Our PE subject leader is Miss Power.

The following documents highlight our PE funding allocation and spending. Our overall aims 2018 2019 are:

To increase the number of pupils making good or better progress (from 2018 end year data baseline).

To accelerate progress by increasing the enjoyment of physical education.

To accelerate the progress of year 2, year 4 and year 5.

To increase and support the number of pupils working at greater depth in each year group.

Data 2017/2018 academic year.

PE data headlines 2017/2018


This year 2018 2019 our PE funding is being used to buy in a fitness promotion scheme led by the Jamie Carragher Academy. Each pupil will receive a personalised Vivoki device that will track and monitor their daily steps. Children will work individually and together to reach their goals. Pupils will have the opportunity to monitor their own fitness in a visual way and work together with their peers to achieve targets. Personal achievements will then be able to be shared and celebrated as a whole school event.

Sport sessions are held in one of our large spaces – which includes a purpose built, safe outdoor area.

The Daily Mile

This year  we will also be working together to introduce ‘The Daily Mile’. This will run alongside the Jamie Carragher Academy activity tracking scheme and is designed to energise and set pupils up to start their day. The following is a quote from

The Daily Mile

‘The Daily Mile is simple and free and gets children out of the classroom for fifteen minutes every day to run or jog, at their own pace, with their classmates, making them fitter, healthier, and more able to concentrate in the classroom’

Swimming data 2018 2019

Children attend weekly swimming lessons at Meadows Leisure Centre. The sessions are taught by professional swimming instructors from Active Aquatics. Based on this 74% of the current year 6 cohort are meeting the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

This year we aim to accelerate pupil progress and proficiency by focusing on one year group for a full term. This will give them the opportunity to develop skills and progress over time.

Enrichment 2018 2019 

This academic year we will continue enrichment sessions using specialist coaches from Everton In The Community. They will be working with children during the afternoons in the autumn, spring and summer terms leading sports based PSHE sessions and physical activities. The sessions will focus on:

Employability/ Enterprise
PSHE – healthy goals, enterprise, self-awareness, mindfulness, resilience
Mentoring- behaviour, character

There will be a focus on pupils working at greater depth and increasing the number of pupils meeting end of year expectations in each year group.

The bespoke sessions will taught by EITC  coaches. Small groups with personalised and individual support will be offered weekly during Autumn and Spring and Summer terms.

The progress and confidence of the children who have been offered the sessions in previous years has been monitored and below are some quotes given by those pupils.

‘There were a variety of activities. They gave me the confidence to learn new skills and ‘teach’ younger children in the group. I could support my class mates during whole class PE lessons.’ Grace

‘Sometimes during whole class lessons – the people that can’t do it get all of the support and attention. It was nice to have the coaches attention to build on my skills. More help, more attention, more confidence!’ Aimee

Something to look forward to! Less people meant that you had more rounds of each game.’ Jamie

You didn’t have to wait if you needed help. The coaches were just there!’ ‘We could then help the younger children’ Ellie

‘Training us to teach others’ – combined

Academic year 2018 2019

PE funding: £20 000 total

Our Offer 1
Vivoki fitness scheme + plus staff training led by Jamie Carragher Academy
Total cost: £7000

Impact: Increased % of pupils meeting end of key stage expectations in physical education.

To accelerate progress by increasing the enjoyment of physical education.

Our Offer 2
Bespoke enrichment sessions led by Everton in the community.

Total cost: £3100

Impact: Increased % of pupils meeting end of key stage expectations in physical education.

To accelerate progress by increasing the enjoyment of physical education.

Our Offer 3
Purpose built safe and secure outdoor area for outdoor play at lunchtimes, after school and for the daily mile.

Total cost: £7800

In addition:

£1000 for additional resources across the PE curriculum

£500 for additional resources for our extra curricular offer

We also use PE funding to provide support for coaching and outdoor and adventurous activities – giving pupils the opportunity to participate in a wider range of sports.

Our offer for after school clubs includes:
Sports’ skills
Community Soccer coaching

Year 5 and 6 residential visit (outdoor and adventurous theme). All pupils have the opportunity to participate.

Total cost/ subsidy: £500