Sports Premium  Planned Expenditure 2017-18 

Sports Premium  Expenditure and Impact Report  2016-17

Sport Premium Impact Report 2015-16

Sport Premium Statement 2015-16 Planned spend 

Sport Premium Statement 2014-15​


We participate in the Daily Mile.

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Daily Mile Letter to Parents​

New to Sunnymede - 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. 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.


We have a broad and balanced P.E curriculum, including a range of indoor and activities, including swimming. 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
  • Basketball
  • Gymnastics
  • Boys' Football
  • Girs' Football
  • Netball
  • Multi-skills
  • Karate
  • Tennis


The P.E. and Sport Premium funding has been allocated to support schools improve the quality of the P.E and sport activities offered. At Sunnymede Junior School we have been allocated £9,275 Sports Premium funding for 2016-17 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.