Court Farm Primary School

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Welcome to EYFS...

Class contact email

These mailboxes will be monitored by Nursery/Reception staff for any school work related queries. 

Mrs Ross & Mrs Staite: Teacher and Ants keyworker

Miss Hinks: Senior Nursery Officer and Caterpillars keyworker

Miss Lawrie: Nursery Teaching Assistant and Butterflies keyworker

Miss O'Connor: Senior Nursery Office and Worms keyworker

Mrs Chowdhury: Reception Teaching Assistant and Ladybirds keyworker

Mrs Azim: Reception Teaching Assistant and Bumblebees

Well today would have been your graduation day (16.7.2020).

We're sorry we can't say goodbye and good luck in the usual way but above is a little poem for you all and below,  some messages from your teachers.

We are all so incredibly proud of every single one of you; those children who are are continuing to learn at home and those who have returned to school.

Good luck in year one and we can't wait to see all of your smiley faces in September. Have a fun filled summer break.

Take care and stay safe! 


Whilst We Can't Hug-A lovely video explaining how we can show love whilst social distancing.

Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they're not allowed to touch. This is a great video to show those children coming back to school to help prepare them for the social changes that are happening.  

Everybody Worries-Written and illustrated by Jon Burgerman.

In this bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it's okay to worry about corona virus. Fun rhyming couplets keep the tone gentle and supportive, and you will find plenty of ideas for dealing with corona virus in a positive way.

A lovely lady from Galini Therapies has a big hello to say to our children at Court Farm Primary. She has a few relaxation techniques for children, for situations where they may need a little support in remaining calm. Check them out and have a go!

Thank you to all of our families in EYFS for sharing what they have been doing during their home learning time. It puts a huge smile on all of the teacher's faces when we receive the photographs that you email across to us. 

Our topic this half term is going to take us on our travels to different countries and cultures all around the world. These next two weeks are our final two weeks of this term and will take us to Africa and Hawaii!

How exciting! The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Mohammed Azim has a message for our children at Court Farm Primary to introduce our topic. 

Below is a suggested timetable of activities for Nursery  However, please do not feel that you must keep to this and complete all of the activities . Just do what you can and most importantly, stay safe and have fun! The activities are for the WB-6th July 2020 and are 2 weeks worth of activities. 

Nursery English activities

 ohana means family.docxDownload
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We have compiled a list of Nursery letters and sounds activities in the word document below. These activities cover the 7 aspects of letters and sounds and give you an insight into what the different areas cover. 

Nursery Maths activities

 Main - Mixed Order.pdfDownload
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Nursery and Reception Maths activities to do at home

Below is a suggested timetable of activities for Reception. However please do not feel that you must keep to this and complete all of the activities . Just do what you can and most importantly, stay safe and have fun! The activities outlined are for W/B 6th July 2020 and are for 2 weeks. 

W/B 6th July

Ronald the Rhino ebook

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W/B 13th July

Reception English activities

 Hawaii activities.docxDownload
 If I went to Hawaiii I would.docxDownload
 Rhino speech task.docxDownload
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Reception Maths activities

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Nursery & Reception EAD and UofTW activities

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Below are a list of P.E activities and free choice activities, including the 30 day Lego challenge.

We hope you have fun keeping active and enjoy completing some of the free choice activities included!


EYFS classsroom
EYFS classsroom

This is a very strange time for us all and one that we will all remember for the rest of our lives. If you want to, you can complete the time capsule booklet below so that when you are older, you have lots of memories of your time learning at home. 

For all you budding Scientists...........

lots of science experiments and activities for you to try! 

Click on the links below:

Sink or swim

Egg-citing Science

Paper spinner

Science with ice

Have fun! 

Take a look at what your teacher's and their families have been doing during their time at home! 

How to help your child at home

Proud Cloud

Don't forget to fill in a cloud when your child has achieved something  that they couldn't do before. This will be added to our 'Proud Cloud' display on our windows in the corridor and a copy taken for their journal!!

Useful websites (more information about our phonics programme) (RWI phonics lessons online and stories read by Nick) (Joe Wicks the Body Coach home P.E lessons) (Sign up for free access during school closure) (books are available on this website) (phonics/reading game-free to use on a computer/ laptop) (fun games) 

(fun games) (fun learning games) (A downloadable copy of the Development Matters document )