2014-2015 Academic Year


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

  • 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

    Year 5 teaching staff benefited from curriculum support via a PE specialist in gymnastics. The teams planning, delivery and assessment improved because of the supported provided. Members of the team commented on the use of vocabulary given during the sessions and how they now use it to continue to develop the children within their classes.

    Year 4 teaching staff benefited from curriculum support via a PE specialist in Athletics. The team learnt new activities to give to the children to ensure that progression during that lesson was achieved. Terminology and level of expectations were also taken on board to improve their own practice in the future.

  • Specialist Sports Coaches for extra curricular clubs, e.g. Tennis and Change for Life intervention group

    Children participated in an after-school Hockey Club and Tri Golf club. Children responded well to an alternative sport to participate in after school.

  • PE Teacher from HSSP to lead Problem Solving, Multi Skills and Athletics during curriculum time

    Year 4 benefited from the team building/problem solving morning as the children within that cohort were identified as requiring support in this area. The morning provided the teaching team with activities and challenges that benefited their own professional development which enabled them to carry on the lessons learnt during the morning for the remainder of the year.

  • 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

    PE coordinator attended PE conference day which resulted in the collection of new legislation/curriculum guidelines/resources/planning ideas/networking opportunities.

    Members of staff attended a Swimming course to learn new teaching techniques and to renew their confidence in teaching the subject.

  • Bikeability (road cycling proficiency) – Safer cycling for years 3, 4 & 5 pupils (Summer Term)

    Year 3 & 4 participated in the first stage of their cycling proficiency. The children were taught how to look after/maintain their own bikes and then were asked to complete certain activities to improve their cycling confidence. The children revelled in the experience.

  • Links to Schools within our cluster group and beyond to establish competitive sporting activities

  • Taking part in Cambridgeshire Cross Country Championships (to be held at Priory Park, St Neots)

    School PE target achieved in addressing the lack of inter-school competitions. Children participating did remarkably well and enjoyed the experience.

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

In addition to the above, we have also subscribed to The Academy of Sports Development which will provide us with the following:-

  •  Specific Specialist Coaches in the following areas in curriculum time:-
    • Basket Ball

    • Team Building

    • Ice Hockey

    • Futsall

Children were taught by specialist coaches who delivered sessions designed to stretch progression and kindle engagement.

  • After School Clubs will include:

    • Football

In addition to the above, we have also employed the services of Next Generation Sports who will provide us with the following:-

  • Lunch time School Clubs will include:

    • Tag Rugby

Some of this Funding has been set aside to cover the cost of Supply Teachers when Staff are attending courses.

Teachers were released from their classrooms to attend courses to assist with their own professional development within PE.

Some of this Funding has been set aside to cover the cost of coaches to accompany teams to sporting events.

Huntingdonshire F.A annual subscription – Football teams from Wheatfields are invited to participate in annual County tournaments.

For the first time in a number of years, Wheatfields were able to field a football team to participate in competitive matches against other schools. Children travelled to different venues acting as ambassadors and take experience the privilege of representing their school.



 ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015




Basketball – Year 6 – ASD specialist sports coach

Gymnastics – Year 5 – HSSP specialist PE teacher

Football – Year 2 - HUNTS FA specialist coach

Team Building – Year 4 HSSP specialist PE teacher

Change for Life Club – Years 3 & 4 -

Team Leaders – Year 5

Sports Afternoon – Years 1 & 2

Problem Solving – Year 6

INSET – For Teaching Staff and TA’s Provided by HSSP

Football – Year 1



Loan of Indoor Athletics Equipment – Whole School

Ice Hockey – Year 6

Futsall – G&TProvided by HUNTS FA



Bikeability – Years 3, 4 & 5 - Provided by Cambs County Council



Swimming – Year 4

Striking, Fielding, Throwing, Catching Skills

– Year 2


Outdoor Adventurous Activity