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    • Norwood News Issue 39 Friday 15th July 2011 Menu Remember 1 School closes 2pm Week Friday 22nd July. Don’t forget to check out our website over the holidays for up to date information. TERM DATES School Council News Autumn Term 2011 School Closed Darcy and Thea attended the Sefton Learning Partnership Conference at the Thursday 1st September Ramada Hotel in Southport, on Thursday. They took part in a presentation to Friday 2nd September Headteachers and Governors from many Southport Schools. A number of schools have (Staff training days) been working together in different groups trying to address local issues or concerns. Children return to school Norwood has been a member of the group The Green Machines, with Holy Family, Monday 5th September Holy Trinity, Larkfield and St Philips. There have been meetings at the different schools and joint ventures, which have included planting bulbs at the Hospice and litter New reception children part picking on the seafront, as well as developing projects at the individual schools. time 8th-21st full time from 22nd Half Term Mon 24th-Fri 28th October Monday 31st October (Staff training) 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 The work of The Green Machines will continue next year and they hope to extend Monday 16th April at 8.55am their links with the wider community. School closed: Bank Holiday Monday 7th May Half Term: Monday 4th June – Swimming 1st day back! Friday 8th June Term ends for Summer The current Y3 children going into Y4 in Sept will start their swimming lessons on Break: Wednesday 18th July at the first day back after the summer holidays (5/9/11). They will need their kit- 2pm including googles and a hat.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
    • Forthcoming EventsThursday 21st July Leavers Disco 6-8 pmFriday 22nd July Leavers service 9.30 am Leyland Rd Methodist Church. FUSS (Free Uniforms for Schools) Dinner Money Increase September 2011 Please note there is an increase to school meals from 1st September 2011. FUSS is a Southport Charity offering nearlyCosts will be £1.70 per day/£8.50 per week. To help you work out how much new items of school uniform to low income to owe use the ready reckoner below. families, free of charge. Dinner Money Ready Reckoner We will be at Christ Church, Lord Street, on 1 day = £1.70 THURSDAY 18th AUGUST 2 days = £3.40 THURSDAY 25th AUGUST 3 days = £5.10 THURSDAY 1st SEPTEMBER 4 days = £6.80 Between 12 - 3 pm for you to collect or 5 Days = £8.50 donate uniforms. If your child is absent for any reason please remember to deduct £1.70 from For more information contact your school orthe following weeks money, as we carry forward these as credits and you will Nicola - 01704 553531owe less money. In future we will be ringing parents, whether at home or at work to ask them to bring late money into school. Calling Past Pupils Next Week’s Clubs (15/7/11) Monday School Council meeting (lunchtime) Are you a past pupil? Do you have any interesting memories, stories or TES Schools Awards 2011 photographs from your time at Norwood; either here at Norwood Crescent or at our previous home on Norwood Road? If the answer is yes then wed love to hear from you, as we are currently looking for information to put on the Old School section of our website. We can be contacted by phone on 01704 Mrs Gore was invited to the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London and treated to 211960 or by email at a fantastic meal and award ceremony as recognition for the educational oldschool@norwoodmail.co.uk resources that she has uploaded to TES, (Times Educational Supplement). Rory Bremner hosted the event and Mrs Gore had a fantastic time. TES had this to say about the awards, "Not even a royal wedding is as good at lifting the gloom as hearing about the inspirational work going on in our schools. While the economic downturn is squeezing budgets everywhere and more cuts are on the way - schools across the UK are still managing to push the boundaries. Now in their third year, the TES Schools Awards or Tessas aim to celebrate this work. This year’s awards attracted a record number of entries, extolling the achievements of teachers, school leaders, support staff and pupils alike. If there is one principle underlying the awards it is that success is a team effort. It is rarely the product of one person acting alone."News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
    • Children in the Spotlight Morgan took part in a Charlotte has Emily has passed her Gymnastics Competition passed her Stage 4 Water Skills Level 6 organised by Southport National Swimming Award. Marvellous! YMCA working on the Award. Wonderful! floor, bars & vault. Congratulations! Matthew has Mia has passed Sian came 2nd in a passed his 100m Jack has been a her Bronze Sprint recent Quadkids Rainbow player for Hesketh Swimming Award. Competition. Super! Swimming Colts U7s Football Fantastic! Award. Brilliant! Team. Terrific! Oscar Award Winner Four of Norwood’s best writers from Years 5 and 6 were chosen to attend a Writing Activity Day at Kew Woods Primary School, with other children from the Southport area. During the day, one of the tasks given to the children was to write a film review and at the end of the day there was an awards ceremony and awards were given for the best pieces of writing. The standard of work produced was amazing and the teachers commented on how it had been a very difficult task to decide upon the winners. Mr Dumbell was overjoyed when he realised that there was a winner from Norwood! Hannah Tear from 5B won an Oscar for her fantastic film review. Well done Hannah! Keep up the good work.News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
    • Quadkids Tournament at Formby High After 6 weeks of training in Quadkids athletics, a team of Y3/4 and a Y5/6 children were selected to represent Norwood in the Southport Primary Schools Quadkids event. With each child throwing a vortex howler, doing a standing long jump, sprinting and running a distance, points were awarded for how well everyone did in each event.The Y3/4 team came 3rd overall with Joe Langford coming an excellent 2nd in the boys competition, Ollie Rimmer coming 4th and Maddie Hayes finishing 5th out of 28 competitors. N Netball TeamThe Y5/6 team came 4th overall with the best performance coming in the individual boys competition with Jamie Hough finishing 6th. Y3/4 boys team was Ben Newport, Jamie Marsh, Ollie Rimmer and Joe Langford. Y3/4 girls team was Emily Berry, Maddie Hayes, Joanna Meyler and Astrid Travis Y5/6 boys team was Tom Stewart, Tom Langford, Tom Lawson and Jamie Hough. Y5/6 girls team was Elise Bond, Amie Blundell, Anya Day and Natasha Leadbetter. As always it was an excellent competition with great enthusiasm and dedication from the children who did a super job representing the school. Fund Raising Reports Check This Out! Cancer Research Thank you to all parents who have sent in their reply slips from their reports. Please make sure these are sent in by next Friday as Mr Dumbell will read every one of the replies and will respond to any questions or queries mentioned in them. Well done to Katie Halsall and Rebecca Tomlinson from 3H! They raised £52.00 for Cancer Research, one of our school’s charities, from selling ice cream cones and ice pops Apologies after school. A big thank you also goes to the people who Apologies to Alex Day bought them! whose name was Cake Sale omitted from ‘The In Y3 Fiestaval’ in last weeks (Y5/6 baking) newsletter. Monday 18th 20p upwards. aye carumba!!"#"$%&()%$*+,$%-.*)%&()%$ Money collected will go to the+"-$*/*#*0#.$)"$012$-)&$ Heart Foundation in memory of"1($%3&""#$3"#"1(%$*+,$3(.%)$ We even stopped traffic...*)$!"#$%&$%($)%!*+,- Lauren Merryfield’s Grandad.News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack