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Fairfield Primary

Welcome to EYFS

Our classes and teachers in EYFS are: 

Teacher: Teacher: Teacher:
Mrs Julie Brame Miss Rebecca Rafferty Mrs Laura Webb
Gruffalos Timetable Unicorns Timetable Ladybirds Timetable

      Our Teaching Assistants are:

  Chantelle Barton | Nicola Green | Claire Ryder | Lorraine Lomax


Learning outcomes for EYFS

In Early Years foundation stage we love to learn through play indoors and outdoors.

We have a fantastic learning environment including the classrooms, the forest area and other outdoor areas.

Our children enjoy learning how to make friends and develop their confidence.

We have lots of opportunities to learn through active play, investigation, stories and visits.

We strive to ignite children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning, building their capacity to learn, form relationships and thrive.

As a team with our parents, families and children, we endeavor to fulfil the principles of the Early Years of Unique child, Positive relationships, Enabling environments and high quality Learning and development.

We focus on developing the Characteristics of Effective Learning in EYFS (see booklet in downloads section).


Writing in EYFS 



Our PE day is Thursday. Pupils can come to school wearing their white PE top, plain navy blue or black tracksuit/jog bottoms, sweatshirt and trainers. Please note trainers may get dirty. (Children do not need their school uniform on this day)

Reading books

The children receive new reading books each week. Please ensure that you return your child's reading wallet on a Monday.


Your child will have a home learning book. Books are collected every week. Please ensure that your child’s book is returned to school on Monday.

Useful Information


Information for parents reception baseline assessment

 Developing Number Sense

Reception Parent Welcome Booklet - Term 1

Guidance to your child’s learning and development

Characteristics of effective learning

Expectations as a learner

Parents’ guide to EYFS

Phonics at Fairfield

Homework Information

Early Years Outcomes

EYFS School Policy

Letter Formation Mantra

Number Formation Mantra


Getting ready to use the toilet                       Getting ready to dress


  Getting ready to use a spoon                        Getting ready to use a fork


 Getting ready to look, listen and play         Getting ready to move, sit and 


 Getting ready to throw, catch and               Getting ready to use scissors

                  kick a ball


  Getting ready to write                                     Early years hand skills

 Useful Websites

Phonics made easy

Oxford Owl

Reading Tips

Book Trust

Phonics Play

Phonics Play - Parents Menu

NRICH enriching mathematics

Top Marks

CBeebies - Outdoor Adventures

How to support language development in young children