Our school has an excellent reputation for taking part in local Sports tournaments and for providing a wide range of coaching within school.
The children will gt experience of :
Children in KS2 all go swimming for half of each acadmic year. Swimming takes place at Carnforth High School Pool on a Friday afternoon in curriculum time. The aim is that all children can swim beyond the 25m curriculum target and are happy and safe in the water.
Year 4 and Year 6 go for the Autumn Term and 1st half of the Spring Term.
Year 3 and Year 5 go for the 2nd half of the Spring Term and all the Summer Term.
Please find attached the summary of PE fnding for 2013/14 and its use along with proposals for use of the funding in 2014/15 and indicators of success.
Sports Fixtures Autumn Term 2014|
Boys Cricket (Y6) 6 a side at Heysham High School Monday 1st December 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Girls Cricket (Y6) 6 a side at Heysham High School Monday 8th December 3:30 - 5:30 p.m
We still remember...
Congratulations to the Year 6 football team - winners at Wembley!
Slyne-with-Hest St Luke’s CE Primary School, representing Morecambe FC were crowned Champions of the npower Football League Kids Cup.
Playing on Wembley’s hallowed turf before the League Two Play-Off final between Bradford and Northampton, Slyne-with-Hest St Luke’s beat Gillingham representatives Minterne Junior School 2-1 in a thrilling final.
The Lancashire school raced into a commanding 2-0 lead, but had to survive a late onslaught, as Minterne pulled a goal back and were pushing hard for an equaliser at the death.
The victory capped off an outstanding campaign, which saw St Luke’s progress through local and regional phases of the national schools competition, before their big day at Wembley.
As well as getting to play on the pitch, the kids enjoyed a full cup final experience with a tour of the stadium and were presented with their trophy in the Royal Box – just like the pros.
And npower’s Clare McDougall said: “It was a game of exceptional quality, but Slyne-with-Hest St Luke’s just had the edge and deserved their victory.
“It’s such a shame there had to be a loser in this match, but Minterne Junior School were worthy finalists and fully contributed to a brilliant game.”
(Lancashire Evening Post)