Sports Funding 2014-15

Coldfair Green Primary School received £8,323 in 2014-2015

How we spent the Sports Premium funding in 2014-15:

  • Investment in the professional development of staff at our school so they are best equipped to teach high quality Physical Education and school sport for years to come. This included providing cover to release staff to work with our qualified PE teacher (£1000).
  • Employing a qualified Physical Education teacher to raise standards across the school (£4500), plus money from dedicated school budget to be added to PE premium money to increase PE opportunities for all children. Continue intra school competitions; work closely with two high schools to use young sports leaders to facilitate additional clubs.
  • Continued membership of the Alde Valley Sport Network (£1000)
  • Setting up and subsidising new KS1 sporting opportunities (£300)
  • Increasing the amount of competitive sport in which our children participate at KS1 (£350)
  • Subsidising offsite swimming in order to ensure that every child can swim by the end of Year 6 (£1000)
  • Making links to other community sports providers – encouraging pupils to join out of school sports clubs
  • Encouraging our children to improve their leadership skills through sport – through our Year 6 Sports Leaders (£300)
  • Developing intra-school competitions and providing training and payment for Learning Support Assistants to introduce playground games at lunchtimes and after school. Making full use of the new play facility (£250)
  • Purchasing equipment to offer access to new sports and physical activities as relevant (£300).

Total £9000 (additional £700 from school budget)

A large range of Extra-Curricular Opportunities

KS1 Rugby

KS2 Rugby

KS1 Football

KS2 Football

KS2 Tennis

KS2 Hockey

KS2 Netball

KS2 Athletics

KS 2 Cricket

KS2 Dance

KS1 Dance

KS2 Rounders



Folk Dance

Sports Day

Every child takes part in a competitive Sports Day. In the morning, the school is vertically grouped using the house system. Pupils complete a number of challenges against the clock, accumulating team points. In the afternoon, every pupil competes in at least one track event during an athletics meeting and then the Year 5/6 children finish the day with a tug of war competition.

Future Developments

  • Continue to develop our extra-curricular opportunities, particularly focusing on Key stage 1.
  • To increase the amount of inter-school competition for Key Stage 1 pupils.
  • To employ a specialist PE teacher who will work alongside class teachers to up skill them, build confidence and assist with planning and delivering PE unit.
  • Continue to provide a wide range of opportunities for children to participate in all forms of sport.