Clubs

At Misterton Church of England First School, in partnership with Ashlands Church of England First School, we offer a range of clubs that run after school hours and at lunch times.

 

Choir

Miss Ball runs a lunchtime Choir club for Years 1, 2, 3 and 4, where children learn to sing a range of songs, from a variety of genres and styles. As well as learning different techniques used in choir singing.

 

Archery

We are lucky enough to have an external coach, who takes our Archery club at Misterton on Wednesday after school. The children in Years 2, 3 and 4 learn a range of techniques used in Archery to increase aim and accuracy.

 

Mini Red Tennis

We also have an external coach who teaches Mini Red Tennis at Ashlands C of E First School on Thursday for all years. In this club, children learn the basic skills to play Tennis.

 

Cross Country Running

 

Miss Ball runs the Cross Country Running club from Ashlands on Wednesday for Years 2, 3 and 4. They train each week by running cross country routes around Crewkerne, and compete in competitions in the local area regularly.

 

Touch Rugby

Mr Goodison runs a Touch Rugby club on Mondays for Years 1, 2 and 3 where they learn the skills and techniques used in Touch Rugby.

 

LEGO Club

Mr Pearce runs a LEGO club at Ashlands C of E First School on Wednesday for all years, where the children develop their construction skills and use their imaginations to make wonderful creations from LEGO blocks.

 

Forest School Club

Mrs Hooper is running a Forest School club in the amazing Forest School area at Ashlands C of E First School for Years 3 and 4. They learn lots of skills and techniques based around the wilderness, including cooking on an open fire.

 

Multi Skills

Mrs McDermott runs Multi Skills club at Ashlands C of E First School on Tuesdays for Years 1, 2, 3 and 4. This provides the children with a range of skills to equip them for a range of sports and games.

 

Science Club

Miss Wines has run a Science club on Thursday for all years for the whole of the Spring term. They are working towards an award which they will be awarded with when they complete all 8 sessions.

 

Gardening / Wildlife Club

Miss Knight is running a Gardening and Wildlife Club on Thursday for all years. They will help develop the outside spaces around Misterton C of E First School by planting flowers, herbs and vegetables. They will watch them grow and will harvest the produce from their hard work.