Peterchurch Primary School

 

Welcome to the Cherry Class page

 Years 2 and 3

Teachers Miss Sharpe

TA- Mrs Reynolds and Miss Hathaway

Curriculum Overviews

Please click on the attachment below to find out more about the Curriculum content for each class.

Cherry Curriculum Overview 2021-2022Cherry Curriculum Overview Autumn 1 2021

Cherry Curriculum Overview Autumn 2 2021

Cherry Curriculum Overview Spring 1 2022

Cherry Curriculum Overview Spring 2 2022

Autumn

Cherry Class studied Italy for our Harvest Festival exhibition and how to sew a bunch of grapes, using a range of different stitches.

Harvest Festival Sewing

Harvest Grapes

 

We have begun our ‘Class RE Big Book’ displaying creative and reflective pieces of work demonstrating our understanding of varying religions.  This Autumn we have explored the question: What do Christians learn from the creation story?

RE Big Book

 

We kicked off the Autumn term by exploring the text, The King Who Banned the Dark by Emily Haworth-Booth.  The children put on their reporting hats and presented their findings as a fantastic newspaper report utilising their digital literacy skills to edit their writing.

Newspaper Reports

 

Cherry Class heard that a toy shop has been receiving a lot of complaints because the car ramps they are selling are not allowing the cars to travel very far.  We found out that the shiny card was the best material to use for the car ramp because it allowed the car to travel furthest.

 Materials Experiment

 

 

In December, we were lucky enough to have Mrs Humberstone in to widen our understanding of Japan and some of it's traditions. We explored lots of exciting artefacts and learnt how to say and write some key Japanese phrases. Our afternoon was topped off with some refreshments. Cherry Class had the opportunity to try some sushi and green tea.

Japanese Flag

Japanese Writing

Sushi!

Spring

 

Cherry Class had a special visitor from Hidden Herefordshire this term. Initially, Tim welcomed us his exciting and varied museum. The museum was full of bones, creatures and fossils. This got us thinking about clues and how to identify objects. We then explored our outdoor environment to collect creatures and used identification charts to examine these creatures further.