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Welcome to Cherry Class 

Cherry Class

 Cherry is taught by:  

Mrs Prebble, Mrs Coe, Miss Gilkes

and Miss Kaushal. 

In Cherry Class we live through the school values of Grace, Courage and Friendship. We support each other to do the best learning we can. 


This term our topic is:

London and the British Isles 


Week ending 09.02.24 Visit to Big Pig and Creative Writing

Week ending 26.01.24 Art Styrofoam Printing Plans

Week ending 05.01.24 PE and Geography

Year 3 and 4 Spelling Words and Handwriting Sheets

Class Notices:

SUPER SIX: Please could you help your child to make sure they have the essential items at school: writing pen, pencil, rubber, ruler, pencil sharpener & glue stick. 


P.E.: Cherry Class have PE on Tuesday and Thursday. The children will need to wear their PE kits to school - not their school uniform. They will remain to their PE kits all day. Please still ensure that all items are labelled. 


Homework: Maths or English are set on Fridays, to be returned by the following Thursday. It is expected that children read at least 5 x per week at home. They will  receive house points for doing their homework well. Children may read independently, but we encourage parents to listen to them read aloud and discuss the text as often as possible. 


Spellings will be taught at school every week.


News from the classroom (29th January - 2nd February)


This half term we will be looking at poetry and we will be studying a poem called the Sound Collector. This week we finished editing our poems and performed them to each other. 



In Maths year 4 have been looking at dividing 2 and 3 digit numbers by a 1 digit number and we have started our topic on measures. Year 3 have also been studying measures. 


History and Geography

This week we have been thinking about how London has changed over time and how much it has grown. 



In hockey this week we were practising blocking and playing small sided games. We also did some fitness circuits.



In Art the children will be studying the work of Banksy and creating their own graffiti style art. They have been creating their own stencils.



This week we were looking at how plants transport water. 



In computing this half term we are learning what a database is. This week we went on the laptops and created a database of our own and then looked at how to make charts and graphs from the data. 



In PSHE we will be thinking about our dreams and goals. This week we thought about advice to give to people whose dreams have been broken and how to help them to develop resilience. We then acted out the scenarios.

Book Week

Audio books can be found here www.worldbookday/world-of-stories/ 


Reading Gives You Wings!                

Read a book (or even two!) and review it on Our Reading Den:

Not sure what to read next? Take a look at the ideas in the links below:


Below are some links to websites which you can use to supplement your learning at home. Most of them we also use in school. 

Useful learning apps for tablets


Spelling Shed



If you have any more suggestions please let me know so that we can share them with other parents.

Week ending 08.12.23 Nativity &History demonstration (Moving stones for pyramid building!)

Week ending 01.12.23 DT Shaduf lever making and Tag Rugby

Week ending 17.11.23 Ancient Egyptian Workshop

Week ending 09.11.23 - Cartouche finished models

Week 13.10.23 DT Clay Cartouche and Maths Teachers

Week 06.10.23 RE- Hinduism and Divali dancing

Week 29.09.23 Art- Egyptian Silhouettes

Week 22.09.23 Freeze frame PE and paired writes in English

Week 15.09.23 PE and Art

Week 08.09.23 First Week of Cherry

Learning in Books- Art, Homework Projects, Geography 28.04

Baking Bread in DT 14.07.23

Maths Shopping Role Play, Languages at The Big Pig and Athletics. Week 26.05.23

Spring Concert and PE games at Mumbery Week 15.05.23

Coronation Celebrations 05.05.23

Forensics, Breakdance Class and Science Instruments 31.03.23

Fractions with year 4

Art sculptures and Book Day!

World Thinking Day and Sports at The Piggott School

Synagogue Trip and Hanging Around In Trees!

E Safety, Historical Concepts and Viking Figurehead Sculptures

Forest School and Children Teaching Maths

Science Materials- how do molecules behave in solids, liquids and gases?

Forest School

RE lesson -How special is the relationship that Jews have with God?

Creating objects used in the Bronze Age

Finding textures to create cave paintings