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  • 1. Norwood News Issue 6 8th October 2010 Arts Festival Countdown Menu 1 Week 38 weeks to go TERM DATES Year 1 Farmer Ted’s Autumn Term 2010 Half term: Monday 25th -Friday 29th October School closed: Monday 1st November (Staff training day) Term Ends: Friday 17th December. School closes at 2pm Spring Term 2011 Children return to school Wednesday 5th January at 8.55am Half Term: Monday 14th-Friday 18th February Term Ends: Friday 1st April. School closes at 2pm Summer Term 2011 Children return to school Tuesday 19th April at 8.55am Year 1 had a fantastic time during their visit to Farmer Ted’s last week. We enjoyed our School closed: tour of the new Guinea Pig village along with a spot of pony grooming, milking and the Good Friday 22nd April exciting ferret racing. The highlight of the day, of course, was the tractor ride where we Easter Monday 25th April were followed by some eager sheep and an angry looking bull! Children return to school Tuesday 26th April at 8.55am UP COMING DATES FOR YOUR DIARY School closed: Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May Wednesday 13th October SEAL celebration assembly KS2 1.30 pm EY/KS1 2.30 pm (For invited parents only.) Half Term: Mon 30th May-Fri 3rd June Saturday 16th October Family Cooking Day School closed: Friday 1st July (Staff training day) Wednesday 10th November-Come Dine with Us-Year 1 Parents Term Ends: Friday 12th November 7pm (Hall) PTA Quiz Night Friday 22nd July. School closes at 2pm Thursday 18th November SEAL Celebration Assembly KS2 1.30 pm EY/KS1 2.30 pm Friday 3rd December Christmas Fair 6 pm (Hall) 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. Children in the Spotlight Nancy has passed her Level 5 Low Bar Award and Level 5 Gymnastics Proficiency Award. Fantastic! Daniel was awarded Man of the Match from Southport Trinity U10's Football Team. Congratulations! Rachael has passed her 100m Rainbow Swimming Award. Wonderful! Lauren achieved an A pass in her Grade 2 exam in Modern Theatre and achieved a B pass in her Grade 1 Tap Dancing exam. Fabulous! PTA The PTA held their Annual General Meeting last Wednesday where the Chairs, Star of the Week Claire Stewart and Diane Lonsdale reviewed the year and outlined their plans for this coming year. 6C:Joseph Edmunds Parental support at events is always needed so please make every attempt to 6P:Abbie Wilson attend our PTA events. The next informal meeting will be held on Thursday 14th 6P:Jaydon Lavelle October at 3.15 pm after the sponsored Line Dance. 5M:Hannah Diss 5B:Georgia Lonsdale 4M:Ellie Blundell 4P:Emily Hagan 4P:Shafayeth Uddin Shinewaves Competition Time 3K:Natasha Watkins 3K:Alfie Cooke Last week’s competition was to capture ‘Autumn Colours’. The time and effort that went into some of the entries was amazing, so we couldn’t just pick one winner. A 3H:Brandon Chadwick-Boardman 3H:Hannah Gray family prize goes to Adam (2W) and Hannah Diss (5M). A KS1 prize goes to Jordan 2W:Charlie Kearns Monahan (2W) and a KS2 prize goes to Matthew Fusco (3H). Congratulations everyone! 2M:Henry Watkinson 1B:Erin Cowley This week is ‘Walk to School Week’. So, this week’s competition is to describe in 1D:Alicia Maiden writing and/or pictures your local area, telling us why it is special and why you enjoy walking to school. RRT:Max Teale RRT:Olivia Sproat RJT:Maisie Lynwode Pop your entries in the competition post box, outside the hall, by the morning of RJT:Robbie Morgan Wednesday 13th October. News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  • 3. Harvest Assembly School Council Sian, Astrid, Alex, Harry, Stephanie, Madeline, Laurence & Jamie outside Henshaw’s Home for the Blind with a selection of the beautiful flowers brought in by children from Years R, 1 School Council members with some of the happy residents after they had & 2 to cheer the residents. received the flowers. Jake, Fern, Ben & Rebecca helping Reverend Knight with the Junior Harvest assembly. Amy from Year 1 was preparing her pot for planting the daffodil. On Tuesday 5th of October it was harvest day. Hooray! Reverend Knight came in to explain to us what it was about and let us plant daffodil bulbs. Firstly, he placed stones in the bottom and then the compost. Next, he placed the bulb and topped with more compost. Reverend Knight wanted the daffodils to grow before the end of the assembly so he made everyone sing, dance and shout to persuade them to grow! It was very funny, but he realised it would take until spring. In the end we got a plant for each class, and we have to take special care, especially to water it. This assembly was fun, and we can’t wait for more. KS2 collected over £100 which will be passed to the charity selected by the School Council. A very big thank you to everyone who donated. by Molly Glinn News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  • 4. Year 2 Topic Egypt The Y2 teachers really got into the spirit of their topic work on Egypt as they explained to the children all the exciting things they would be doing on the subject. Pictured here are the teachers showing the children Egyptian artefacts and how the Egyptians dressed. Many thanks to Jessica Laverty's mum for bringing the items from Egypt. We look forward to hearing all about this topic from the children. B Team Football Farnborough B 9 Norwood B 0 This first match of the season saw a heavy defeat for the B team despite excellent defending by Dannon Lavelle, Jake Hawkings, Liam Healey and Darcy Iveson-Berkely and goalkeeping by Josh Watkins. Many of the team were making their debuts and showed a lot of enthusiasm, hard work and team spirit against the strongest team in the B team league. Team: Josh Watkins, Dannon Lavelle, Darcy Iveson-Berkeley, Jake Hawkings, Liam Healey, Harry O’Driscoll, George Southern, Brandon Robson, Tyler Birch, Joe Rimmer, Owen Taylor, Daniel Monahan, Sam Peet (capt) Man of the match Darcy Iveson- Berkeley PE Kits We would like to remind parents that all PE kits should be kept in school. It is essential that all items are clearly marked with your child’s name and class. Parents should ensure the correct clothing is kept in school at all times to ensure their child is able to access PE which is a statutory part of the curriculum. News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  • 5. Norwood's Governing Body Assembly Themes The school currently has 13 Governors whose role is to support, question and challenge the school to ensure the best SOUTHPORT FOOTBALL CLUB Monday 6th Sept education for the children of Be In and Be On Time Norwood. This year's Chair is HALF TERM SOCCER CAMP Felicity Knight and she can be Monday 13th Sept contacted via the school office as HAIG AVENUE Behaviour-our new way can the Parent Governors, who MONDAY 25TH -WEDNESDAY 27TH have been elected by you, the OCTOBER Monday 20th Sept parents, to represent your £35 Good Manners interests. Join first team players Matty McGinn, Ashley Winn, Michael Powell, Alan Moogan and Kevin Monday 27th Sept Staff Governors Lee. New Beginnings (SEAL) Have a great time, all abilities, girls and boys, Lee Dumbell ages 6-15, improve your skills, techniques and Monday 4th Oct Howard Doupe tactical awareness. Giving (Harvest) Barbara Cullum Book via www.southportfc.net or at the club office 10am-4pm 01704 533422 Monday 11th Oct Local Authority Governors Responsibility Councillor David Sumner Lord Ronnie Fearn Asthma Inhalers Monday 18th Oct Community Governors Heroes Jackie Hilton Felicity Knight Tuesday 2nd Nov Irene Silcox Diwali and Firework Safety Parent Governors Monday 8th Nov If your child keeps an asthma inhaler in school for Marilyn Fletcher-Hill emergency use, please make sure that you check Remembering Claire King that it is one which is ‘In date’. Please remember Robert Jones it is the responsibility of parents to ensure that Monday 15th Nov Iain Midgley inhalers have not exceeded their expiry date. Say No to Bullying (SEAL) Russell Watkinson Monday 22nd Nov Helpful Hints: Communication Journeys/Hajj Dinner Money Ready Reckoner Monday 29th Nov Autumn Monday 6th Dec Christmas Round the World 1 day = £1.60 It is really important to check your child’s book bag each night after school. Newsletters are sent home 2 days = £3.20 Monday 13th Dec on a weekly basis and we do send other letters and 3 days = £4.80 Christmas Round the World communication as well. Staff are concerned at the 4 days = £6.40 amount of what appears to be unread information 5 Days = £8.00 left in children’s book bags each day! News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  • 6. YR6 Trip to the Musical Firework Competition Last Friday Year 6 went to the Firework Competition at Kings Garden. We all met at 6:30 by the old bus station now known as the entrance to Morrison’s. It was only a short walk to get there and before we knew it we were there. We found a spot round the Marine Lake and waited until the fireworks began. It was an amazing sight to see and it was all in time to the music. Everyone enjoyed it. After it finished we went for a short walk and passed the Lifeboat Station and we saw Mr. Hesketh! Moreover, we saw the large tractor used to tow the boat and before set off we all got a sticker each and gave a donation to the life boats. Then we all set off singing songs until we got back to the bus station. We had a few minuets left and as we sat down three people came past on their bikes covered in lights! It was a very fun night. By By Emily Marshall & Samantha Curry News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack

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