Albany Junior School

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Welcome to 5H!

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In 5H, we currently have 39 children.  Our class teacher is Miss Hubert but we are really lucky to have Mrs McPhee and Mrs Hill who support us and help us with our work.  We also get to have Mr Still who teaches us when Miss Hubert is on PPA.   


Throughout the year, we will be taught by specialist teachers for Spanish, Music and P.E.


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PE days

Please wear PE kit on a Monday and Thursday.

PE kit is:

  • A white t-shirt
  • Blue/black shorts or joggers
  • Trainers
  • Blue/black hoodie.


Please do not wear clothing with large logos.




Just like in year 3 and year 4, at the start of each term children will be given a new homework grid full of different challenges linked to the topic being studied.  This term, we are learning about North America.  All children have been sent home with an orange homework book which has the grid in.  A copy of the grid has been attached below. 


As well as the grids, children will be expected to learn their times tables and there will be a weekly times tables test.  There will also be spellings sent home to learn which will be tested on a Friday.


This year, we have a new list of 100 spellings to learn. Each week, on a Friday, a new set of spellings will be sent home to learn. These will be tested in a spelling test every Friday. We will still be tested on the Year 3/4 list during assessment week. These lists can be found in your partnership books.


Times tables

Please keep learning your times tables so that you become quicker at recalling the multiplication and division facts up to 12x12. Find fun ways of learning them.


Some suggested websites to help:



We expect you to be reading at home at least 3 times a week. Reading helps to develop and improve your vocabulary and imagination too. If you read a minimum of 3 times, you will earn your hot chocolate from 'Starbooks' on a Friday. When you read, make sure that an adult records it in your partnership book.

Click on the links, to find out more about our topics.