Christ Church Ainsworth

CE Primary School and Nursery

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Yellow Class

Welcome to Yellow Class.

Smithills Farm & Smithills Hall

Year 1 and Year 2 went on their school trip to Smithills Farm and Smithills Hall. The sun shone down us as we fed and held the animals, had a ride on a tractor and had rides on the donkeys. Then we went to visit Smithills Hall where we dressed as Victorian House Servants. We then set to work like the servants would have to, washing, ironing, rug beating etc. The children agreed it was hard work but really enjoyed the roles.

A great day was had by all our children and staff.
Please take a look at the Year 1 slideshows of the day...

Diamond Jubilee

Take a look at our children enjoying the Diamond Jubilee Party.

Diamond Jubilee Celebrations

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.


Environment Day 24th May 2012

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!

Christening of Louis Alexander Class

As lots of new baby brothers and sisters were being born, Blue and Yellow Class decided to learn all about Babies. They voted on Baby Names and learnt about the meaning of different names. The class doll was named Louis Alexander Class by the children and the parents and godparents were chosen out of a hat.
On Friday 11th May 2012 Blue and Yellow Class took him to church to be christened by Reverend Dave. A wonderful afternoon was had by all and then we had a lovely piece of Christening Cake which was kindly made for us by Hannah's Mummy. A huge 'Thank You' to Hannah's Mummy from everyone in Blue and Yellow Class....It was delicious!
Please click on the slide show and video's of our special day and enjoy watching our children looking wonderful in their Sunday best!
Mrs Connelly & Mrs Barnes.

Infant Play!

We thought it would be nice to show you a snippet of our Infant Children at playtime.

Please click on the show to view

 Talent Show 2012

Yellow Class has talent!
The school council organised a talent contest in which the whole school could participate.

Please click on the show to see what talent is in our class.

Our Nursery, Blue and Yellow Class children performed 'Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer' at our Community Concert at school. Please click on the slideshow to view us.


Please click on the slideshow... Yellow Class has a message for you!

Diwali Party

Yellow Class have been learning about the festival 'Diwali' and we had a Diwali Party. Please click on the slideshows to take a look at the fun we had.

Harvest Assembly

Blue & Yellow Class took part in the Harvest Assembly by singing Five Little Vegetables. They were all fantastic so we would like to share with you our part in the Harvest Assembly and to wish you all a Happy Harvest Time!
Rainy Day Play!

Please click on the picture to take a look at some of Blue & Yellow Class children enjoying a rainy days play!

Autumn Walk!

On the 29th Sept 2011 Blue and Yellow Class went on our Autumn Walk .
Sunhats, sun cream and wellies were the order of the day as it felt more like a Summer's Day.
Off we went to George's Wood where we looked for the signs of autumn.
The children collected leaves and twigs to bring back to school. We saw berries and mushrooms growing and even saw some chickens on a local allotment. We passed the local stables and were lucky enough to be invited in to look at the horses and a parrot in an aviary which loved chatting to our children.
After saying goodbye to the bird and thanking the owner of the stables we made our way back to school in time for lunch.
A lovely autumn walk was had by all!
Yellow Class have settled in wonderfully and have been busy making displays for their classroom: