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  1. Norwood News Issue 35 17TH JUNE 2011 Arts Festival Countdown Menu 3 5 weeks to go Week TERM DATES Year 4 Family Fun with Clay! Summer Term 2011 School closed: Friday 1st July You may be wondering why there are pictures of pigs on the front page of the (Staff training day) newsletter. These have been made by families in Year 4 during a Family After School Workshop. Term Ends: Friday 22nd July. School The clay was sloppy, it was slippy and when it dried there was grey dust everywhere closes at 2pm but the experience and enjoyment was fantastic. You have to admit they do look amazing. We are very proud of them. Here are our views about the workshop! Autumn Term 2011 School Closed I thought that making the body was hard. By Ellie Tutt Thursday 1st September Friday 2nd September I was proud of my snout because it had two perfect holes. By Fahim Alom (Staff training days) I thought it was difficult making the body because it was hard doing the bit where Children return to school you had to press your thumb in the middle. By Macy Mordey Monday 5th September It was tricky and hard but it looked great at the end. By Robert Watson Half Term It was tricky to do the tail because when you curled the clay it broke. Mon 24th-Fri 28th October By Lucy Fraser Term Ends: My tail on my pig kept on breaking so, I had to get my mum to make it. I loved the Friday 16th December at 2pm feel of the clay and I am so proud of my piglet. By Holly McQuillin Spring Term: 2012 I thought that making the legs would be hard but it wasnt. By Kayleigh Ormesher Tuesday 3rd January (Staff training day) Children return to school Wednesday 4th January 2012 Half Term: Monday 13th-Friday 17th February Term ends for Spring Break: Friday 30th March at 2pm Good Friday & Easter Monday fall during Spring Break Summer Term 2012 Children return to school Monday 16th April at 8.55am School closed: Bank Holiday Monday 7th May Half Term: Monday 4th JuneNorwood 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. STAFFING NEWS Class changes for 2011-12 “Care at the Chemist” We are pleased to announce the classes for September 2011, which are as listed below: Was Will Be With - RP Mrs Piggott Under the ‘Care at the Chemist’ scheme, patients may obtain - RT Mrs Thorpe free over the counter medicines from any pharmacies in Sefton. When patients are registered on the scheme this RJT 1B Mrs Baron allows them to discuss with the pharmacist minor ailments such as Coughs, Colds and simple pain. Allergy/Hay fever, RRT 1D Mr Doupe Athletes Foot, Cold Sores, Chesty Cough, 1D 2W Miss Wainwright Cold, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dry Cough, Head Lice, Headache/Temperature, Indigestion, Nasal Congestion, Sore 1B 2M Miss McCarthy Throat. You do not have to wait for an appointment with your doctor, 2M 3K Mrs Kenrick you can go to your registered Care at the Chemist pharmacy 2W 3H Mrs Harris and receive advice and treatment form your pharmacist free of charge. 3K 4M Mrs Murray Registration onto the scheme is simple - Just ask at any 3H 4C Mrs Coleman pharmacy 4P 5B Mrs Bentley 4M 5M Mrs McCarthy 5M 6JP Mrs Perrett 5B 6P Mr Postlethwaite The children will continue to benefit from specialist teaching from Mrs Goulden (Art), Mrs Ashcroft (Forest Schools), Mrs Rigby (P.E.), Mrs Taylor (Personal, Social and Health Education), Mrs O’Neill (Spanish), and Sefton Support Service (Music). There will be opprtunities for the children to spend the afternoon with their new class teacher on Wednesday 22nd June, although Reception children will have more visits to Year 1 arranged for them. Advertising Our Local BusinessesIf you would like to make a donation towards the cost of the newsletter, an advert for your local business could be placed inour newsletter. Please contact Mrs Gregson in the school office for further details. Adverts are placed independently and we are grateful for the donations towards the cost. However we are not otherwise linked directly with the businesses.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
  3. Forthcoming EventsMonday 13th-24th June Norwood’s Next Big Thing-Enterprise FortnightMonday 20th June Y2 Visit to Liverpool Royal PhilharmonicWednesday 22nd June Y6 Induction day to High SchoolThursday 23rd June Y2 & Y6 Children’s University Graduation Edge HillThursday 23rd June Norwood’s Next Big Thing SALE! Come to School Front Door 2.30-3.30 pmThursday 23rd June Wally Cain Dance Festival 7 pm. thSaturday 25 June Summer Fair 12-3 pm-offers of help needed!Wednesday 29 June th Sports Day KS2 (Juniors) am EY/KS1 (Infants) pm thMonday 4 -15 July th Arts FestivalThursday 14th July Arts Festival Extravaganza 6-9.30 pmFriday 15th July Arts Festival Parade 1.30 pm on field PTA THEME WEEKS We would welcome any donations for the following stalls during the Week beginning 20th June-Bottles for the bottle stall and on Friday 24th June-Cakes for the cake stall, every little helps! Star of the Week Next Week’s Clubs (20/6/11) RJT: Abbie Young Silver Monday School Council meeting (lunchtime) RJT: Robbie Morgan GOLD KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm RT: Ben Watkins Silver Y5 Hockey till 4.30 pm RT: Megan Jones Silver KS2 Judo till 4.35 pm 1B: Bethany Russell Silver 1D: David Tear Silver Tuesday Eco Meeting Y2 12.30 KS2 1D: Courtney Kelk GOLD KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm 2W: Jessica Marr Silver Library (lunchtime) 2W: Lucy Peters GOLD Windband Y1 till 4.10 pm 2M: Jessica Laverty Silver YR Dance Club till 4.00 pm 2M: Eina Alom Silver Y1 Science Club Y4 till 4.15 pm 3H: Louise Lane Silver Y5/6 Quadkidz Athletics till 4.15 pm 3H: Malika Guenini Silver Y4/5 Netball 3.15-4.15 pm 3K: Alex Day Silver Wednesday Library (lunchtime) 3K: Jessica Harrison Silver Y4 Fun with Clay Family Learning till 5 pm 4M: George O’Driscoll Silver Y3/4 Quadkidz Athletics till 4.15 pm 4M: Kate Bishop GOLD 4P: Daniel Mercer-Jones Silver Thursday KS2 Singing Club (lunchtime) 5B: Bethany Hefferan Silver Library (lunchtime) 5B: Maddie Jones GOLD Y5/6 Streetwise in Y6 till 5 pm 5M: Ashley Gavan Silver Y3/4 Film Club till 5 pm 5M: Anya Day GOLD 6P: Elise Bond SilverPlease collect the children from the playground and do not wait for 6P: Amie Blundell Silver them by the office. 6C: Keira Rimmer SilverNews team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
  4. Children in the Spotlight Cody plays for Naomi took part in Tom came 1st in the Southport Southport FC U7s the recent Race Waterloo Athletic Club mile who came 3rd in a for Life event. race around Victoria Park recent Tournament Super! event. Fantastic! at Haig Ave. Brilliant! Madeleine received a Merit for her Grade 2 Ben has passed his ballet exam and Alice Stage 3 Swimming received a Class award Plan Award. for her Pre-Primary in Marvellous! Dance. Wonderful! Shinewaves Competition TimeLast week’s competition was to make a tree from recycled materials. Again there were brilliant entries. A special mention goes to Joshua Bunting for his creative ‘Breakfast Tree’. But, this week’s winner is a team effort by Robert and Emily Watson, who even recycled their newsletter to make leaves for their tree. Congratulations!This week’s competition is a photography competition. You are looking for a great close-up photograph of an insect. For ideas and information take a look at HYPERLINK "http://www.nationalinsectweek.co.uk"www.nationalinsectweek.co.uk. You will find previous competition winning photographs and ‘fun stuff’ to do. Pop your entry 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 28th June. Norwood’s Next Big Thing! Sale! 23rd June. Come to School Front Door, guidance will be given on entry to school. For safety purposes, children will go home at the normal time and place. Letters have gone out to parents. Many ThanksNews team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack

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