Produce brought by pupils at St John’s C of E Primary School, Wellington to their Harvest Festival service at St John’s Church has been donated to Taunton Association for the Homeless. Rosie Sandy, representing the charity, visited the school to collect the donations.
Children in Years 4 and 5 from the school were invited to try out equipment at the new Flipout centre at Chelston, Wellington, before its grand opening to the public last week.
After an informative briefing pupils and staff sampled the trampolines, foam pit and ninja warrior style course.
Mary Clothier, St John’s Acting Headteacher, said, “It was great to see the children taking part in exercise in such a fun and engaging way. The staff were really enthusiastic and supportive of the children. Afterwards, they came back to school buzzing with excitement. We look forward to building further links with Flipout and exploring ways to be innovative about how this style of exercise can be incorporated into the PE curriculum.”