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  • 1. NORWOOD NEWS ISSUE NO 17 21ST MAY 2010 MENU WEEK 1 News Team:Katy Watkinson, Milly Rigby, Ishbel Cooke, Megan Powderly, Ruby Fellowes & Luke Dempster TERM DATES Quad Kids Athletics Event Summer Term Half Term: Monday 31st May-Friday 4th June (inc) Tuesday 22nd June Children’s Graduation at Edge Hill University Ben D,Shafayeth,Ben N, Callum, Olivia, Joanna & Lucie at the start of the 75m Thursday 24th June Sports sprint. Day KS2 am KS1 pm Saturday 26th June 12-3pm Summer Fair Tuesday 29th June-Friday Lucie in full flight 2nd July Yr6 Llangollen residential Ellie & Olivia in the 600m Stephanie throws the javelin School closed: Staff Training day-Monday 5th July Year 3 recently took part in a Quad Kids Athletics Event at Meols Cop High School against other local Primary Schools. The activities included; running Friday 16th July PTA BBQ 600m distance, throwing the javelin, sprinting 75m and the standing long jump. +Barn Dance Overall, we came 3rd! A brilliant time was had by all! Wednesday 21st July. Y6 Leavers Assembly 9.30am Queenscourt Star Trekk Night Walk Netball News Leyland Rd Methodist Church School closes for summer holiday at 2pm The N Netball Team played 2 matches against Churchtown. Autumn Term 2010 The first game, we won 9-7. Children return to school: but the second game saw Wednesday 1st September Churchtown win 4-3. The pace 8.55am was fast throughout both Half term: games as the teams Monday 25th -Friday 29th battled for a win! A good effort October girls! Team: Lucy Martin, Hannah Bushell, Katie Linaker, Elise Some of the staff Bond, Sophie Wright, Georgia who took part in Halcrow, Helena Fletcher-Hill, Contact Numbers the 7 mile Night Lucy Cottier & Nikita Breakfast Club 211959 Walk. Livingstone. After School Club 07724708015 ! Norwood Crescent, Southport. PR9 7DU. Tel: 01704211960. Fax 01704 232712. Head Teacher: Mr Lee Dumbell. Email: admin.norwood@schools.sefton.gov.uk www.norwoodprimaryschool.com
  • 2. Star of the Time to Talk Week RP:Ellie Neild Our reporters RP:Lucy Storey-Rijkin Silver Kane, Zarin, Charlotte and Joe RT:Morgan Fyles Silver ‘grilled’ Mrs Glinn RT:Ben Paisley as she was 1B:Daniel Mitchell Silver finishing work for 1D:Eina Alom Silver the day. 1D:Nicole Helsby Silver 2M:Ellie Ferguson Silver 2W:Natasha Watkinson Silver 3K:Holly McQuillan GOLD 3K:James Russell GOLD 3B:Ellie Blundell GOLD 4CP:Hannah Diss Silver 4JP:Charlotte Ball Silver 5P:Alicia Escreet Silver Q. How long have you worked at Norwood? 5M:Leon Booth Silver A. 4 years 5M:Abbie Wilson GOLD Q. What is the best job in the kitchen? 6C:Matthew Howard Silver A. Serving the children! 6M:Zak Gayther Silver Q. What time do you start in the morning? A. 11.15 am Film Club Q. What is the first job you do in the morning? A. Count the trays then put the knives and forks on them for the reception Next children. Screening: 27.5.10 Kirikou and the Sorceress (U) Helpful Hints: Shinewaves Competition Communication Last week’s competition was to share a story by writing a review of your favourite It is really important to book. I was impressed with all the entries, but there can only be one winner. The check your child’s book winner created a lovely booklet all about ‘The BFG’ by Roald Dahl. Congratulations bag each night after Ellie Pritchard from 3B. school. Newsletters are sent home on a weekly Now to this week’s competition. basis and we do send ‘British Sandwich Week’ has just finished. Since being discovered and named by other letters and the 4th Earl of Sandwich in 1762, the Great British Sandwich has become communication as well. something of an institution. This week’s competition is to design a healthy, tasty Staff are concerned at sandwich which does not contain any meat. Draw and label your sandwich and the amount of what give instructions on how to make it. appears to be unread information left in Pop your review in the Shinewaves postbox with your name and class on the back children’s bookbags each by the morning of Tuesday 25th May. day! ! Norwood Crescent, Southport. PR9 7DU. Tel: 01704211960. Fax 01704 232712. Head Teacher: Mr Lee Dumbell. Email: admin.norwood@schools.sefton.gov.uk www.norwoodprimaryschool.com
  • 3. Children in the Spotlight Aaron and Elliot have achieved their Yellow belt for Martial Arts. Fantasic! Heather received the Victoria Gibson Highest Achievement Award for Speech and Drama. Wow! Jamie has passed his 50m Rainbow Swimming Award. Terrific! Tesco vouchers for Schools and Clubs Rachel has passed her Grade 2 Duckling Award. Well done! Lucy has achieved her Level 7 Gymnastics Award. Wonderful! Meols Cop Dance Festival On Thursday 13th May some year 10’s and 11’s, from Meols Cop taught younger Last year we collected nearly children from different schools, including Norwood. Zoe King, Melissa Heyes, Ruby 35,000 vouchers, which we Fellowes, Erin Thornton from year 5 and Abbie King from year 1 represented our school. used to 'buy' sports They danced brilliantly considering there were about 200 people watching them on equipment, playground stage, including Mr Postlethwaite and Mrs Rigby on the front row! For 6 weeks they equipment and cooking practised and practised very hard for the show they performed on Thursday. The utensils. audience really liked the dance the children did for them. By Zoe King and Melissa Heyes. Lets see if we can beat last years total! Please can you send any vouchers into school. Tesco have now stopped issuing vouchers in their stores. The deadline for sending vouchers into school is Friday 11th June 2010. Unfortunately we are only able to accept vouchers issued in this year's scheme, which are green. We have just over 29 thousand vouchers up to now so we still have a way to go to match last year. Tesco have said that last year only 60% of vouchers issued, were actually redeemed by schools across the country. ! Norwood Crescent, Southport. PR9 7DU. Tel: 01704211960. Fax 01704 232712. Head Teacher: Mr Lee Dumbell. Email: admin.norwood@schools.sefton.gov.uk www.norwoodprimaryschool.com
  • 4. Year 5‘s Henry VIII surprise While year 5 were in the woods and meant to be doing art, a surprisingly unfamiliar voice called out ‘Where is my horse?’ Mr.Postlethwaite panicked. Mrs Goulden was extremely shocked. All the children looked around to find a weird man wearing strange clothes, who proclaimed that he was Henry Vlll! Bravely Mrs. Goulden stepped forward and asked his Majesty if he would answer some questions which the children made up themselves. After break, Mrs Goulden exclaimed that the children were going to sketch other children in their sketch books, King Henry kindly offered for the children to sketch him. One of the things King Henry Vlll told us was that he enjoyed hunting and playing the lyre and the lute. The children tried very hard to get every speck and detail of Henry down onto their paper inside their sketch books. The children were happy with the end result. Family Orienteering Day After the terrific successes of the previous Family Learning Days focussing on Art and Literacy and on Cooking, our first outdoor venture introduced parents and children to orienteering. Steve McLean from British Orienteering UK last year worked with some of our Y6 children as part of our links with Stanley High School Sports College Partnership. They enjoyed it so much that we knew our parents and children would relish the opportunity of exploring the playground, the field and the woods as a whole day of map work, only to be halted with a delicious lunch from Josie and Sue in the kitchen. The response was tremendous with 32 families taking part and so the atmosphere was superb as some families grew more and more competitive as the day moved on and the skill level increased. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part, all the staff for putting in extra time in setting up everything after school and on the day itself and Kim Taylor, the school’s Parent Support Adviser for organising everything including the weather! We were sorry we had to disappoint people but will give them first refusal when we run it again next summer. ! Norwood Crescent, Southport. PR9 7DU. Tel: 01704211960. Fax 01704 232712. Head Teacher: Mr Lee Dumbell. Email: admin.norwood@schools.sefton.gov.uk www.norwoodprimaryschool.com