Welcome to Misterton C of E First School. A very warm welcome to the parents and families of our new children. The children have all settled in really well with our new teacher Miss Knight.
In June, Lincoln, Luke and Callum were invited to go along for a trial for the Exeter City FC Advanced Development Centre. It offers children the opportunity to develop their football ability and skills in weekly training sessions. We are very
Misterton Fete Committee set our school the challenge of creating a wildlife picture as part of this years Art competition. The children were very creative and thank you to all the children for taking part. The winners are:- Samuel Tucker
Congratulations Samuel A very big well done to Samuel, who participated for the first time in the Crewkerne Triathlon, an event that includes swimming, cycling and running. A brilliant achievement! Well done from all of us at Misterton First School.
Children from across the Federation travelled with parents to Wells to parade through Wells City Centre and spend the afternoon dancing on the green in front of the spectacular Wells Cathedral on a glorious sunny afternoon. “Although it was hot,
Country Dancing On Sunday, Mrs Dawson, Mrs Diaper and Mrs Parry accompanied the country dancers to Misterton Village Fete. It was a very hot day and the children were brilliant. They performed four dances and then invited partners from the
On Friday 16th June, Mr Dennis (Harry’s Dad) came into school with a very special cheque presentation from Mann & Hummel for our Friends of Misterton School. Mr Dennis works for Mann & Hummel and he nominated FOMS as his
On Monday the children had a very special delivery of eggs! Mr Diaper brought in some chicken eggs for the children to watch hatch open. The eggs were kept warm in an incubator in Oak Class. On Tuesday the children
The Year 1 children were invited to Perrott Hill School to take part in Forest School activities. They had an amazing time and made some creative art pieces. They made bows, clocks, necklaces, bracelets and dream catchers. The children worked
Oak class were very lucky to go on their school trip to Charmouth. Fortunately the rain held off and we were able to go fossil hunting. We had a very detailed talk from the Heritage Centre staff and watched a