Physical Education

PE and Sport Premium Funding

Physical activity plays an important part of the curriculum at Lisburne school, supporting children to progress and build confidence in their physical development.  The government funding provided to primary schools helps us to continue to provide and improve the quality of PE and sports at our school.

In addition to the statutory swimming lessons, money has been allocated to provide opportunities for children to attend swimming sessions on a 1:1 or small group basis to gain experience and confidence prior to accessing formal lessons.

The funding is also used to provide rebound therapy for a large number of our children to attend Jump Space.  Rebound therapy supports the development of motor skills, body awareness, balance, coordination and communication.

We continue to be a member of SHAPE (Stockport Schools Health, Activity, Physical Education & Sport Alliance), which enables us to participate in competitions against other local primary schools.

All children are all given the opportunity to participate in an activity/sport that is different to the norm, for example: sailing, indoor rock climbing or horse riding.  These activities usually take place in the Summer term.

Our current Physical Education Allocation is as follows:

PE Funding Allocation 2020 2021

PE and Sport Premium Funding Impact:

Please view the evidence and impact of our 2019-2020 allocation by clicking here

Lisburne School Allocation 2019 – 2020:

Total Income £17310

Initiative Activity Spend


(Stockport Schools Health, Activity, Physical Education & Sport Alliance)

Being a member of shape will enable us to continue to attend competitions across a range of physical activities eg boccia, golf & athletics.


We will be able to enter the Be Inspired competitions held during the Spring/Summer term.


We will have support with regards to reporting to Sports England on how we allocated our PE funding.

£ 330

Jump Space Rebound Therapy

To enable pupils to access rebound therapy, support gross motor skills development, balancing & communication skills of the pupils attending.


Swimming Sessions

To increase the number of pupils attending swimming sessions to experience opportunities in water in a swimming baths environment to prepare them for swimming lessons.

£ 985

Physical Activity Sessions

To provide opportunities for pupils to attend off site venues to experience physical activities to promote movement and gross motor skills.

£ 985

Dance Festivals/ Performances

To enable pupils to participate in dance festivals and performances.

£ 250

Outward Bound Activities during Sports Week

To allow pupils to try new physical activities in an outdoor environment.  This will support pupils physical and communication development.

(The spend includes carry over of £1393 from 2019/2020 due to sports week not going ahead – coronavirus).



£ 572 (20/21)

Sports Week

To enable pupils to participate in a variety of activities that are not accessed through PE curriculum lessons eg tumble track, Taekwondo etc.



To purchase new resources and replenish existing resources.



To hire additional transport to participate in external activities/competitions with other schools.

£ 300

Sports Coach

For an external coach to deliver a range of PE/sports sessions during Spring/Summer terms across the setting.



For training to be delivered to all staff with support from OT

£ 200


To devise & implement new assessment tool to assess pupil’s development (to replace life after P Levels)

£   75