At Misterton we encourage and support our children to be “courageous advocates”. This means they champion causes which are special and meaningful to them. These may be global issues or matters far more personal and closer to home.
We believe this develops resilience, teamwork, courage and independence and an understanding of the wider world and how they can help make it a better place, enabling our children to flourish.
I am incredibly proud of our children and members of our school community who have championed the work of our NHS and other key support charities over this time of great challenge.
Crewkerne RFC goes to Twickenham
As a club, Crewkerne RFC wanted to give something back to the frontline medical staff who are currently working so hard in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
They also felt they owed them for helping out their players over the years!
All members of the club participated in a combined challenge, where they walked, ran, and cycled with the overall aim to see how many times Crewkerne Rugby Club could cover the 250 miles to Twickenham and back in a week! This included our own Holly and Mrs Goodison.
Holly gave a fantastic effort over the week and contributed over 11 miles to the final total, both on foot and on her bike. Well done Holly!
The club raised over £2300 for this great cause and covered over 4550 miles!
Random Acts of Kindness
Christopher has been delivering little acts of Kindness to help make people smile. What a lovely thing to do!