TWO Crewkerne schools have brought an inaugural year in partnership to a close with a special ‘celebration day’.

Pupils enjoyed fun in the sun as Ashlands and Misterton First schools came together for a round of inflatable golf and an accent up the climbing wall.

Children also took part in forest school, and created willow butterflies.

Lisa Carter, Ashlands school business manager, said: “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 they bring to our lives across personal, social and academic learning.

“To bring our first year with our new values and vision to a celebratory close the federation chose to hold a celebration day at Ashlands, immersing the children from both schools in a day of fun tasks and activities engaging them with each of our super six values of Trust, Respect, Friendship, Forgiveness, Compassion and Aspiration all rooted in Love.

“A massive picnic lunch brought the children all together between taking part in a range of activities including taking on climbing wall and forest school rope challenges, inflatable crazy golf, cooking and friendship bracelet making.”