Norwood News                                   Issue 23                                              4th March 2011       ...
Traffic Problems                                                                                  Shinewaves Competition T...
Getting to Know Our Governors                                                                                     This wee...
Children in the Spotlight                    Ellie has passed her 10m                         Rainbow Swimming            ...
A Team Match Reports                                      Farnborough 5 Norwood 5 (League Game) After Farnborough had take...
BINGO!                Next Screening:                9.2.11                                      EYES DOWN! On the 25th Fe...
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Issue 23

  1. 1. Norwood News Issue 23 4th March 2011 Arts Festival Countdown Menu 1 19 weeks to go Week TERM DATES The Romans Are Here! Spring Term 2011 Year 3 finished their Roman topic last week with an invasion from parents, staff and Term Ends: children from the whole school! Friday 1st April. School closes at 2pm Pupils from 3K & 3H proudly showed off their Roman homework projects and impressed Summer Term 2011 visitors with their knowledge and understanding of all things Roman! Children return to school Tuesday 19th April at 8.55am The exhibition was also supported by David Regan’s Grandad, who showed us his School closed: collection of Roman artefacts and passed on his enthusiasm and knowledge of the Good Friday 22nd April Roman Empire. Easter Monday 25th April Children return to school Visitors to Year 3 were able to marvel at mosaics, stare in awe at amazing armour Tuesday 26th April at 8.55am designs, gasp in amazement at miniature replicas of Hadrian’s Wall and Roman Temples School closed: and read through booklets and fact files about Roman life. Bank Holiday Friday 29th April A huge thank you to all the children, parents and grandparents for their enthusiasm, School closed: time and skills in producing such wonderful pieces of work and for making this project Bank Holiday Monday 2nd such a great success! May Half Term: Mon 30th May-Fri 3rd June School closed: Friday 1st July (Staff training day) Term Ends: Friday 22nd July. School closes at 2pm Autumn Term 2011 School Closed Thursday 1st September Friday 2nd September (Staff training days) Children return to school Monday 5th September Half Term Mon 24th-Fri 28th October Term Ends: Friday 16th December at 2pm Spring Term: Tuesday 3rd January 2012 (Staff training day)Norwood Crescent, Southport. PR9 7DU. Tel: 01704 211960. Fax 01704 232712. Head Teacher: Mr Lee Dumbell. Email: admin.norwood@schools.sefton.gov.uk www.norwoodprimaryschool.com
  2. 2. Traffic Problems Shinewaves Competition TimeMany parents have complained to school about the constant traffic Last week’s competition was to design a Viking coin. problems with parents parking across drives and on the zig-zag Unfortunately there were no entries.lines around school. We have contacted the local traffic enforcement officers, who have promised that they will be making regular visits 1st March 2011 was World Maths Day, so this week’s to ensure the safety of the children walking down Norwood competition has a mathematical theme. Can you Crescent. create a maths crossword (or crossnumber) or mathematical vocabulary wordsearch? We will be We ask that all parents support us in keeping our children safe by looking for mathematical accuracy and overall parking in the proper areas. There is always a member of staff on presentation. Why not decorate your puzzle with the playground to supervise the children from 8.30 am so there is maths images? Good Luck! no need for the late dash that seems to occur by 8.45 am. Pop your entries in the competition post box, outside Please help us before an accident to one of our children occurs. the hall, by Tues 8th March with your name and class on the back. Next week’s clubs (w/b 7.3.11)Monday Yr5 Top up swimming at Dunes Star of the Week KS2 Cross Country practice (lunchtime) Y4 Sports Aerobics in the hall till 4.20 pm RJT: Abbie YoungTuesday School Council meeting (lunchtime) RJT: Ruby Zeqo Eco Committee meeting (lunchtime) RT: Nathan Richards Library (lunchtime) RT: Niamh Mills Band Club in 1D till 4.15 pm 1B: Lucy Fowler Y4/5/6 Netball till 4.15 pm Yr6 SATS Booster class till 4.30 1D: Naomi Hall YR Wally Cain Dance Club Hall till 4 pm 2W: Sean Cairns Y1 Science in 4M till 4.15 pm 2M: Eliot King B Team Football Match Home to Linaker till 4.45 pm 2M: Pascal Saleta SilverWednesday Library (lunchtime) 3H: Morgan McFord Silver Y1 Filmclub in YR till 4.10 pm 3H: Emma Gregson Silver Y2-4 Southport Football Club till 4.20 pm 3K: Jakob Young Silver Yr6 Cookery Club till 5 pm Yr3 Art Invaders till 4.15 pm 3K: Sean Gowers Silver Yr5 & 6 Tag Rugby Tournament at Kew Woods 12.30-3 pm 4M: Sam Davies 4P: Heather WeightsThursday KS2 Singing Club (lunchtime) 5B: Georgia Hampton-Bradshaw Library (lunchtime) Y2 Art Club in Y2 till 4.15 pm 5B: Kane Baggaley Silver Y5 History detectives in Y5 till 4.15 pm 5M: Daniel Lawrence 5M: Luke JacksonFriday Netball Team practice till 4.15 pm 5M: Lucas Thaw Silver 6P: Melissa HeyesPlease collect the children from the playground and do not wait for them by 6C: Jake Hawkings the office. 6C: Joe Edmunds Silver There will be notification if there are any changes to these clubs. News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  3. 3. Getting to Know Our Governors This week Mrs Hilton took some time out of her very busy schedule to answer some questions that our news team had put to her. I wonder if anybody can answer her question? Q. What do you do In your spare time ? A. Going to the Lake District and walking in the hills. As a family we used to water ski until they put a speed limit of 10 mph on Lake Windermere. (Katy Watkinson) Charity Cake Sale Q. Which aspect of your role do you enjoy most? Thank you every one who made A. I enjoy being part of a great school cakes for our sale on 28th March and its staff. 2011 as it was a great success (Finn Cromack) raising £40 for Cancer Charity. 197a Sussex Road, Southport, PR8 6DG. Q. What made you want to be a Telephone: 01704 544028 Governor of Norwood? (within Victoria Methodist Church) A. I was a pupil at the old NorwoodSessional day care for children aged 3 years+ school and both my daughters have been Places available for September 2011 to Norwood. One of my daughters Monday - Friday 9.15am - 12.15pm started at the old school. On the first day of the new school being open, all the Ofsted Registration No: 310454 There is another sale on 7th children, staff and some parents meet at Graded GOOD at last Ofsted inspection March but this time its Yr4 and the old school and we all walked together (April 2010) Yr6 to bake, so get baking! to the new school. When Mr Milne locked Feel free to phone or drop in for an the door for the last time it fell off. application form. (Taylor McKenzie) By Jamie Russell 4P (School Registered Charity No. 1019241 Council) (One of your teachers used to be in my class at Norwood. Would any of you know who?) Advertising Our Local Businesses Adverts are placed independently and we are grateful for the donations towards the cost. However we are not otherwise linked directly with the businesses. Please see Mrs Gregson for more information about placing an advert. News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  4. 4. Children in the Spotlight Ellie has passed her 10m Rainbow Swimming Erin has achieved Class award. Super! Award in her Pre- Primary Dance. Wonderful! Jordan has passed his Stage 2 National Swimming Plan award. Terrific! Jamie has passed his 400m Rainbow Jessica has passed her Swimming award. 5m Rainbow Amazing! Swimming award. Fabulous! Forthcoming EventsWednesday 9th March Y5/6 Tag Rugby Tournament at Kew Woods thMonday 14 March Y5 Wider Opportunities Concert at Southport Theatre thFriday 18 March PTA Comic Relief Discos Letter to follow with informationTuesday 22nd March Parents Interviews Appointments from 3.30-6.00 pmThursday 24 March th Parents Interviews Appointments from 5-8 pm thFriday 25 March Y5 Wider Opportunities Concert with Halle at Southport Theatre th thFriday 6 -8 May Y4 Residential to RobinwoodMonday 9th-13th May Y6 SATS thTuesday 14 -17 June th Y6 Residential to Llangollen thSaturday 25 June Summer Fair 12-3 pmWednesday 29 June th Sports Day Juniors am Infants pmMonday 4th-16th July Arts Festival News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  5. 5. A Team Match Reports Farnborough 5 Norwood 5 (League Game) After Farnborough had taken a 3-0 lead,it was Jamie Hough who scored for Norwood to make it 3 - 1. Farnborough scored again to make it 4-1 but Tom Langford and Tom Mitchell both then scored to make it 4-3. Further pressure by Farnborough made it 5-3 with only eight minutes remaining on the clock. Norwoods never say dieattitude was shown however as Daniel Lawrence scored a fourth goal for Norwood to make it 5-4 to Farnborough. Finally, in the last minute a superb lob from Joe Edmunds beat the Farnborough keeper, with Norwood receiving their just deserves and a 5-5 draw. What an excellent game! Man of the Match:Ashley Gavan Team: Aaron Rimmer, Jamie Hough, Jaydon Lavelle, Tom Stewart, Tom Langford, Tom Mitchell, Jack Wallbank, Daniel Lawrence, Joe Edmunds, Ashley Gavan, Lewis Hitchcock. Duddy Shield Cup game Norwood 7 Marshside 0 Goals from Tom Mitchell and Tom Stewart gave Norwood a super 2-0 lead in the first third. However, a magnificentcontinuous effort from Lucas Thaw, who scored the next FOUR goals for Norwood made it 6-0. Finally Tom Mitchell scored again to make it a massive 7 nil victory for Norwood. Well done boys! Man of the Match: Lucas Thaw. Team: Aaron Rimmer, Jamie Hough, Jaydon Lavelle, Tom Stewart, Tom Langford, Tom Mitchell, Jack Wallbank, Daniel Lawrence, Joe Edmunds, Ashley Gavan, Lucas Thaw, Matthew Van-Sprang Rimmer. The next Duddy Shield cup game will be against the winners of St. Patricks and Linaker. Norwood 0 Larkfield 2 (League Game) After a close first third, Larkfield scored to make it 1 nil. Norwood continued to press for an equaliser and came close on many occasions. Excellent saves from the Larkfield keeper prevented a Norwood goal. In the final third, Larkfield pressed again with Aaron Rimmer making some necessary saves to keep it at 1-0. This was until the last five minutes when Larkfield scored a thunderous shot from near the half way line to make it a Larkfield, 2-0 win. Better luck next time Norwood! Man of the Match: Aaron RimmerTeam: Aaron Rimmer, Jamie Hough, Jaydon Lavelle, Tom Stewart, Tom Langford, Tom Mitchell, Jack Wallbank, Luke Ashton, Ashley Gavan, Lucas Thaw, Matthew Van-Sprang Rimmer, Lewis Hitchcock. B Team Football Matches Kew Woods B 2 Norwood B 2 First Norwood scored with a fantastic goal by Liam Healey. Five minutes later, Kew Woods equalised and they thought they were back in the game. However Joe Rimmers amazing shot was headed on by Harry ODriscoll to Owen Taylor, who shot against the post. In the second half, Kew Woods took the lead despite some superb saves by Josh Watkins, including one with his head! Just when Kew Woods looked like they were going to win, Daniel Monahan hit the ball into the net. The final whistle ended a very exciting game. by Harry ODriscoll and Daniel Monahan Man of the Match: Liam Healey Norwood B 0 Churchtown B 7 (Greenall Cup)Churchtown ran out well deserved winners of this cup match as their superior passing was too strong for the B team despite Harry ODriscoll going very close with a shot. Josh Watkins was the busier keeper and it was only Dannon Lavelles terrific defending, including an overhead kick off the line, which kept the score low. Man of the Match: Dannon LavelleTeam: Josh Watkins, Sam Peet, Dannon Lavelle, Jake Hawkings, Nathan Onyett, Joe Rimmer, Daniel Monahan, Liam Healey, Owen Taylor, Harry ODriscoll and Tom Lawson. News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  6. 6. BINGO! Next Screening: 9.2.11 EYES DOWN! On the 25th February 2011, Norwood hosted a fantastic Bingo family evening! Up to 80 children and adults attended and there was lots of fun for everyone! Mr Lonsdale was fabulous, as the Bingo caller and entertained usGo Panda Go all with his knowledge of wonderful Bingo terms! There were many winners and lots of laughter, fun and sweets were shared! A BIG THANK YOU to all staff who helped, but especially to our INCREDIBLE P.T.A for organising and arranging! Arts Festival Bag Packing Yrs 4/5/6 Please don’t forget bag packing at Morrisons! Saturday 10 am-4 pm Fair Trade Assembly Ready Reckoner School Meals This week the children had a special assembly by Lynne McAllister, who spoke about Fair Trade and how we can ensure that the farmers who produce our food in different parts of the world get a good wage from what I Day =£1.60 they grow. Some of the children acted out a scene to show how trade can 2 Days =£3.20 lead to farmers getting less and less money for their crops and how we can 3 Days =£4.80 help them. It was really interesting and we are glad we know what we can 4 Days =£6.40 do to make it more fair. 5 Days =£8.00 Helpful Hints: Communication It is really important to check your child’s book bag each night after school. Newsletters are sent home on a weekly basis and we do send other letters and communication as well. Staff are concerned at the amount of what appears to be unread information left in children’s bookbags each day! News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack

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