The Call to Participate in Public Life Gathering Be sure to begin each session by establishing a sense of welcome and hospitality. If participants do not already know one another well, you may wish to do an icebreaker.
Nine Court Fields boys played their part in this victory including a try from Evan Greening and a conversion from Jonty Ogilvie. Wellington, for a lot of this first, were penned into their 22 by a relentless Taunton attack with big hits coming in. Taunton had a chance to take the lead via a penalty right in front of the posts.
They opted for a kick at the posts but somehow, the fly half hit the crossbar and it ricocheted back into play. Wellington scored a try via the number 8 barrelling over the line to score.
The try was then converted by the fly half Jonty Ogilvie. When the first half was coming to a close Taunton scored a controversial try to make it to wellington.
A difficult angle and gusty conditions meant converting this try would be difficult. Despite this, Jonty put in maximum effort and the ball shaved the posts; unfortunately, not on the inside though. Jonty Ogilvie was subbed just as Wellington were given a penalty in front of the posts.
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Jack Higgs picked up a bouncing ball and made a run down the wing to then pop the ball off to the number 8 to score his second try and to make to Wellington. The game was almost over when Taunton pushed over the line for their second try of the game, the fly half missing again.
Late in the game, the Wellington captain received a yellow card, reducing the team down to 14, but they held on, getting a final penalty, which the scrum half gleefully kicked out of play to bring an end to the match.
The final whistle went and Wellington under 15s had made history in their town, and the celebrations could begin, once the cup had been awarded and all the players received their medals.
During the week we had various activities happening each day, including sponsor silences, cakes sales, nail bar, quizzes, non-uniform day plus lots more. The student carried bricks and planks of wood as this is how the children in Madagascar often have to walk each day when they go to school.
The children then use the wood and bricks for desks and chairs when they get to school. With the money already raised this year we will now be able to pay for a classroom extension on the school which Court Fields has already paid for.
This will mean that the older students will now be able to go to school nearer their homes and not need to walk long distances for their education, or carry planks of wood and bricks each day. This has paid for three water projects and a primary school, which we will be able to build an extra classroom on this year.
These projects would not have been possible without the time, hard work, compassion and generosity of everyone at Court Fields School. We can be truly proud of the differences we have all made to the harsh daily lives of the people in these villages in Madagascar. Our next main fundraising event will be a Christmas Craft Fair, which will be held on Saturday 10th November, We are now taking applications from stall holders.
Already we have had over enquiries! Please contact the school if you would like any information or can offer any help or support for our fundraising.
Thank you all, past and present staff, students and parents for this fantastic achievement. Thanks to the amazing generosity of Maidenhead Aquatics and Andrew Paxton from Interpet in Taunton, the students at the school are now enjoying learning about these beautiful fish and their habitat.
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Students are also benefitting from the therapeutic qualities of the new aquarium. If you are interested in volunteering in the base, please contact Helen Towler-Williams via the school office.
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