13th June 2018 The Y1 children are learning all about the British Sign Language and how it can help communication when spoken words just aren't enough.
27th April 2018 The dramatic children in Year Two are staging their version of Little Red Riding Hood. It is clear that the Big Bad Wolf is making the wrong choices and obviously isn't a pupil of Acre Heads. If he was - he would be receiving a yellow card and being sent to Mrs [...]
20th April 2014 Phonics work is so much fun When you're outside in the sun. We don't need paper, we don't need pen To write our number bonds to ten.
8th March 2018 All the better to teach you with! The wonderful wolf in PE clothing is none other than Mr Griffiths. He's in character as the Wolf - always the baddie in traditional tales. The children are grilling him to find out what motivates Mr Wolf to be so bad. Perhaps he's just misunderstood? [...]
Upton's Class Assembly was a literacy success, as they celebrated World Book Day with the school. Here's what the parents and carers said: Excellent performance, really enjoyable. It was nice to see everyone had made an effort and it was a very good and entertaining assembly. Well done Upton! You have cheered me up on [...]
1st March 2018 We had another superb Mega World Book Day, kicked off by Upton's fabulous assembly and then followed by a Book Trail, a Book Swap and the customary fun reading and writing activities. Of course we also had 40 Harry Potters, 23 Cat in The Hats, 17 Katie Morags and at least a [...]
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 [...]
22nd February 2018 You may have heard teachers talking about Traditional tales and wondered why Fairy stories are so important for Primary School children. Click on the link to see a great website that will explain it: ⇒ Traditional Tales
12th January 2018 Y5 had an exciting crime busting week. First they found some terrible graffiti on the radiator. It said something horrible about our beloved Hull City. The children couldn't settle until they had hunted the heinous criminal down. They dusted for dabs, they pieced together footprints, they interrogated known supporters of - ahem, [...]
22nd December 2017 Do you believe? We do. Happy Christmas Everyone!