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Mrs Spilsbury and Miss Lewis' Snow Leopards

We are the Snow Leopards!!




Meet the teaching staff 



  Miss Lewis                         Mrs Spilsbury                       Mrs Smith


Welcome to The Snow Leopards class-Year 1!

Miss Lewis and Mrs Spilsbury are the class teachers and Mrs Smith is our teaching assistant.

Welcome back, we hope you have all had a wonderful Easter holidays and we are looking forward to the many exciting challenges and fun filled lessons this term. 

This term we are asking ourselves

What Would The Gruffalo Find at Out School?

Our key questions are

Where is our school?

What do we use a map for?

What is an aerial view?

How can I describe my location?

What is a compass and what is it used for?

What is our local area like?

What are physical and human features in our environment?


Homework tasks have been changed and the children will now bring home creative tasks to be completed over the term. Children will have a choice of three tasks to be completed over a two week period. The idea is for children to select one and produce a quality piece of homework to be presented during the homework show and tell sessions. There is now a new homework display in our classroom where children, parents and staff can look at all the wonderful work created and be proud of their hard work. There has been some brilliant homework taking place so well done to everyone who has completed the first task!


There is also a maths focus for each week; please work on the maths skills shown in the homework sheet as this will be a focus for children in maths lessons during the week. If you need another copy of the homework tasks then please download one from the link below.

summer term 1 homework tasks for snow leopards

Phonics Screening Test resources


Below are some resources that can be printed and used at home to support your child in their phonics skills. If you have any questions about the phonics screening test then please feel free to make an appointment to talk to either  Miss Lewis or Mrs Spilsbury, we will be happy to talk to you about what you can do at home to support your child.


Important Dates for this Term


9th April - Back to School

24th April - Year 1 Trip

28th April - PTFA Gardening Event 

7th May - Bank Holiday - School Closed

18th May - World Cup Warm Up PTFA Event

24th May - Break up

25th May - INSET Day


4th June - Back to School

30th June - PTFA Summer Fayre

6th July - Sports Day

20th July - Break up for Summer!!

Latest Class Newsletter


Have a look at the some of the activities we have planned for this term

Previous planning


Weekly Timetable

The children will bring home spellings to learn to spell each week. Tests will be on a Thursday so please practise the spellings with your child each week. And of course, please read regularly at home- if your child brings in their reading record signed to say they have read their book they will be allowed to change it.

Please check out our reading journey display in the classroom to see where your child is. For every 40 reads they compete at home, they will receive a book prize from Mrs Dainty!


PE is now on a Wednesday (indoor) and Friday (doutdoor). Please make sure your child does not wear jewellery on these days, in particular earrings (studs) should be removed if your child cannot do this themselves. Please can your child bring in warm clothes and trainers as the weather begins to get cold!


Class Dojo

Class Dojo is the new reward system that we are using at Longmoor. The teachers are able to give out points for a variety of good behaviours around school.

You should have received a code to allow you to see how many points your child has got and what they were for. If you have not got it yet, please let me know and I will arrange for another one to be sent to you.

You can access the website at or download the app on Android or Apple phones and tablets

Things to do at home

The T-rex has been asking some very silly questions, can you read and answer them?


Use your knowledge of tens and units to help out this poor dinosaur.

Have a look at our helpful hints leaflets, with some ideas for games and activities to encourage your child's literacy and numeracy skills. The Year 1 leaflet gives an idea of our end of year expectations. There is also a spelling list with high frequency and tricky words that your child is expected to be able to spell by the end of year 2.


Phonics Screening Test

Follow the links below for games that allow children to sound out and read some real and alien (made up) words. Remember to click the back button to return to the  Longmoor website.

Reading real and alien words


- click 'free phonics play'

- click phase 5

- Choose game: Buried Treasure, Picnic on Pluto or Dragons Den

- Click phase 5 again.

Games for finding different spellings of sounds 

Other fun phonics games