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Slyne-With-Hest St Luke's Church of England Primary School

Listen, learn, love and laugh as part of God's family

Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Our teacher is Mr Atkinson (Mrs Charman teaches us on a Wednesday afternoon and Mr Bowden on a Thursday afternoon)

We are helped by Mrs Barnes.

Year 6 Curriculum Information

One Planet One Life Workshops - Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th December

Year 6 enjoyed two Zoom workshops with Dr Jan Maskell from Scientists for Global Responsibility this week.

They learnt a lot about climate change and their carbon footprints.

Maya afternoon - Tuesday 10th November

Another great afternoon of learning. The children asked some fantastic questions about the Maya civilisation.


Archery- Monday 9th November

Y6 had a fantastic afternoon of archery. The weather was very kind to us. After a short rain shower at the start of the afternoon, we had blue skies and sunshine.

All information below relates to last years class (2019  - 2020). It gives you an overview of what the children enjoyed up to lockdown. This year, while following a similar curriculum overview, there will be changes to the content and delivery to meet the needs of the new group of children. Watch this space to see more information and in time see some pictures of the children at work.

Hothersall Lodge 2019


What a fantastic week we had at Hothersall Lodge this year.  The children were amazing and learned so much about themselves and each other.  They forged new friendships, learned new skills and challenged themselves.  The walk to Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Janet's Foss was enjoyed by everyone.  Each day the children had activities that made them work together as a team, conquer their fears and develop strategies to overcome problems.  They enjoyed shelter building, canoeing, climbing, orienteering, biking, archery and team challenge as well as the fantastic night activities which included man hunt ( guess whose team won???), a night walk, beetle drive and a film night.  As always the food was lovely with plenty of choice for everyone and the children had a great time spending their money at the tuck shop. We had a very early wake up call with the fire alarm, again the children were sensible and we were very proud of them. 


The staff also had a fantastic time again because of the behaviour, attitude and resilience of the children.  So a big thank you from

Mr A, Mrs Barnes, Mrs Bennett, Mrs Chippendale and Mrs Winder.