PE and Sport Premium
During the academic year (2018-19) we received £16,000 + £10 per pupil as a sports premium funding allocation. We used the money to fund new sport and P.E. equipment, transport costs for competitive sporting events, and paying for expert sports coaching and mental health wellbeing was delivered during curriculum time.
Stoneraise School's evaluation of spending for 2017-18 is available to download here: Sports Funding Report
2019 - 2020
Stoneraise School currently receives £17,100. Our school will be Installing a new Netball court area and concentrating on developing our competitive sport this year, working towards the School Games Award. An overview of our year is as follows:
Our plans are to encourage more competitive sport both in school through a high quality sports based curriculum and by competing against other schools throughout the year. We have teamed up with Carlisle United to help develop our curriculum; we look forward to working with them from September 2018 onwards. We will also be having a regular after school activity linked to competitive sport.
To view our plan for Sport development during 209-20, please click here.
We will keep you updated of our progress through our Twitter feed and through our regular newsletters.
Current DfE guidelines require us to publish how many pupils within our Year 6 cohort (20 children) can do the following:
- swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres - 18 children
- use a range of strokes effectively - 18 children
- perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations - 18 children
These figures are based on the children's weekly swimming sessions in Y3/4.
Up to 2018 = Children will complete 2 terms of swimming lessons before they start Y5.
From 2018 = Children will complete 1 term of swimming lessons before they start Y5.
This academic year children from years 3 and 4 will attend 12 swimming sessions during the Spring term.