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Sports Premium

Since 2013, the Government has allocated all schools in England a sum of money to improve and develop PE/Sports and the health of all children.  The documents below publish details of how Stocksbridge Junior School spends this funding and intended effect it has had on pupils’ PE and sport participation.

Swimming Results

Our Year 4 children participate in a block of 18 weekly swimming lessons at Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre.  Block 1 runs from September to February; Block 2 runs from February to July.  The Physical Education, Swimming and Outdoor Learning (PESOL) Team deliver swimming lessons to our children and assess their competency in the water against the National Curriculum objectives for swimming and water safety.

   Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres  National Curriculum* Use a range of strokes effectively Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations
Y6 2017-18
(Y4 2015-16)
Block 1 = 61.29%
Block 2 (Class 1) = 47.06%
Block 2 (Class 2) = 42.86%
Block 1 = 58.06%
Block 2 (Class 1) = 47.06%
Block 2 (Class 2) = 42.86%


 Y6 2018-19
(Y4 2016-17)
Block 1 = 51.14%
Block 2 (Class 1) = 72.22%
Block 2 (Class 2) = 75.76%
Block 1 = 57.14%
Block 2 (Class 1) = 72.22%
Block 2 (Class 2) = 75.76%


 Y6 2019-20
(Y4 2017-18)
Block 1 = 76.47%
Block 2 (Class 1) = 68.75%
Block 2 (Class 2) = 62.07%
Block 1 = 76.47%

Block 2 (Class 1) = 68.75% 
Block 2 (Class 2) = 44.83%

Block 2 (Class 1) = 100%
Block 2 (Class 2) = 96.55%
*Until Block 2 of the 2017-18 academic year, The Sheffield PESOL Team reported the objectives for using a range of strokes and performing safe self-rescue under the combined heading of 'National Curriculum'.  The data they provide can be downloaded from the foot of this webpage.

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