Tuesday 21st May 2019 at 6pm-8pm.

Menu available on the night will include options such as sandwiches, burgers, bacon, sausages and other light snacks. A kid’s menu will also be available including fish fingers, chicken bites, hot dogs and sausage rolls. Tea, coffee and buns will also be available to buy throughout the evening.

Call 02890836686 ext 1 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve a table. Spaces limited so book ASAP!

Asher’s will have their first late night opening for the families of Hill Croft school on Tuesday 9th April from 6pm-8pm. They will have food from their lunch menu available, including options such as sandwiches, burgers and other light snacks. There will also be bacon and sausages available from the breakfast menu. A kid’s menu is available including fish fingers, chicken bites, hot dogs and sausage rolls. Tea, coffee and buns will also be available throughout the evening.

It is estimated that there will be approximately 15-16 tables available on this first evening and will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

Tables should be booked in advance either via telephone on 02890836686 ext 1 or via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Menus and prices will be available on the evening. *Any special needs or requirements should be given at the time of booking.

This is an exciting opportunity for our families and if successful, will be followed up with other Late Night Opening Evenings.

J14 have been looking at the topic ‘Under the sea’. We have enjoyed experiencing topical art and cookery, activity based learning, sensory stories, topical songs and stories. Our highlight was going to see the fish at Hillside.

We have also had great fun pony riding, playing in parks, eating out and completing circuits during PE. The class have celebrated Valentine’s day and loved making and eating pancakes on Pancake Tuesday.

J13 are enjoying their new Circus topic. They have made juggling clowns in art, clown faces in cookery and enjoyed both PE and Sensory Stories themed around their new Circus topic theme. They also enjoy dressing up as clowns of course with red noses and clown hats. Lots of fun!

J15 have been very busy in the past couple of months. We have continued meeting up with our friends from Rosstulla for our Shared Education sessions – we have been to the MAC to see the Elves and the Shoemaker, we have met together for an art project and we will be meeting again before Easter for a cookery project.

We have also started our Uplift programme where we been developing our skills in singing, acting and dance, and will be showcasing our talents to the rest of the school at the end of these sessions.

Our swimming sessions started before half-term and not only have we loved them, but we have all made great progress already. Some of us have learnt how to swim all by ourselves using floats!

In cookery we enjoyed making fish fingers, tuna sandwiches and crab croissants as part of our Under the Sea topic. We have also celebrated some key occasions by making some special treats – we made heart cupcakes for Valentine’s Day, Pancakes on Shrove Tuesday and chocolate covered bananas as part of our Fairtrade Fortnight.

J4 are enjoying their current topic of Animals at the Farm, they have created a farm display with a range of animals. During Literacy Week J4 created a digital story, they showcased “The Little Red Hen” to J6.

J4 have also enjoyed looking at Fair Trade, for a birthday celebration they enjoyed Fair Trade Chocolate. On Pancake Tuesday, Fair Trade chocolate spread was an option for topping choices.

J4 have also enjoyed participating in a Drumming Circle, lots of noisy fun!

The boys in J9 are enjoying our new topic all about the circus. They are enjoying all the new activities with the circus theme, they really enjoy our sensory story especially when the clown throws a custard pie SPLAT!!! They have also enjoyed creating circus art and trying new items in sensory play.

T3 have been participating in a 6-week school’s inclusion and participation programme with Barnardo’s.

Gemma, Gillian and Amy spoke with us each week, talking about our feelings, explaining our rights and helping us to think about our futures.

At the end of the sessions we were presented with our certificates by Judith Agnew, a social worker from the Northern Trust who came in to listen to our dreams and goals.

S2 have been enjoying their Food around the World Topic which they are doing up till Easter. So far we have covered Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, Italy and China. It has been lots of fun trying different foods!

J13 had a great but busy term before Christmas. Part of our time together has been learning to play beside our friends through Autumn Play, Choice Play and in the school Sensory rooms. All pupils have also enjoyed developing personal and social skills whilst on trips. We particularly enjoyed our outings to Hillside and Grapevine. At Hillside we saw all the Christmas decorations and even had our photos taken beside the singing Santa.