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Audley Junior School

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5


Mrs Duffy, Miss Yates, Mrs Armstrong and Mr Alli would like to welcome all the children and parents to Year 5. Over the Year, the children will be taking part in lots of exciting activities and trips so keep checking our page for details and photographs.



Our Year 5 leaflet
Curriculum overviews

Autumn Term Science Vocabulary


Learn these spellings for the test next week































Thank you Mrs Patel for our Science show on reversible and irreversible materials.
The IMO citizenship project. Making friends with Longshaw Juniors.
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5D's canoeing trip

5Y's trip to Queen's Park Boating Lake

5D's railway trip

5Y's trip to the Town Hall
5D's Spring Term book prize winners
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5W at the farm!


5Y's visit to Gazegill Farm

5D's visit to Gazegill Organic Farm

Year 5 Maths parents meeting

Another successful parents meeting today. Thankyou to all the parents for their support!

Year 5 Shape Day was on Friday 30th November

Year 5 reading morning

Thankyou to all the parents that attended!

Enterprise week

Our bread sale was a success once again!

Enterprise Week

Today we started weighing the flour ready to bake our bread tomorrow.

Don't forget it is the bread sale tomorrow from 2.30pm-3.30pm.

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We made fabulous headdresses during Film Week.
Look at the amazing poems the children wrote on poetry day.
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Home work

Each week your Maths teacher and English teacher will set you a piece of homework. 

It is to be handed in the following week.



Home reading is very important. 

Make sure you read regularly and get your parents/carers to sign your Home Reading Diary!

You must try and read at least three times a week.



Try using this website to increase your knowledge of Maths and a range of some other subjects! 


Use this website to help your child with reading.  There are lots of ebooks, and even a parents' section.  If your child uses this at home, write it in their reading record.