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Expenditure 2015/16

P.E. and Sports Funding /  Expenditure 2015/16

A detailed evaluation outlining the full impact of the P.E. and Sports spending is  published at the end of each academic year.

Actual Sports Funding £9,170








Liverpool Sports Partnership (LSSP) Bronze Membership




The LSSP Bronze Membership gives more children an opportunity to take part in competitive sports against other schools. We entered 25 different LSSP sports competitions with over 50% of children participating from years 1 to 6. With access to SEN competitions 80% of SEN children taking part in at least 1 competitive event.






LSSP P.E. Curriculum

·Specialist Gymnastic and Dance teachers 1 afternoon/ 1 morning

·Weekly CPD

·Afterschool / Early morning Gymnastics  Clubs.







Specialist teachers have supported teachers through team teaching and provided high quality teaching/ coaching in both gymnastics and dance from years 1 to 6. 

The LSSP provided KS1 and KS2 gymnastics after school clubs catering for 30% of children across KS1 and KS2 over the year. 



Liverpool City Swimming Programme 
Swimming  KS2



82% of year 6 children able to swim a minimum 25 metres with 30% at 50 metres. Year 5 gaining confidence in different swimming strokes in learning to swim. Increased confidence and understanding of basic water safety - 1 week allocated to water safety. 




‘Top Up’ swimming for Year 6




Children attended the LA top up programme to achieve their 25 metres.



Extra Curricular/ Competition Activities

  • Transport
  • Competition Affiliations






The school provides a range of successful extracurricular sport/ healthy life style clubs and competitions across both KS1 and KS2 at both lunchtime and after school. Here 70% KS1 and 82% KS2 children take part.

These clubs are taken by school staff and paid professional coaches.

Additional Funding £3,160 including £500 grant from the Fountain’s – Vauxhall Children’s Centre to promote healthy living and well being for our children.


Additional Allocation





 Initiating a 1/ 2 mile a  day programme to support  fitness and well being in Early  Years


£500 (Grant)

Nursery and Reception completed weekly sessions with 100% of children improving their fitness measured using the 'Bleep' Test. 





P.E. teacher one afternoon in KS1


£ 2,660


High quality gymnastics and games sessions for children in KS1 and KS2. 


Total P.E. Expenditure £12,330