Sports Premium


   What is the PE & Sport Premium?  

In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport is allocated to primary school headteachers. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

The premium must be spent by schools on making additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of all pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

  Purpose of Funding  

Purpose of funding schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Possible uses for the funding might include:

   Our Funding   

At Tolworth Junior School we have always seen PE and sport as an integral part of children’s development and lifelong learning. Over the years we have increased resources, provided more opportunities for all children to participate in different activities during lessons, playtimes, through after school clubs, intra class competitions and inter school competitions and festivals. This funding will give us the opportunity to continue to develop and improve our provision for the benefit of the children.

The funding is allocated by the number of registered children (5-11 years olds) in the Autumn, 2016 census. The current funds for our school are as follows:

October 2013


April 2014


October 2014


June 2015


November 2015


 May 2016


 October 2016





   How we will be spending the funding    

In order to ascertain where best to spend the funding we are continually carrying out baselines and audits on our resources, equipment and staff. From this information so far, the most beneficial way for us to spend the funding is the following:

 CPD (Professional development and training) for staff members on and off site

Team teaching/support teaching for specialist coaches or teachers to work alongside    teachers in PE to ensure high quality PE lessons

Workshops and coaches for the children during Health and Fitness Week and at other times during the school year

 Increase pupil participation in sports competitions/festivals which were previously beyond reach

Buying quality resources and materials to support the teaching and learning of PE and ensure progression throughout the school (schemes of work)

 Replacement of resources due to wear & tear


   Impact, Participation and Attainment   

Through our audits, questionnaires, polls and monitoring of teaching and learning we will be able to continue to monitor the impact and reassess any areas that need further development.

We also intend to encourage greater participation in inter-school sports competitions as well as mini tournaments within year groups and key stages.


 PE and Sports Grant 2015/2016    

The PE and Sports Grant for the last academic year was £9764. 00.

This grant enabled more staff to have training in areas of PE which lead to improved teaching and learning. The equipment allowed increased participation meaning more practice and improved progress.

   Primary School Sports Funding 2016–2017    

Number of Pupils and Sports Funding Received

Number of pupils on roll*

(Data from Autumn 2016 Census)

348 (7-11 pupils)

Number of pupils eligible


Amount of funding received per pupil

£5 x 348 pupils

Lump sum


Total amount of funding received



Nature of Activity 2016 - 17




To secure and enrich the quality and breadth of PE and sports provision. subscription

Curriculum gym coaching/Staff CPD

Curriculum rugby coaching/Staff CPD

Curriculum multi skills coaching/Staff CPD

Coaching courses for staff


Swimming Teacher costs

Circus skills workshops (Y4)

Dance workshops (Y3 & 4 )


Year 6 sports week activities

  • Surbiton Tennis Club – tennis coaching
  • WhiteSpider – climbing sessions













To increase participation in PE and Sports so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach performance levels that they are capable of

Kingston Sports Partnership Contribution

-          Football team sub

Participation in cluster and Local Authority sports competitions

·         Cross Country

·         Tag Rugby

·         Football

·         Quicksticks hockey

·         Table tennis

 ·        Dance

·         Key Steps gymnastics

·         Country Dancing


Promote the health and well-being of all pupils through whole school health & fitness fortnight

·         Karate

·         CFC Futsal

·         Dance

·         Competition prizes


New and replacement PE equipment inc: sports day rewards






















PE and Sports Grant 2013-2016

PE and Sports Grant 2016-2017