Tollgate Community Junior School

Winston Crescent, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN23 6NL

Tel: 01323 723298

Sports Premium Sept ’16 – July ’17

Primary School Sports Premium Awarded

Total Number of Pupils on Roll: 420

Actual Amount Received: £4185 in May; £5868 in October.

Summary of School Sports Premium
Objectives 2016/17

  • Raise standards of PE teaching amongst staff
  • Continue introducing new sports clubs at lunchtime
  • Continue offering ‘over and above’ swimming teaching
  • Continue to offer competitive sport

Planned record of spending by item/project

Item/Project Cost Objectives Gov. Guidelines Outcomes
Hiring qualified Sports Coach (Shirley Davies) to train alongside teachers £7762.50 Support members of staff with PE training 1:1 termly in either outdoor or indoor PE.


Provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively  Scheme of Work updated; clear progression of skills and curriculum coverage now in place.

Assessment procedure enables progress to be monitored more robustly and comparisons made over time between different groups.

Pupil Voice and dip-ins show children are more active in lessons and gain greater sense of enjoyment.

Run Sports competitions (Sports Day) £400 Encourage competitive sport. Run sport competitions  Sports Day due to take place July 2017; contact with Ratton School students enables maximum participation of all children. Parent View and Pupil Voice to take place after the event.
6 x swimming lessons for all children Invoiced monthly Adhere to new PE curriculum


Children to work towards their end of KS2 target (swimming 25m)

Teaching of swimming goes above the minimum expectations for the National Curriculum Use of the Premium enables all children to access 6 weeks of swimming taught by qualified coaches; teachers remain as part of on-going professional development.

Emphasis on being active through walking to and from the pool.

Ratton Academy Primary P.E. Support Programme Estimated figure: £2,250 Increased participation in sporting tournaments.


Increased skills amongst staff.

Introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport To be evaluated at tend of Term 6 2017.