Mustard Tree Trust

The Mustard Tree Trust was founded in 2002. They are a Christian charity with an emphasis on children and young people.

Kirstine visits school for collective worship each half term.  In the Autumn Term, we are watching Kirstine’s Advent Collective Worship virtually from our own classrooms.

Here is what the children have to say about Kirstine:

  • She’s fun
  • She’s very funny
  • She also does singing tots, when she’s not at school
  • She chooses someone to be a King or Queen at the end, to challenge us to remember what she has taught us about
  • She teaches us stories from the Bible.
Kirstine came in for collective worship

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