Fairway Infant School

PE and Sport Premium

What is it?

The sports premium is an allocation of additional funding given to every primary school in the UK to improve the provision of Physical Education, Sports and Competition.  This funding is provided jointly by the Department of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport.  The grant has been awarded for the benefit of pupils aged 5-11 years so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles.

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how this is being used, as well as the impact this is having on pupils.

For 2019 - 2020, Fairway Infant School was allocated - £17,090

Expenditure - Total expenditure: £13,546

Money remaining: £7,128 (includes £3,584 carried forward from previous year 2018/19)

Money remaining: £7,128

This money was used to:

  • Subscribe to Mid Sussex Active (professional development for teachers / competitions and festivals for children / specialist coaches)
  • Resources to support teaching as a direct result of CPD and coaches.
  • Subscribe to ‘Teach Active’ to support classroom and home learning
  • Begin to initiate and develop our ‘Outdoor Adventure’ curriculum and environment
  • Develop our ‘Sports crew’ to support physical activity / competition at playtimes


For 2020-2021, Fairway Infant School was allocated £17,064

Number of pupils on roll: 160 at January 2019 Census with 109 in KS1

Amount received per pupil: Based on the standard formula of £16,000 +£10 per pupil (as at January 2019 census).

Total amount received: £26,288. This includes money received £17,064, plus £9,224 carried forward from 2019/20)

This money has been used as follows: