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  • Norwood News Issue 9 5th November 2010 Arts Festival Countdown Menu 2 Week 34 weeks to go TERM DATES Tesco Presentation Vouchers for Schools Autumn Term 2010 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 School closed: Good Friday 22nd April On Friday the 22nd of October Mr. Postlethwaite took Darcy and Samantha (Both Year Easter Monday 25th April 6) to Tesco at Kew for a presentation from Southport MP John Pugh as a thank you Children return to school from Tesco for participating in their Schools and Clubs voucher scheme. Tuesday 26th April at 8.55am Upon arrival we were treated like VIPs and taken to a room, in the staff only area of School closed: Bank Holiday Monday 2nd the store! Refreshments for adults and children were provided, while we waited for May John Pugh to arrive. Three other schools were also invited; Farnborough, Kew Woods and Churchtown. Once John Pugh arrived each school was presented with a box of Half Term: Mon 30th May-Fri 3rd June goodies, which included art material, PE equipment and ICT equipment. School closed: Friday 1st July After the presentation all the children were taken on a short tour of the store. First (Staff training day) we went to look and see what happens in the bakery; we had to wear hats for hygiene reasons. After that, we went to the room where they controlled the security Term Ends: Friday 22nd July. School cameras, some of the children managed to spot their teacher’s cars! closes at 2pm Before returning to school all the children were given a goody bag by Tesco, which Autumn Term 2011 contained amongst other things a pen, pencil, rubber, notepad an apple and a bottle School Closed Thursday 1st of water. September Friday 2nd By Samantha and Darcy (both 6C) September This year we collected over 36,000 vouchers which we have used to buy art materials Children return to school Monday 5th September for next year’s Arts Festival. Thank you to everyone who has sent in vouchers. 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
  • UP COMING DATES FOR YOUR DIARY Wednesday 10th November-Come Dine with Us-Year 1 Parents PTA Quiz Night Wednesday 10th November Keeping Your Child Safe on the Internet 6 pm (Hall) Friday 12th November Friday 12th November 7pm (Hall) PTA Quiz Night Monday 15th-19th November Anti-Bullying week Thursday 18th November SEAL Celebration Assembly KS2 1.30 pm EY/KS1 2.30 pm Friday 3rd December Christmas Fair 6 pm (Hall) Tuesday 7th December KS2 Carol Concert at Leyland Road Methodist Church 7pm A fun and not completely serious Tuesday 7th December 2.30 pm Reception Christmas Performance quiz night for parents and Wednesday 8th December 2.30 pm Year 1 Christmas Performance teachers. Teams of 6-8 are Wednesday 8th December School Christmas Dinner allowed and please bring your own nibbles and drinks. Thursday 9th December 2.30 pm Year 2 Christmas Performance Tickets available on the evening Monday 13th December M & M Pantomime for the whole school 9.15 am and 10.30 am but tables will be reserved for Wednesday 15th December Christmas Craft morning 9-11 am teams buying their tickets before Thursday 16th December Christmas Fun Day the evening. Great news on the progress of the building work! Fireworks Remember! As you will be able to see, the builders are making great progress with the extension work. The next stage is to knock through to the existing kitchen. This additional space will enable staff to work more Before they explode read the code! efficiently to be able to provide the delicious menu options currently available. However, by the end of the month catering staff will be unable to work in the kitchen to prepare food and this is where we will need your support. Children who usually pay for hot dinners will have to bring in a packed lunch for possibly several weeks until the kitchen can be re-opened. We really do appreciate it is not an ideal time especially during the cold weather season when a choice of a hot meal is preferable. Next Screening: We are able to provide children having free meals with a packed lunch as these can be brought in from another dispatch kitchen in the area. 10.11.10 We apologise for the inconvenience this is likely to Greyfriars Bobby cause and really hope it won't be for too long. (U) 1960 News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  • Children in the Spotlight Jamie has Finn has passed his passed his Grade 2 Water Skills Level 1 & Award & was Level 2 Solo awarded Man of the Swimming Match Awards. by Tarleton RFC Wonderful! U8's. Fantastic! Ben has passed Jamie was his Bronze awarded his Swimming Freestyle Morgan received Challenge Award Relay in the the Top Banana & his 400m Tadpole Award from Rainbow league. Jungle Jim’s. Swimming Great! Congratulations! Award. Awesome! Star of the Week Shinewaves Competition Time 6C:Daniel Monahan 6C:Fern Hughes 6P:Tom Stewart 6P:Jamie Hough Unfortunately there were no entries for the competition last week. 5M:Ria Milford 5M:Caris Dixon As Bonfire night is this weekend, this week’s competition is to design a bonfire safety 5B:Madeleine Jones poster. It must contain the phrase ‘Stay Safe and Enjoy Bonfire Night’ and should be eye-catching. It can be drawn or computer generated. 5B:Debra Wilson 4M:Laura Snow Pop your entries in the competition post box, outside the hall, by the morning of 4P:Lewis Taylor Wednesday 10th November. 3K:Rosie Morgan 3K:Millie Rimmer 3H:Katie Halsall 3H:Hannah Gray Lest We Forget 2W:Adam Diss Poppies are available for a minimum of 20p each, please send in the 2M:Tia Howard amount that you wish to donate for the Poppy as we are unable to 1B:Kara Bull give change. Thank you. 1B:Lucy Fowler 1D:Sam Sproat RJT:Olivia Alderson RJT:Cody Nickeas RT:Isabelle Starr RT:Reece Wilkinson CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE EXCITING PHOTOGRAPHS @ www.norwoodprimaryschool.com View slide
  • 7 A-SIDE GIRLS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT On Tuesday 12th October 12 girls from years 5 and 6 played a football tournament at Stanley High School. The first school which Norwood played against was Churchtown and Norwood beat them 2-0. The first goal was scored by Abi Wright and the second by Errin Telford. The second game Norwood played was against St Lukes when the whole team had to work a little bit harder to win the game but we still won and the score was 2-1. Abbie Wilson scored the first goal and Ashleigh Thomas scored an amazing free kick. After playing against St Lukes, all of the Norwood players went to get their photo taken with the Everton ladies player, Toni Duggan and the FA Finally, all the schools sat down together and found out who had Cup, which Everton Ladies won last year. It was a got through to the semi-finals. Norwood girls got through with an really cool experience. amazing 9 points. After a short break Norwood played a match against Our Lady Of Compassion and Norwood TEAM: Bethany Hefferan, Ruby Fellowes, Ashleigh Thomas, Anya won 1-0. Anya Day scored a fantastic goal in the Day, Errin Telford, Libby Spencer, Lauren Morgan, Abbie Wilson, corner of the net. Aimee Crawford, Natasha Leadbetter, Emily Telford and Abi Wright. Our final game was played against St Jeromes who were a really great team and By Ruby Fellowes and Errin Telford. beat Norwood 2-0. All the Norwood girls played really well throughout the tournament. Well done! Norwood B 3 St. Philips B 2 Goals from Ryan Taylor-Reid, Joe Telford and Connor Peters gave Norwood a well deserved win against St. Philips in an exciting and tense game. Great defending and superb throw-ins from Sol Wilkinson earned him the man of the match award. Team: Josh Watkins, Sol Wilkinson, Joe Telford, Nathan Onyett, Jamie Kelly, Tom Lawson, Sam Morgan, Joe Davenport, Leon Booth, Rueben Sheridan, Connor Peters, Gabriel Angay, Ryan Taylor-Reid & Kane Baggaley. Kew Woods C 2 Norwood B 3 It was a very exciting match between Kew Woods and Norwood. First George Southern went on a few runs but his shots went wide or were saved by the goalkeeper. then just before the end of the first period, George kicked the ball with his left foot and slotted it into the bottom corner. In the second period Darcy Iveson-Berkeley and Tom Lawson held the back line well, while Harry O'Driscoll and Joe Rimmer had some amazing shots with Harry hitting the bar. Norwood were hot and eventually got their reward with a brilliant pass from Brandon Robson to Jake Hawkings to blast it home to make it 2-0. Despite this Kew Woods pulled a goal back but Norwood held on and scored again with Tom Lawson taking on some players before scoring. In the last five minutes Kew Woods had a simple tap in to make the final score 3-2 to Norwood. the whole team played a big part in it and it was an interesting game to watch. Man of the Match: George Southern Team; Luke Ashton, Darcy Iveson-Berkeley, Jake Hawkings, Tom Lawson, Harry O'Driscoll, Tyler Birch, George Southern, Joe Rimmer (captain), Brandon Robson and Sam Peet Match report by Jake Hawkings News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly,Year 3 Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack Jamie View slide
  • Year 4 Visits Tatton Just before the half term break, Year 4 visited Tatton Old Hall and enjoyed a step back in time to Tudor England. Dressed for the occasion, the children took part in some traditional Tudor activities. Here are some of the comments they made. I liked the archery. It was fun aiming at the dragon because it was worth ten points. Shafayeth Uddin We learned how to get the knots out of sheep’s wool and then turn it into scarves and bracelets. Olivia Shaw On our trip to Tatton we did weaving, archery, jousting and watched a play about Sir Richard. Oliver Green I thought the trip was great. If I had to pick two things, it would be the play and archery. Maddie Hayes I really enjoyed using a flail to beat the seeds and the corn and then grinding them with two stones to get flour. Natasha Polansky The best thing about Tatton, in my opinion, was the carding. This is when a piece of sheep’s wool is placed between two special metal brushes and brushed. Lucy Fraser I liked archery best, it was brilliant but weaving was not for me. In parts it was quite scary but great fun. Lewis Peacock Mrs Murray ‘loosing’ her head! Year 3 News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack
  • Bake Day On Thursday 21st October we entered into the sprit of National Bake and Share day. The whole school baked during the day, reception made chocolate crispy cakes, year 1 made fairy cakes, year 2 made biscuits, year 3 made flap jacks, year 4 made amazing muffins, year 5 made scones and year 6 made fresh cream sandwich cakes. The children all enjoy taking part and we couldn’t believe that after 10 minutes every year group had sold out WOW! which was brilliant. Our grand total was £163.00 which we are donating to Children In Need! Thank you thank you very much to all our parents for helping make the day successful and for your continuing support. Mrs Taylor/Mrs McCarthy Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 News team Molly Glinn, Hannah Tear, Megan Powderly,Year 3 Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie & Finn Cromack Jamie