Portraits of the Queen at Cheriton Bishop

By Sue Read   |   Senior Reporter   |
Monday 27th June 2022 11:05 am
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A double row of portraits of the Queen created by pupils of Cheriton Bishop Primary School hung right down through the parish church and back again.  SR 2290
A double row of portraits of the Queen created by pupils of Cheriton Bishop Primary School hung right down through the parish church and back again. SR 2290 (Crediton Courier )

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PART of Cheriton Bishop’s Jubilee celebrations was the display of portraits of the Queen by pupils of the village school.

Four rows hung almost the length of the parish church.

One part was a collaborative portrait made by pupils of Class Two while those in Class One had been exploring “Incredible Transformations”, investigating life cycles and how people change and grow, so they had been marking the Jubilee by looking at the Queen as a baby and grown up.

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