17th May 2018 The Year 5 children have thoroughly enjoyed their breadmaking challenge this term. Upton's bread looks good enough to eat!
9th March 2018 The Year 3 classes have thoroughly enjoyed all their recycling activities. Today they got creative with Hull Scrapstore to make Mayan headgear. This is what all the fashionable Ancient Mayans are wearing in Anlaby these days.
23rd February 2018 The big ship sails on the ally-ally-oh, The ally-ally-oh, the ally-ally-oh. Oh, the big ship sails on the ally-ally-oh On the last day of September. The captain said it will never, never do, Never, never do, never, never do. The captain said it will never, never do On the last day of [...]
2nd February 2018 You might look at these models, made by intrepid Y1 designers and think that they are just a load of rubbish - and you are entitled to your opinion - because they are! But, to us, a load of rubbish can also be houses, boats, spaceships, robots, lighthouses and cars. So there! [...]
19th December 2018 Tudor Houses Half-timbered with white-painted wattle and daub painted walls, these houses had steeply-pitched roofs and small-paned casement windows, often with a jetty overhanging the street. They are the very essence of Olde England, pretty black and white dwellings with great character and centuries of history steeped in their walls. Tudor homes [...]
.....had a very felt like nose And if you ever saw it You would say "I'd like one of those."
11th December 2017 Food glorious food! If you are a member of the Acre Heads staff, you will already know that Mrs Smith (Wendy - not Delia) is an aficionado of the gingerbread biscuit. Every Christmas we look forward to her decorated reindeer heads appearing in the staff room and there is a race to get [...]
7th December 2017 It's Christmas at the theatre, we'll have a pantomime! With song and dance and comedy – it’s such a brilliant time. There’s Jack upon his beanstalk and Cinders by the fire, With a lovestruck girl and a handsome Prince for ladies to admire. A little boo, a little hiss - the action [...]
6th December 2017 Report by Mrs Garnett Year 5 were asked to make a wind powered car as part of their work on 'Forces In Action.' The children were given the half term to create a car and bring it into school on 4th December to be judged. There were two prizes per class - [...]
6th December 2017 To make this super hat, you only need one thing: A large piece of paper! Fold it in half, horizontally, making sure that all the edges line up with each other. To form the peak of the hat, first you'll need to find the centre of the folded sheet so you know [...]