all of our pupils. The funding can only be spent on PE and sport provision for the benefit of all pupils and we are accountable for how effectively we have used it to support pupils’ progress and participation in sport.

We can only use the  funding to improve PE and sport provision but have the freedom within this remit to decide the best way in which to achieve this. Possible uses for the funding include: hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches, paying for professional development opportunities for sport, running sport competitions, or increasing participation in school games, purchasing sports resources & equipment, providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

At Sunnymede Junior School we have been allocated £18,690 Sports Premium funding for 2017-18 by the Government to further improve our P.E provision.


Please click on the documents above to see how we are using our funding and its imapct.

Sports Premium Impact Report  Impact report for 17-18

Swimming standards for 2017-18

Sports Premium  Planned Expenditure 2017-18 

We participate in the Daily Mile.

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Daily Mile Letter to Parents​