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Christ Church Ainsworth Parish Church We are very proud of our heritage and status as a faith school and foster links with our wider church community. To access the church's web site please follow the link provided www.ainsworthparish.org.uk

Christ Church Ainsworth Parish Church  We are very proud of our heritage and status as a faith school and foster links with our wider church community.  To access the church's web site please follow the link provided  www.ainsworthparish.org.uk 1

            

 

Community Christmas

Ainsworth Methodist Church kindly invited us to decorate a Christmas tree along with other organisations from our area decorating their own trees. Our children and staff designed some fantastic decorations to adorn the tree. 
Well done everyone!
Please take a look at the slideshow of the decorated trees. They look wonderful!

 

 

'Community Christmas Spirit'

All classes took part in our ‘Community Christmas Spirit’. This was an opportunity for us to give something back to our community by inviting them into school to celebrate Christmas. Each class performed a Christmas song whilst our guests enjoyed mulled wine and mince pies. 
Well done to all the children and we hope our guests had a lovely afternoon.

Mrs McGadie

 

 

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An Easter Card from Christ Church

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‘Community Christmas Spirit’

All classes took part in our ‘Community Christmas Spirit’. This was an opportunity for us to give something back to our community by inviting them into school to celebrate Christmas.

   Each year group performed a Christmas song whilst our guests enjoyed mulled wine and mince pies. Please have a look at Year 1 & 2 singing at the event.

A big Thank You to everyone who came and we hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did.

Mr Gerrard & The Team.

 

            

 

Services at Christ Church over the Christmas period

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Crumpets and Cornflakes

Christ Church Ainsworth C of E Primary School Breakfast Club
Monday to Friday opening at 7.30am
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Was your child born between 1 September 2008 and 31 August 2009?
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Christ Church Ainsworth Parish Church

We are very proud of our heritage and status as a faith school and foster links with our wider church community. 
To access the church's web site please follow the link provided

www.ainsworthparish.org.uk

 

 

 

'Picnic In The Park'

An event being organised by church to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. 
Please take a look and support the 'Picnic in the Park'.

Mr Gerrard.

 

 

A Christchurch Wedding!
Last year our Early Years staff and children planned a wedding, sent invitations, ordered a wedding cake, held stag and hen parties and held a make- believe wedding at Christ Church Ainsworth Parish Church with Reverend Dave and a reception back at school for the wedding party and guests. All the children thoroughly enjoyed this topic as well as all the staff.
We hope you enjoy watching our videos of the day!

 

                      

 

                      

 

          

 

‘Community Christmas Spirit’
All classes took part in our ‘Community Christmas Spirit’. This was an opportunity for us to give something back to our community by inviting them into school to celebrate Christmas. Each class performed a Christmas song whilst our guests enjoyed mulled wine and mince pies. It was lovely to see children from Millwood and St Michael’s who joined us for the afternoon. Well done to all the children and a special well done to Daliti who sang Mary’s Boy Child beautifully! Please click on the slideshows of the afternoon.

 

              

 

 

Ainsworth Methodist Church kindly invited us to decorate a Christmas tree along with other organisations from our area decorating their own trees. Our children and staff designed some fantastic decorations to adorn the tree. The tree now stands proudly in school for us all to enjoy!
Well done everyone!

Please take a look at the slideshow of our 'homemade' decorations and the finished tree.

 

 

Six Year 6 Children have been to St Michael’s C of E Primary School to join their celebration of Eid-ul-Adha ('festival of Sacrifice'), also known as the Greater Eid. This is the second most important festival in the Muslim calendar.
The festival remembers the prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son when God ordered him to.

Click on the slideshow to view our visit to St Michael's.

 

 

A Flag for Ainsworth

The winners of the competition for the children of Ainsworth, to help design a new flag celebrating our village and its surroundings were Morgan Prince age 10 and Amy Readyhough age 12 (ex pupil of CCA). 
The runners up were Dylan Marsden age 10 and Chloe Lloyd age 11(ex pupil of CCA)
The winners received a £25 gift token and the runners up received a £15 gift token (donated by the Rotary Club of Radcliffe).
The community association will now try to incorporate the winning designs into a new flag for the Ainsworth Church & Community Hall.
Please take a look at the photos of the winner and runner up being presented with their gift tokens in assembly:

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Harvest Assembly

On Friday 21st October 2011 we held our Harvest Assembly. We asked for donations of groceries, toiletries etc for the Porch Boxes appeal. This is a local charity which provides the following types of assistance:

Crisis Packs: The original boxes of food and toiletries to last about two days to support people in temporary difficulty or continuing poverty.
Starter Packs: Food and other materials to support a person (for example, moving into independent living accommodation), designed to last for a week
Street Packs: Designed for those who do not have access to kitchen utensils or cooking facilities
Bulk Food: To support the catering activities of others, such as soup runs, Christmas parties, those providing catering services to their clients
Family Holiday Packs: Each to suffice for one week.

Thank you to everyone for your donations!
Mr Gerrard

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Charlie's Place

In September the chair and benches were finally installed with a path from the playground leading to 'Charlie's Place'. The whole project has been paid for through fund raising by the children and the local community.
We feel it is very fitting and a special area created in memory of one of our much loved ex pupils Charlie Wyatt who died 22nd December 2010.

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Pupils and staff were able to join in the recent momentous success of Lancashire Cricket Club in winning the County Championship when the official trophy visited the school.
All the assembled children and parents were able to see the coveted trophy because one of the school’s parents, Mr A Horn, is the chief physiotherapist and fitness coach.
Mr Gerrard explained that the trophy had not been won by Lancashire for the past 77 years and the children were privileged to be able to say, ‘as Lancastrians’ that they had seen the silver gilt trophy in their school.
Let’s hope it is not as long before children in Lancashire can see it again!
Thank you Mr Horn!
 
Michael Johnson and Efetobore Sobje of Bury Football Club visited our school, as part of Bury Football Club's 'In the Community' project.

Johnson and Sodje talked to the children about life as a professional footballer and answered questions from our children.

They also donated a whole team signed football and discounted tickets for a Bury FC match.

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