Armley Park Primary School

Year 5

Welcome to the Year 5 Class Page!


Class Teacher: Mr Cliff

Support Staff: Mrs Senior

Email: [email protected] 


We hope you enjoy looking at our class page. We will update this regularly throughout the year with photographs of what we have been doing and also with key information which you may find useful. If you have any questions, please contact the class teacher who will be able to help. 


Year 5 go swimming on Thursday afternoons. Please watch this video about the weekly visits to Armley Leisure Centre -

Welcome letter to parents

Earth and Space


Year 5 recreated the movement of the Sun, Moon and Earth today in science.

First rehearsals for our Shakespeare play: Romeo and Juliet

Year 5 won the Spelling Bee challenge as Elisa, Caressa and Haya smashed it in the final getting 10/10 correct🏆🥇

Today we made some Christmas cards using origami techniques to make a 3D tree.

Year 5 made Chinese inspired spring rolls today in their DT lesson.

Christmas Jumper Day! Thank you to all those that donated!

Year 5 participating in road safety. They designed some of their own fantastic safety ideas!

Year 5 completing experiments related to air resistance and water resistance

Year 5 comparing calves, yearlings and adult cows today in Farmer Time.

Year 5 used Newton Meters to measure the weight of different objects in science

Enterprise week, Day 5 - Year 5 are the WINNERS!!!!!!

Unfortunately, we couldn’t attend swimming today because of the weather. Instead, Year 5 did some fun balancing games for PE!

Enterprise Week, Day 4 - Final design of our prototype lunch box

Enterprise Week, Day 2 - Product Design

Enterprise Week, Day 1 - Market Research

Farmer time with Farmer Nick and Farmer Lucy

Scooter training from Leeds City Council

Greg James and Chris Smith story webinar

Drama / Role play for Danny the Champion of the World

Art / Topic
Today the Year 5’s designed their own Maya masks! The Maya’s wore masks for a variety of reasons such as: going to battle, decorating faces of the dead and attending important events. This links perfectly to our Ancient Maya topic whereby the students will be learning about their daily lives next week.