This week we voted for our new House Team Captains and Vice Captains. Each child spoke in front of the whole school about why they should be chosen. Here are the nominations and their reasons: The children voted for:
Before Harvest the children were encouraged to make animals at home using recycled materials to tie in with our Environmental Heroes topic. There were some fantastic productions and the children were all very proud to show off their efforts!
As part of our ‘Environmental heroes’ topic we invited staff from Carymoor Recycling centre to visit us. The children had a fantastic morning learning about the importance of recycling through fun and exciting activities. Oak class became pirates and learnt
On Friday afternoon we received a visit from Sam from the Crewkerne branch of the Royal British Legion. However Sam did not come alone, much to the children’s enjoyment he was accompanied by a lion! The visit was in aid
On Friday morning the children were able to get out in the fresh air and go on a welly walk around the village as part of our Environmental Heroes topic. We looked at the environment, took photos and made comparisons
The first run of the Cross Country Club up at Bincombe was great fun! Mr Pearse joined me to support the group of 15 runners. Everyone had bags of energy and the September sunshine kept us all smiling. We will
What a great success sports day was this year! The children started their day in the sun with a 6 activity carousel which included things from Javelin to Target Shooting! After break we moved on to whole school Rounders’ matches,
Both the Ashlands and Misterton Church of England First Schools in Crewkerne have been enjoying the challenge of embedding their Super Six Christian Values across this new academic year benefitting from the positive focus these values bring into our everyday
Just to let you all know that the Year 4 children all left with smiles on their faces, ready for a fun packed few days. Miss Wines will keep you updated on the class page.
On Monday the children spent the morning preparing their Christingles and understanding the meaning of Christingle before walking up to St Leonard’s Church for the service. The children sang beautifully and wonderfully demonstrated their understanding of Christingle to friends and