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Fifth Avenue Primary School
Fifth Avenue, North Hull Estate, HU6 8ED, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 01482 331378

Our School

Fifth Avenue Primary School is a community primary co-educational school catering for approximately 530 children. Children start their school life in the term in which they are five years old, when they join our Reception Year. Children from Mcmillan Nursery due to start school are invited to come to several play sessions. Other parents and children are welcome to come when convenient for them or by appointment.

Picture of children working on the carpet

There are 21 classes in the school, 3 in foundation stage, 6 in Key Stage 1 and 12 in Key Stage 2. All Key Stage 1 classes have a maximum of 30 pupils and Key Stage 2 has an average class size of 28. There are no mixed age group classes. Children are placed in class in chronological order, however they are further set in mixed ability groups. The majority of our Year 6 pupils will transfer to Sir Henry Cooper School, although we do send children to other secondary schools.

There are 23 full time teachers and 4 part time teachers. They are well supported by child support assistants, clerical and administration staff, cleaning staff and lunchtime staff


At Fifth Avenue Primary School we enable and encourage each child to develop and reach their full potential by promoting:

  • a high rate of sustained progress
  • the ability to use number and language effectively
  • an appreciation of the arts
  • individual skills
  • a healthy approach to life
  • a sense of fairness, care and respect for themselves and others
  • an understanding of right and wrong
  • pride in their achievements
  • respect for all living things and their environment.

Each child will be given a wide range of stimulating learning experiences based on their prior attainment and future needs. These will cover all the requirements of the National Curriculum delivered by high quality teaching. We will ensure good value for money.


Picture of children working togetherThe full National Curriculum is taught at the school. Great emphasis is given to the subjects of Maths, Science, English and ICT. We follow the Numeracy Strategy and the Literacy strategy.

In Key Stage 2, children are set for Mathematics and Literacy

Technology, History, Geography, Music, Art, P.E., and Personal, Social and Health Education are taught through a topic-based approach to ensure a broad and balanced education. R.E. is taught through a non-denominational approach supported by a broadly Christian based daily act of collective worship.

Children are assessed at the end of each school year and parents are informed of these results through the children's reports in July of that year.


A variety of clubs and activities are held before, during and after school. These include breakfast clubs, music, drama, football and rugby clubs.

School trips linked to the curriculum are undertaken throughout the school year, you will be informed of these and of their cost well in advance. Music exams are taken by some children during the school year and parents are asked to make a contribution towards this.


Session Times: Reception, Year 1, Year 2

Mornings: 8.55am - 12noon
   Morning Break: 10.30am - 10.45am
Lunchtime: 12.00noon - 12.50pm
Afternoons: 12.50pm - 3.00pm
   Afternoon Break: 2.15pm - 2.30pm

Session Times: Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

Mornings: 8.55 am - 12.35pm
   Morning Break: 10.45am - 10.05am
Lunchtime: 12.35pm - 1.25pm
Afternoons: 1.25pm - 3.00pm

Each day a large number of children stay at school for their lunch, having either a school dinner or a packed lunch. For safety reasons children who bring packed lunches are asked not to bring their drinks in glass bottles. Children are supervised by the lunchtime supervisors.

Menus for school dinners are available at the office.

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