Think Forensic visited our school on Tuesday 12th June. Year 5 & 6 learnt how to be a forensic scientist. They collected evidence from a crime scene. They took finger & tyre prints, analysed rock, soil and handwriting samples. We looked at different fibres under a microscope. We all dressed in special suits so we couldn't contaminate the scene. We learnt so much in one day so watch out criminals in Ainsworth!
Take a look at our children enjoying the Diamond Jubilee Party.
On Friday 1st June we held our Diamond Jubilee Party. All children came dressed as either Royalty or a guest. Please a look at the shows of a fantastic day and fantastic outfits.
Year 5 have been studying the work of the artist Andy Goldsworthy.
They planned living sculptures and selected their own natural materials to create them. On a very warm day we were able to work in teams to produce some fantastic art work.
Please click on the slide show to view our art work.
Well done Year 5!
We held our annual Environment Day on the 24th May 2012. The sun shone for us and the whole school worked hard weeding, digging and planting all of the schools grounds and gardens. Well done everyone! The school looks great !
Please take a look at the slideshows of the pupils and staff hard at work! We hope you enjoy them!
Year 5 are learning their Spanish numbers by singing and dancing.
Bien Hecho Year 5!
Take a look at the show to view.
Year Five have been making a diagram of the heart. They walk through the heart explaining to the class how it pumps blood around the body.
Please click on the slideshow to see our heart diagram.
Talent Show 2012
Year 5 has talent!
The school council organised a talent contest in which the whole school could participate. Please click on the shows to see what talent is in our class.
Year 5 are immersed in Victorian times during this half term, which culminates in a Victorian Day. We study Victorian History using Primary and Secondary sources focusing on the lives of children. We compare the lives of the rich and poor and use drama to interview children from that time.
We are studying 'Street Child' as a whole class text which tells the story of Jim as he enters the workhouse, then lives on the streets of London before being rescued by Dr Barnardo. The text lends itself to a variety of writing and drama activities exploring the feelings of the characters.
Enjoy Our Slideshow of Yr 5 Dressed as Victorian Children!
Please click on the slideshow... Year 5 has a message for you!
Year 5 have created a display of an Autumn tree with their thoughts about Autumn written on the leaves.