2016-2017 Academic Year


Subscription to the Hunts Schools Sports Partnership provides us with the following:-

  • The provision of seminars relating to current legislation and the promotion of best practice

  • Providing Specialist Sports Coaches and PE Teachers from Hinchingbrooke School to work alongside Staff at Wheatfields to upskill teaching and support with curriculum planning and high quality teaching
  • Specialist Sports Coaches for extra-curricular clubs, e.g. Tennis, multi-skills, Hockey, Tag-Rugby
  • PE Teacher from HSSP to lead team building workshop for KS2 class
  • Loan of Specialist Sporting Equipment not usually available in Primary Schools
  • External Training Courses for Teaching and Support Staff led by recognised National Sporting Coaches
  • Bikeability (road cycling proficiency) – Safer cycling qualification for Year 6 pupils

Children from Y6 undertook their cycling proficiency tests and gained valuable experience on the roads under supervised sessions with expert coaches.

  • Links to Schools within our cluster group and beyond to establish competitive sporting activities
  • Introduction of pupil school leadership programme. HSSP PE teacher to oversee/initiate programme aimed at Year 5 pupils to assist in PE lessons/lead break time activities in KS1 & KS2
  • Staff twilight on developing intra-school competitions for children to compete within the school

Class teachers were upskilled on a number of different PE aspects including Tag-Rugby, multi-skills, out-door activities, team building, young leaders, gymnastics and athletics.

  • Entry into County competitions:
    • Tag Rugby

    • High 5’s Netball

    • Gymnastics

    • Football County tournaments/Cups

The children managed to reach the regional finals of the Gymnastics completion; the semi-final of the Y6 County football Cup and finish 7th in the Tag-Rugby County tournament.

In addition to the above, we have also subscribed to Next Generation Sports which will provide us with the following:

  • Specific Specialist Coaches in the following areas in curriculum time:
    • Tag Rugby (Autumn)
    • Basketball (Spring)
    • Athletics (Summer)
  • After School Clubs will include:
    • Football (Autumn)
    • Football/Multi-skills (Spring)
    • Football (Summer) 
  • Lunch Time Clubs will include:
    • Dodgeball (Autumn)
    • Soft Tennis (Spring)
    • Badminton (Summer)

Record numbers of children attended after-school clubs hosted by Next Generation Sport. This has encouraged many of our pupils to join local sporting teams in our area to continue their progression in their sporting lives.

We have paid affiliation fees to the Huntingdonshire Football Association in order to become eligible to participate in:

  • ‘A’ County Football Tournament

  • ‘B’ County Football Tournament

  • Year 6 County Cup competition

  • Year 5 County Cup competition

The school has used the funds provided by the Sports premium to cover supply costs for PE activities:

  • Tag Rugby County competition (Autumn)

  • ‘A’ & ‘B’ County Football Tournaments (Autumn)

  • PE courses –Specifically Swimming

  • Change4life club

Acquisition of the following equipment:

  • Sensory circuit equipment (tunnels/mats)

  • New footballs/tennis balls to replace previous worn equipment

  • Storage cages for equipment

  • Pumps and valves for equipment

  • Netball bibs

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017 – Provision of coach allocation (All coaches assigned against year groups curriculum map)

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Year 6 -   Tag Rugby (NG)

Year 4 – Multi-Skills (HSSP)

Year 6 – Tag Rugby (NG)


Spring 1

Spring 2

Year 3 – Mini Tennis (HSSP)


Summer 1

Summer 2

Y4 – Swimming

Year 1 - Tri-Golf (HSSP)

Y5 - Swimming


Over all, the success of hired specialist teachers & sporting professionals have enabled the school to improve the professional development of its staff within PE; encourage wider pupil participation in sport and an active lifestyle; emphasising the importance of a healthy lifestyle; ensure children are giving the opportunity to learn how to swim;  allowing children to participate in extra-curricular sporting activities representing the school and exposing children to a variety of different sports within PE.