Partner offers

We work with various local and national organisations within Cheshire and Warrington, many of which have offers that aim to enhance and improve your school’s provision. These organisations include:

Primary School Physical Literacy Framework

The framework has been developed by a number of national organisations who we work in partnership to support those working in primary schools to consider how best they can structure their PE and school sport provision. The framework aims to ensure maximum opportunity is provided to develop the physical literacy of all primary schools and their pupils.

The framework can be found below.

Youth Sport Trust (YST)

To help schools maximise their primary school sport premium funding, the Youth Sport Trust (YST) have put together a comprehensive guide on what to consider before making investment decisions. This can be found using the link below.

In addition to this, the YST have also created a separate self-review tool to help you to assess your school’s current provision and outcomes in PE and school sport, and then identify priorities for development. Please see link below titled ‘Youth Sport Trust Self Review Tool’.

Committed to using the power of sport to transform the lives of young people? Then why not join the YST. Benefits include resources, training and programmes – for more information click here

association for Physical Education (afPE)

afPE works with members to ensure that any professional learning meets your individual needs and supports PE professionals in achieving the new professional standards. The Professional Support Unit has a variety of opportunities available all delivered by high quality effective national deliverers.

The documents that can be found here are intended to support primary schools in making judgments about how to use their share of the School Sport Premium. It provides a starting point for debate and discussion to ensure a sustainable strategy for a lasting legacy. It has been jointly developed by afPE and YST for the Department for Education.

The afPE Quality Mark will recognise, through a succinct self review and evaluation process, the strength and quality of physical education and sport in your school. It will raise the profile of the subject and the school both locally and nationally and will promote the high quality work that is being undertaken on a day to day basis. High quality physical education and sport makes a difference to the learning and experiences of children and young people both within the subject and more widely across the curriculum. The afPE Quality Mark will recognise this.

sports coach UK (scUK)

scUK’s PE and school sport resources allow head teachers to access all the information they require to maximise the impact a sports coach can have in their school – from finding a coach and inducting them in your school, through to suggesting additional training.

The new Coaching in Primary Schools Portal has been developed by sports coach UK in collaboration with national partners - the Association for Physical Education, County Sports Partnership Network, Compass, Sport England and the Youth Sport Trust.

Through the Primary PE and Sport Premium, primary schools in England now have additional funding to enhance their PE and school sport offer to children. Many schools have identified a role for sports coaching through this additional funding. Coaches can perform a valuable role in supporting and up-skilling teachers to improve the delivery of physical education in primary schools as well as providing breakfast, lunchtime and after school clubs. Head Teachers and Primary PE Leads are extremely busy, so here is the essential information for all schools:

  • Coaches should only be employed through the Premium funding when a need has been identified by the school’s PE and school sport review
  • Your local County Sports Partnership can help you identify a suitable coach
  • The Portal offers a free self-review tool to ensure your use of coaches is both effective and sustainable
  • Coaches should not be used to displace teachers during curriculum time

scUK also offers a range of workshops ideal for teachers and coaches, including: · Delivering PE lessons. · The FUNdamentals of Movement series · Coaching the Whole Child: Positive Development Through Sport · Positive Behaviour Management in Sport · Safeguarding and Protection Children scUK has also supported some National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) to develop primary school specific training for teachers and coaches. More information on the additional training for teachers and coaches in schools can be found

here

School Games Organisers (SGO)

The School Games Organiser (SGO) position is an exciting role specifically developed to support the delivery of the Sainsbury’s School Games and Change4Life in schools across the country.

The role is orientated around 5 ‘core tasks’ designed to provide a focus for an SGOs work programme. The core tasks for 2014-15 are as follows:

Participation: Drive participation in School Games competition and increase the number of young people taking part in competition.

Competition for All: Develop competitive opportunities for all, including the least active.

Clubs: Increase regular participation in club sport; involve the least active through Change4Life Sports Clubs and increase links to local clubs.

Workforce: Broaden participation opportunities through volunteering and workforce roles.

Performance: Establish key performance

There are 8 SGOs across Cheshire & Warrington. Each SGO is located at a hub site, which corresponds to the original School Sport Partnership locations. For Cheshire and Warrington, this is as follows:

Cheshire East:

Contact: Niall McGregor mcgregorn@ruskin.cheshire.sch.uk

Covering Area: Crewe and Nantwich

Location: Ruskin High School, Ruskin Road, Crewe, CW2 7JT

Contact: Rosie Harris rharris@wilmslowhigh.cheshire.sch.uk

Covering Area: Macclesfield

Location: Wilmslow High School, Holly Road, Wilmslow, SK9 1LZ

Contact: Rachel Banister RBanister@sandhigh.cheshire.sch.uk

Covering Area: Sandbach

Location: Sandbach High School & Sixth Form College, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, CW11 3NT

Cheshire West and Chester:

Contact: Elizabeth Newstead enewstead@blaconhigh.cheshire.sch.uk and Claire Smedley claire.smedley@blaconhigh.cheshire.sch.uk

Covering Area: Chester

Location: Blacon High School, Melbourne Road, Blacon, Chester, CH1 5JH

Contact: Mark Poole

MPoole@uceacademy.org

Covering Area: Ellesmere Port

Location: University Church of England Academy, Woodchurch Lane, Ellesmere Port CH66 3NG

Contact: Chris Story chris.story@hartfordhigh.co.uk

Covering Area: Northwich and Winsford

Location: Hartford High School, Chester Road, Hartford CW8 1LH

Warrington:

Contact: Colin Grady

cgrady@lymmhigh.org.uk

Covering Area: Lymm

Location: Lymm High School, Oughtrington Lane, Lymm, WA13 0RB

Contact: Penny Moorfield MoorfieldP@wb.warr.ac.uk

Covering Area: Warrington

Location: William Beamont Academy, Long Lane, Orford, WA2 6PX

English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS)

The EFDS has developed the Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All Inclusive PE training which is a Paralympic legacy initiative. It provides free training and resources to teachers, trainee teachers and other school staff. The resources are designed to improve the quality of PE provision for young disabled people and pupils with special educational needs in mainstream schools.

The resources and training will help develop knowledge, skills and confidence, to support you to ensure all pupils are engaged and make good progress within PE. These are essential components in outstanding teaching.

To find out more please click here

Department for Education (DfE)

The DfE has published a set of case studies from primary schools across the country highlighting good practice including different approaches and methods of deployment of the funding which other schools may wish to adopt;

Good Practice Case Studies


Sport England - Primary PE & Sport Premium Films

Sport England, along with national partners has produced a series of short films exemplifying the effective use of the Primary PE & Sport Premium.

Click on the links below to access the videos:

National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs)

Many of the NGBs have put together documents to help primary schools to deliver appropriate activities within their school. The documents also include information about teacher training, coach education, resources for staff and exit routes to community sports clubs.

Documents below are provided as a starting point. To find out more what products and services that may be most suited to your schools please contact Nont Iamkamphaeng on 01606 330212 or email primary@activecheshire.org

Archery - Primary School Support Offer

Athletics - Primary School Support Offer

Badminton - Primary School Support Offer

Baseball/Softball - Primary School Support offer

Basketball - Primary School Support Offer

Cricket - Primary School Support Offer

Cycling - Primary School Support Offer

Fencing - Primary School Support Offer

Football - Primary School Support Offer

Goalball - Primary School Support Offer

Golf - Primary School Support Offer

Gymnastics - Primary School Support Offer

Handball - Primary School Support Offer

Hockey - Primary School Support Offer

Judo - Primary School Support Offer

Lacrosse - Primary School Support Offer

Netball - Primary School Support Offer

Orienteering - Primary School Support Offer

Rounders - Primary School Support Offer

Rugby Union - Primary School Support Offer

Squash/Racketball - Primary School Support Offer

Swimming - Primary School Support Offer

Table Tennis - Primary School Support Offer

Related Files

Physical Literacy Framework
Youth Sport Trust Self Review Tool
School Sport Coaching Guidance for Primary Head Teachers