PE and Sports Grant 2015 to 2016

Area of Focus

How we are spending our funding

Amount Spent

Action Plan



Increase in participation rates in such activities as games, dance, gymnastics, swimming and athletics

Increased participation in competitive sports







































Participation and success in competitive school sports
















Growth in the range of provisional and alternative sporting activities









how much more inclusive the physical education curriculum has become









South Sefton School Sport Partnership

 i)CPD programme

Comprehensive range of CPD courses offered throughout the year. Individual staff members have attended courses appropriate to their needs



 ii) Staff CPD






iv)Primary Leaders Course






v)Support for PE Coordinator












vi)Links with Partnership approved sports coaches

















Change 4 Life Club

















Enabling all staff to then access CPD


Staff upskilled to improve the quality of teaching & Learning in PE




Employing expert advice to evaluate strengths & weaknesses in PESS and implement plans for improvement



To develop games knowledge to enhance teaching

PE Consultant support to improve staff professional learning to upskill teachers



Develop leadership skills in our Young people.


Increased confidence, improved communication & organisational skills




Regular support meetings with Partnership Manager

Sharing of best practice






Wide range of  intra and inter competitive sporting opportunities 









Involvement in new & existing Partnership competitions












Fully embrace the Sainsbury’s School Games



Review of quality of curriculum – breadth & balance


Use of TAs to support learning

CPD –eg Sportability

Pupil needs


Increase in breadth of activities for pupils across the age range









Pupils who have not previously engaged in extra curricular sport are taking part in C4L  programme.


Lesson Observations

Staff survey

Course Attendance

Register of staff attending courses










Lesson observations






Lesson observations

Teacher Feedback




Observation of

pupils activity levels at break & lunchtime


Class teacher




Minutes of meetings




Register of pupils taking part in competitions

List of competitions entered

Pupil voice data





Extra curricular timetable

Register of pupils attending clubs









School Games Mark Award



Observation of pupils

Pupil feedback sheets

Staff feedback





Increased confidence of staff

Improved activity specific knowledge

Greater understanding of Physical Education

Increased attainment of pupils

More sustainable workforce

Enhanced quality of provision




Increase in teacher confidence in teaching games activities

Increase in pupil progress due to increased challenge

Improved use of time and space


More dynamic games lessons

More youngsters engaged in physical activity at break & lunchtimes

Development of these key life skills will impact in all areas of the young person’s life.


Comprehensive support system

Advice from PE professionals



Comprehensive Competition calendar

Support with Level 1 programme

Pathway to Level 3 competitions

Increase in pupil participation in extra curricular activities

Increase in range and number of competitive sporting opportunities for pupils at Level 1 (Intra) & Level 2 (Inter)

Increased number of activities on offer

Greater % of pupils engaged in extra curricular clubs


School Games Bronze Award achieved






A more inclusive PE curriculum which inspires and engages all pupils

More confident & competent staff

Enhanced quality of teaching & learning



Increased confidence and self esteem has been noted and pupil’s self evaluation has confirmed this.

This group of pupils are noticeably becoming more active, fitter and experiencing health benefits.  They are also showing an increased understanding of the importance of a healthy lifestyle


Pupils are benefitting from new experiences and opportunities


Improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE

PE Equipment to support SEN & G&T




PE Equipment to increase pupil participation opportunities





Increase ability to differentiate in lessons to meet individual needs of pupils



Lesson observations






New clubs established: Netball, Change for Life, Tri Golf.  Increased opportunities for pupils to compete at Level 1 & level2






Specialist Sports Coaches


To increase the breadth of opportunities for pupils in extra curricular clubs

Register of pupils attending clubs

List of clubs

Observation of pupils

Performance in competitions


Impact on SMSC

Staff better skilled to support a wider range of PE and sport activities and as a result more children from KS1 and KS2 are taking part in leadership training, developing team building skills

As above



More children included in more pE and sports activities

More children able to accept competition

More children able to work as a team

More children able to develop leadership skills


Contact the School

Linacre Primary School

Thornton Road
L20 5ED

Main Contact: Miss E Gunnion

Tel: 0151 922 1466
Fax: 0151 933 0209