Children & Young People's Projects

On this page you will see some of the fantastic work that Rotarians are doing to support the lives of children & young people within our communities.

 

Rotary's own projects such as Kids Out and Youth Speak are complimented by our own contributions to support youth groups, schools, individuals needing support as well as our new initiative of introducing drama and literature in to schools

KIDS OUT

This project is a fantastic example of Rotarians from across the District joining forces to offer primary school children with personal challenges the chance to enjoy a day out at Creally Park near Exeter with the 2019 event being held on June 12th.

 

Pictures from this years event can bee seen in the picture gallery below

(please note that parental permission was granted to publish these photographs)

TRAVEL BURSARY

 

The Club was delighted to prpesent a cheque for £100 to Evie Hill to support her vocational and educational trip to Borneo in June 2019.

 

Rotary support an array of youth projects with small bursaries to individuals being an important part of what we do.

 

THE THREE THESPIANS

 

Late in 2017 Langport & Somerton Rotary Club was invited to take part in a Joint Initiative with Ilminster Rotary Club aimed at helping Secondary and Primary school pupils understand and interpret plays and poems on their English syllabus. 

 

Kirsty Hughes and Owen Paterson began this project but recognised the benefit of including talent from Langport & Somerton as well.  Roger Chadbourne joined them and so began a voluntary free-of-cost project which now covers much of South Somerset.

 

GCSE English students at Wadham School in Crewkerne have been treated to performance readings by The Three Thespians from the works of Shakespeare, other playrights and also eminent poets. First Schools including Huish Episcopi, St Barts, Hinton St George, Trull, Bishop Henderson and Greenfylde have also been motivated to enjoy a wide range of poems covering ages from 4 to 11.

 

At a time when school budgets have been slashed and teachers’ available time increasingly slashed, the two Rotary Clubs recognise the value and importance of this initiative.  South Somerset Education Department’s Literacy Committee has also been promoting the service.

 

Have a look at the picture montage below to see what we get up to!

 

We meet on Thursdays at 6.30pm

 

The Langport Arms

Cheapside

Langport

TA10 9PD

Somerset

 

 

 

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