Despite the rain, Oak class enjoyed a trip to Corfe Castle. The children are learning all about castles and materials, so it was a wonderful opportunity to see an old castle and what it was made of. They even managed
The children had a great time on Wednesday making and eating pancakes! They shook the mixture, cooked the batter, added their toppings and rolled the pancakes ready for eating. What a shame it isn’t pancake day every week!
The children celebrated the Chinese New Year today at school and enjoyed a Chinese meal with chop sticks.
The School Council have been working hard to raise money for new bins for the school. The children looked through brochures and decided they would like pencil shaped bins; one for general waste and one for recycling. The
Following applications to Sport England’s Primary Spaces Fund, the Crewkerne and Misterton Federation are thrilled to have been awarded £17,400 to Ashlands Church of England First School and £18,500 to Misterton Church of England First School! The Fund is investing