Norwood News                                  Issue 33                                                  27th May 2011     ...
Forthcoming EventsTuesday 14th-17th June              Y6 Residential to LlangollenWednesday 15th June                 Walk...
Children in the Spotlight     Aimee has passed her         Alfie was awarded Most                                        H...
Arts Festival T-Shirts                                                                            Please place your orders...
Planting at Holy Trinity School                                                                                           ...
PTA Fashion Show   Thank you for attending and thank you to all our fantastic models who brilliantly ‘strutted their stuff...
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  1. 1. Norwood News Issue 33 27th May 2011 Arts Festival Countdown Menu 1 8 weeks to go Week TERM DATES Year One Post Man Visit Summer Term 2011 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 Last week Colin the postman came to Norwood. He talked to Year One about posting Monday 5th September letters and parcels. We watched a DVD all about ‘Lennie the Letter’ and how he goes Half Term in the postbag and sometimes on a night train. Colin made us all guess how much a Mon 24th-Fri 28th October 1st class stamp cost- 46p! Many thanks to Colin who gave up his day off to come and talk to us. Term Ends: By Grace Maciver and Callum Morris. Friday 16th December at 2pm Spring Term: 2012 Tuesday 3rd January (Staff training day) Film Club Children return to school Wednesday 4th January 2012 Yr 5 have recently been doing film club on a Wednesday. You watch a film then at the Half Term: end you talk about what you liked or didn’t like, then you vote on the film. There are Monday 13th-Friday 17th always a different variety of votes from 1 to 5. Here are the national star scores for the February films we watched: Hue and Cry -3* Term ends for Spring The Secret of Kells – 4* Break: Friday 30th March at 2pm Return from Witch Mountain – 4* Good Friday & Easter Monday Storm Boy – 3* fall during Spring Break Fantastic Mr Fox – 5* Overall, Norwood’s favourite Y5 film was Fantastic Mr Fox because it was modern and Summer Term 2012 everybody liked it! We would recommend FILM CLUB to everybody we know! Children return to school Written by Georgia Lonsdale, Megan Powderly, Annie McCoid Monday 16th April at 8.55amNorwood 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. Forthcoming EventsTuesday 14th-17th June Y6 Residential to LlangollenWednesday 15th June Walking Bus & ‘Brake’ Record Attempt to prevent speeding by motoristsMonday 13th-24th June Norwood’s Next Big Thing-Enterprise FortnightWednesday 22nd June Y6 Induction day to High SchoolThursday 23rd June Wally Cain Dance Festival 7 pm. thSaturday 25 June Summer Fair 12-3 pm-offers of help needed!Wednesday 29 Juneth Sports Day Juniors am EY/KS1 pmMonday 4th-15th July Arts FestivalThursday 14th July Arts Festival Extravaganza 6-9.30 pmFriday 15th July Arts Festival Parade 1.30 pm on fieldFriday 22nd July Leavers service 9.30 am Leyland Rd Methodist Church. Star of the Week Next Week’s Clubs (6/6/11) RJT: Alice Jones Silver RJT: Ruby Zeqo GOLD Monday KS2 Cross Country 12.10 Field RT: Max Teale GOLD School Council meeting (lunchtime) RT: Louis Sumner GOLD KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm 1B: Erin Waggett Silver Tuesday Eco Meeting Y2 12.30 KS2 1D: Abi Skinsley Silver KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm 1D: Sam Sproat Silver Library (lunchtime) 2W: Charlie Kearns Silver Windband Y1 till 4.10 pm 2W: Isabelle Hopkins-Lane GOLD Y4/5 Netball till 4.15 pm 2M: Cody Robinson Silver YR Dance Club till 4.00 pm 2M: Jamie Roberts GOLD Y1 Science Club Y4 till 4.15 pm Y5/6 QuadKidz Athletics till 4.15 pm 3H: Ryan Graham Silver 3H: David Regan Silver Wednesday Library (lunchtime) 3K: Rachael Cresswell Silver Y3/4 QuadKidz Athletics till 4.15 pm 3K: Niamh Edmunds Silver Y6 Filmclub till 5 pm 4M: Kayleigh Ormesher Boys (Y5/6) Cricket Team Practice till 4.20 pm 4M: Owen Campbell Silver 4M: Robert Watson Silver Thursday KS2 Singing Club (lunchtime) 4M: Ollie Rimmer GOLD Library (lunchtime) Y5/6 Streetwise in Y6 till 5 pm 4P: Jamie Russell GOLD Puppet Making Family Learning 3.30-5.00 5B: Freya Hanson-Lewis Silver 5B: Joshua Thistlethwaite Silver Friday Y5 Girls Cricket (Coach Craig Todd) 3.20-4.20 pm 5M: Tom Mitchell Silver 5M: Megan Powderly GOLD Please collect the children from the playground and do not wait for 5M: Bethany Heyes GOLD them by the office. 6P: Nicholas Butterworth Silver There will be notification if there are any changes to these clubs. 6P: Aaron Rimmer GOLD 6C: Jake Hawkings SilverNews team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
  3. 3. Children in the Spotlight Aimee has passed her Alfie was awarded Most Hayley entered a competition for Annie was a Mega finalist in Level 8 for the Improved Player & Player Pink magazine & won a Pop Princess the worlds largest Chess Trampette in Award by Southport Sharks CD 2011. Congratulations! Tournament 2011. Amazing! gymnastics. Brilliant! RFC U8s Team. Wow! Henry has achieved purple Jasmine was awarded Joe was awarded Players Matthew has passed his Level 7 & stripe in Taekwondo. Best Kid at Kidz Klub. Player of the Year by Ben has passed his Level 6 Terrific! Super! Burscough JFC U8s. He also Proficiency Award in Gymnastics. plays for Southport JFC U8s Awesome! who came 2nd in the Southport Tournament. Fantastic! Shinewaves Competition TimeLast week’s competition was to write a poem or limerick about walking to school. The winner with a poem entitled ‘Don’t Be A Fool, Just Walk To School’ was Caris Dixon from 5M. Well done! This week’s competition is by special request. Some listeners have requested a design a monster competition. So thisweek’s competition is to create a mythical monster, anyway you like: describe in words, draw, paint, collage or model. Make sure you include a name and explain any special features your creature has.Pop your design in the Shinewaves postbox, or hand in at the office if it is too big, with your name and class on the back by the morning of Tuesday 7th June. News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
  4. 4. Arts Festival T-Shirts Please place your orders for Arts Festival T-Shirts a.s.a.p. to avoid disappointment. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Home made Pizza Home Made Lasagne Roast Lamb Chicken Curry Jumbo Fish Baked Beans Side Salad Veg of the Day Boiled Rice Fingers Potato Wedges Crusty Bread Roast Potatoes Naan Bread Veg of the Day Chipped Potatoes Quorn Bolognese Chicken Wraps Tomato Pesto Pasta Minced Pork PIe Week Side Salad Garlic Bread Veg of the Day Home Made One Coleslaw Mashed Potato Quiche Coleslaw Lemon Sponge & Homemade Fruit Salad & Ice Oaty Cookies Jacket Potato Custard Shortbread Cream Biscuit Mini Cherry Muffin Baked Sausage Cheese & Potato Puff Roast Turkey Spaghetti Bolognese Salmon Fish Cakes Veg of the Day Side Salad Veg of the Day Garlic Bread Veg of the Day Mash Potato Jacket Wedges Roast Potatoes Chipped Potatoes Vegetable Curry Chicken & Sweetcorn Filled Pitta Bread Cheese & Onion Hawaiian Pizza Week Boiled Rice Pasta Coleslaw Quiche Coleslaw Two Naan Bread Crusty Bread MIxed Salad Veg of the Day Jacket Potato Saute Potatoes Chocolate Sponge Melting Moments Bakewell Tart & & Raspberry Sauce Biscuits Custard Home Made Flap Jelly & Ice Cream Jack Oven Baked Minced Beef & Onion Roast Pork & Gravy Turkey Korma Baked Fish Finger Meatballs in Pesto Pie Veg of the Day Boiled Rice Veg of the Day & Penne Pasta Veg of the Day Roast Potatoes Naan Bread Chipped Potatoes Creamed Potato Frittata Sliced Gammon Week Baked Beans Chicken Fillet Pasta Bake All Day Breakfast Mixed Salad & Three Potato Rosti Veg of the Day Green Salad Bread Roll Saute Potatoes Apple Crumble & Chocolate Muffin Fresh Fruit Salad Sponge Finger Viennese Whirls Custard or Cheese & CrackersNorwood 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
  5. 5. Planting at Holy Trinity School Charity Cake Sale The School Council would like to say a very big thank you to the children in Years 3 & 4 for their wonderful cakes. It was a very successful sale and we raised a magnificent £101 towardsSian & Harry from the School Council, recently went to Holy Trinity School to the schools charity, Cancer help with the planting of shrubs & trees in their school grounds. Norwood Research. School Council is part of the Sefton Learning Partnership & has now forged close links with other School Councils. Norwood’s Next Big Thing! Enterprise ProjectHas your child got a flair for business? Do they possess the gift of the gab? Would they be able to sell ice to the Eskimos? Well if the answer is yes, we have the showcase for them! During the fortnight in June, Monday 13th June – Friday 24th June, your child will be involved in an Enterprise Project named ‘Norwood’s Next Big Thing!’ This event will involve problem solving skills, communication and creativity. The children will learn how to pitch, what a product is and how to be persuasive! Each class is to be given an amount of money and their job is to make a product that can be sold for a profit. Classes will be making the exact same product, but will be competing against each other to see who can raise the most funds.All money raised will be going towards our Arts Festival beginning the 4th July, whereby all family members are welcome to visit the school on the Sale Day (23rd June), to not only go to their child’s class, but to go around the whole schoolcommenting on each classes persuasive selling skills, the quality of product and the simple enjoyment factor. Like all good sales people (and from many an Apprentice program – bad sales people!), the school fully appreciates that no sales may be made, but we would still value your comments, enthusiasm and involvement!More information will follow nearer the time, but if you have any comments or concerns then please feel free to email me, Miss A. McCarthy, on a.mccarthy@norwoodmail.co.uk. Many thanks for your continued support and commitment to make Norwood a wonderful school!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
  6. 6. PTA Fashion Show Thank you for attending and thank you to all our fantastic models who brilliantly ‘strutted their stuff’ on the catwalk! We raised, approximately, a truly wonderful £200! KS2 Boys KS1 Girls KS2 Girls KS1 Boys Victoria Park Fun Run Last Thursday a group of Y5 and Y6 children attended the Victoria Park 1 mile run. All children completed the mile and Tom Langford (Y5) came 1st in just 3 seconds off the track record! Both the Y5 and Y6 boys came a fantastic 2nd place overall! Mrs Bentley and Mrs Harris would like to thank all the parents and staff who have attended the cross country events this year, your support has been fantastic. But most of all a HUGE well done to all the children who have attended cross country training sessions and events. You have been superb and lets hope next year is just as rewarding and as fun. YR 6 Topic WorkLast week, as part of their World War Two topic, Year Six had a fantastic time coding and decoding messages with Mr Jameslearning about the famous German Enigma machine. We also had our Make Do and Mend exhibition, where children broughtin their projects. It was wonderful to see so much variety, including sewing, gardening, knitting, cooking, baking and wood/ metal work. Such fantastic skills to teach Mrs Coleman! National Gymnastics Finals Last Sunday Tom (from 5B) competed at the National Gymnastics Finals in Birmingham. This involved all regions in the UK competing as teams and individuals. Tom was in the North West team representing his age group (an achievement in itself to be selected). The North West team came 4th overall after competing on seven pieces: rings; pommels; floor; high bar; parallel bars; vault and conditioning set. As an individual Tom came 9th overall for his age group out of the UK. We are very proud of him and his commitment to the sport. Well done Tom!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

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