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    • Norwood News Issue 37 Wednesday 29th June 2011 Menu 2 Week Summer Fayre TERM DATES Summer Term 2011 The day began with grey clouds, it then poured with rain! But did that stop Norwood’s P.T.A? Did that prevent the dedicated visitors? NO IT DID NOT! School closed: What a day! There was so much to do and the weather certainly did not Friday 1st July (Staff training day) dampen Norwood’s spirit! We were entertained by the amazing Year 5 Music Term Ends: band, the fabulous Morris Dancers and a truly amazing taekwondo display by Friday 22nd July. School the Unite group. Norwood visitors were able to prepare fruit crumbles to cook closes at 2pm later, decorate their own mugs, ride on the model train; bounce on the bouncy castles, burst balloons with your bottom...........the list was endless. Without a Autumn Term 2011 School Closed doubt, one of the highlights was seeing Mr Dumbell in the stocks! Thursday 1st September Well done to all those who soaked him! Friday 2nd September Norwood P.T.A would like to give a huge THANK YOU to everyone for their (Staff training days) support and an equally big THANK YOU to all the parents and staff who gave up Children return to school their time. Without their dedication, Norwood would not be the school it is! Monday 5th September Half Term Mon 24th-Fri 28th October Term Ends: Friday 16th December at 2pm Spring Term: 2012 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 June – Friday 8th 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
    • Forthcoming Events th thMonday 4 -15 July Arts FestivalThursday 14th July Arts Festival Extravaganza 6-9.30 pmFriday 15th July Arts Festival Parade 1.30 pm on fieldThursday 21st July Leavers Disco 6-8 pmFriday 22nd July Leavers service 9.30 am Leyland Rd Methodist Church. Dinner Money Increase September 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL T-SHIRT Please note there is an increase to school meals from 1st September 2011. FOUND NEAR GRANGE Costs will be £1.70 per day/£8.50 per week. To help you work out how much to ROAD! owe use the ready reckoner below. Please contact Mrs Ferrier Dinner Money Ready Reckoner at school for further 1 day = £1.70 details. 2 days = £3.40 3 days = £5.10 4 days = £6.80 5 Days = £8.50 If your child is absent for any reason please remember to deduct £1.70 from the Star of the Weekfollowing weeks money, as we carry forward these as credits and you will owe less money. In future we will be ringing parents, whether at home or at work to ask RJT:Owen Ashton Silver them to bring late money into school. RJT:Jessica Pagan GOLD RT:Lily Armitage Silver RT:Kiera James Silver Next Week’s Clubs (4/7/11) RT:Kieran Homewood Silver 1B:Ben Paisley Silver Monday School Council meeting (lunchtime) 1B:Nathan Livingstone Silver KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm 1D:Lucy Murray Silver Judo KS2 hall till 4.35 pm 1D:Lewis Midgley Silver Y5 Hockey on MUGA till 4.30 pm Coach Bob Hale 2W:Jamie Shaw GOLD Tuesday Eco Meeting Y2 12.30 KS2 2W:Rachel Hooton GOLD KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm 2M:Hayley Marshall Silver Library (lunchtime) 2M:Henry Watkinson GOLD Windband Y1 till 4.10 pm 3H:Katie Badley Silver 3H:Casey Morgan Silver 3K:Sophie Lawrence GOLD Wednesday Library (lunchtime) 3K:Niamh Edmunds GOLD 4M:Lewis Peacock Silver Thursday Singing club (lunchtime) 4P:Emily Hagan Silver 5B:Lucy Berry Silver Friday 5B:Luke Ashton Silver 5M:Tom Langford Silver 5M:Matthew Vansprang-Rimmer Silver Please collect the children from the playground and do not wait 5M:Lucy Pettifer GOLD for them by the office. 6P:Molly Glinn SilverThere will be notification if there are any changes to these clubs. 6C:Sabrina OrmesherNews team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
    • Children in the Spotlight Fahim, Ben & Jamie play for Hesketh Casual Colts Elliot plays for Southport U9s Football Team. Amateurs U8s Football They came 4th in the Southport Funfest. Super! Team, who came 4th in the Southport Funfest. Terrific! Hannah plays for Hesketh Colt Girls Jamie was Katie has passed Georgia plays for U9s Football Team. awarded Player of her Level 2 Hesketh Casual Colts They play in the the day by First Personal Survival Girls U9s Football West Lancs Girlss Strike Football Award. Team. Fantastic! League. Great! Academy. Wonderful! Jakob plays for Joshua was awarded Toby received his Brooke & Niamh Southport Trinity U8s Player of the Week certificate for competed in the Welsh Football Team, who from First strike eating the most Open Aerobic Gymnastics entered the Southport Academy. He was chocolate at a Competition. Brooke came Funfest. He also awarded Supporters Kidsclub whilst on 3rd in her individual received a medal from Player of the Year from holiday in Spain. category. Niamh & Brooke First Strike Football Southport Junior Well done! got a gold medal for their Academy. Football Club U7s part in the trio category. Congratulations! Team. Outstanding! Awesome!News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
    • Norwood’s Next Big Thing! Alan Sugar eat your heart out! What young entrepreneurs we have! The week began with children making the productsthat they were going to sell and ended with a big sale on Thursday 23rd June. The children were amazing, explaining their products and persuading people to buy! As parents you were fantastic, supporting and encouraging the children as you looked at all the products, but mainly, for completing your feedback sheets in such detail and with such enthusiasm. Here are some of your comments: ‘What a great idea! Really enjoyed the market stalls.’ ‘My daughter has loved the last fortnight!’‘The children all seemed involved, even the quieter ones gained confidence! It is a real incentive for them to design, make and sell their craft work.’ ‘Very good selling techniques. I am impressed with all the hard work with handmade goods.’ Your main criticism was the noise in the hall, which we are all in agreement with and hope to change in any future enterprise work. So on to the winners: Parent’s best product: Year 6 Most percentage of profit: 4M Total profit towards the Arts Festival: £1012.84 Finally, we would love to thank you all for such enthusiasm and generosity. Summer Reading Challenge – Circus Stars. School Council News We recently had a visit from Sefton Libraries to talk to the childrenabout this year’s Summer Reading Challenge. The challenge is simple: Andrew Ross from AV Engineering came to talk read six or more library books over the summer. This summer the to the School Council about tables & benchesReading Challenge heads for the big top as children swoop into libraries for the playground. The children were veryon the circus trapeze. Everyone who signs up for the Summer Reading impressed with the tables which had gamesChallenge 2011 can keep track of the books they read on a special fold- tops for chess or snakes & ladders. out stage, and it’s free to join.The fun doesn’t stop at the library though! The Circus Stars website hasbeen designed to bring a whole new dimension to the Summer ReadingChallenge. Log on to the Circus Stars website: www.circus-stars.org.uk Here you can HYPERLINK "http://www.circus-stars.org.uk/choose- character.aspx" create your own avatar and join the gang on a journey through HYPERLINK "http://www.circus-stars.org.uk/circus- games.aspx" games and activities. You can HYPERLINK "http:// www.circus-stars.org.uk/view-profile.aspx" keep track of the books you’re reading, HYPERLINK "http://www.circus-stars.org.uk/kenel-chat.aspx" send messages to other Circus Stars, and even HYPERLINK "http://www.circus-stars.org.uk/author-spotlight.aspx" meet some famous authors! We even stopped traffic...News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack