21st March 2018 At Acre Heads, we have this palm leaf waving, pancake flipping, hosanna singing, donkey entering thing off to a fine art. We are loving our Easter jubilation at Anlaby Methodist and St Mark's churches.
27th February 2018 Year two made stunning lanterns during their studies of Diwali. To learn more about Diwali, please click on the link below: ⇒ Diwali
22nd February 2018 George Michael may well have sang about it and it may well be a brand of designer shoe but faith can also apparently sometimes move mountains. So here are some pictures of Y5 children studying and presenting work about characters in history who have used their faith to 'be nice' and 'do [...]
19th December 2017 Can you resist chewing? Can you wait until Christmas? Can you say no to a sweetie? No. Neither can Mrs R.
18th December 2017 The orange is round as the Earth Created by God in this way. We hold it for Christ and His birth, In Bethlehem where He did lay. The sticks are the seasons He brings, That change as the world spins around. The warmth of the summer and spring, The winter freeze, leaves [...]
12th December 2017 Poor Mr Hart - when he signed up as a school governor, little did he realise that he would be given such difficult tasks as judging the decorated bauble competition! He chose four beautifully decorated baubles and the winners were: Millie Cantwell Beth Johnson Ella Abbott Ruby Whitaker The children may choose [...]
11th December 2017 Let's cook up a Christmas treat. To show what Christmas Day's about. Something really nice and sweet. Is there something we left out?
7th December 2017 In Busy Busy Bethlehem, a well organised and responsible soldier forgets about all his organising when a special baby is born.
What is advent? Year One children know. You can learn all about it here: ⇒ Advent
2nd November 2017 We had an absolutely amazing time at Hull New Theatre during the half term holiday, when a group of staff and children went to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, starring the fabulous X Factor winner Joe McElderry. (Apologies to Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber) We sat and they, drew [...]