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    • Norwood News Issue 21 25th June 2010 News Team: Katy Watkinson, Milly Rigby, Ishbel Cooke, Megan Powderly, Ruby Fellowes & Luke Dempster 3 TERM DATES NETBALLERS SOAR TO VICTORY Summer Term Both Netball teams took part in the annual ABC Netball Tournament on Thursday evening. Overcoming nerves, the N Team won all their matches & became the winners Saturday 26th June 12-3pm Summer Fair of the B Tournament. The C Team met extremely tough competition & were eventual runners up to Farnborough in the A Tournament. However, the C Team had been Tuesday 29th June-Friday 2nd unbeaten all season in their League & were presented with the Central League July Yr6 Llangollen residential Winners shield. “A brilliant end to the season for both teams!” said a delighted Mrs School closed: Kenrick. CONGRATULATIONS to both teams! Staff Training day-Monday 5th July Thursday 8th July Summer Extravaganza 1.30 pm and 7pm Friday 16th July PTA BBQ + Barn Dance Wednesday 21st July. Y6 Leavers Assembly 9.30am Leyland Rd Methodist Church School closes for summer holiday at 2pm Autumn Term 2010 Children return to school: Wednesday 1st September 8.55am C Team Emma Martin, Jade Badley, Rachael Elston, Skye Shotton, Lucy Dutton, Abigail New to Reception Children Knapton, Georgia Crawford & Jessica McNamara. Start part time from Monday 6th September and full time from Monday 20th September. Half term: Monday 25th -Friday 29th October School closed: Staff Training day-Monday 1st November Friday 17th December School closes for Christmas holidays at 2pm Contact Numbers Breakfast Club 211959 N Team After School Club Lucy Martin, Katie Linaker, Hannah Bushell, Helena Fletcher-Hill, Nikita Livingstone, 07724708015 Georgia Halcrow, Lucy Cottier, Elise Bond & Sophie Wright. 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
    • Star of the TV STAR TO OPEN SUMMER FAIR Week Our school summer fair this Saturday will be opened by Alastair Postlethwaite, star of BBC show “So You RP: Bethany Russell Silver Think You Can Dance” and cousin of our own Mr. RP: Emily Watson Gold Postlethwaite. The summer fair will open at 12 noon RT: Jordan Potts Silver and with the weather forecast being for a lovely day, RT: Callum Morris Silver it promises to be a wonderful time for all. 1B: Dylan Lawrence We are still looking for helpers, even for as short a 1B: Jordan Monahan Silver time as an hour, so if you are able to offer your help please contact Claire Stewart or Diane Lonsdale at 1B: Charlie Kearns Silver school. 1D: Jack Barton Silver 2M: Brandon Chadwick-Boardman Gold Summer Fair raffle tickets need to be returned 2M: Casey Morgan Silver immediately. 2W: Cameron Heyes Gold 3B: Fahim Alom Gold Tesco schools vouchers We Collect 3B: Alex Mackey Silver Thank you to everyone who has sent We are still collecting the following items. 3K: Joanna Meyler Gold in Tesco Vouchers. The children in Stamps for Guide Dogs for the Blind 3K: Lewis Taylor Gold Year 5 have been busy counting the Active Kids vouchers from Sainsbury’s vouchers. This year we have collected 4CP: Lauren Morgan Silver Ink cartridges for recycling over 36,000 vouchers! We have used 4CP: Anya Day Gold these to order extra art resources, for 4JP: Joshua Thistlethwaite Silver These can be sent to the office or posted in next year’s Arts Festival. the collection boxes in school. 5M: Lucy Cottier Silver Unfortunately, as the order has now 5M: Elise Bond Silver been placed, we are unable to make 5P: Ruby Fellowes Silver use of any additional vouchers. Plea for a Sponsor 6M: Aaron Richards Silver The school teams (football, netball and athletics) are looking for sponsors to 6M: Ben Halsall Silver purchase new team kits for next season. If 6C: Kieran Davis Silver you know anyone who might be interested 6C: Skye Shotton Sliver in sponsoring all or any of the teams, please contact Mr. Dumbell for further information. Children from 5P counting the Tesco vouchers - a highly prized job! Playin' Out This is a fun and friendly activity which is held every Next screening: 1st July Friday from 3.15-4.30 pm on the field and is as the flyer stated - a community event run by the Open Access Team completely free for 5-16 year olds. Parents are reminded that children are allowed to come and go as they please and the team does not have the Abbott and Costello authority to prevent a child from leaving their sessions. To find out more information contact the YMCA directly on Meet Frankenstein 538317. 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 ‘Norwood Tigers’
    • STAFFING NEWS Year 3's Trip to Awesome Walls We are sad to report that two members of staff are leaving us at the end of the year - Mrs. Carol Phelps and On Wednesday 16th June a very excited Year 3 visited Mrs. Lynne King. Awesome Walls in Liverpool. We were surprised when the Mrs. Phelps has been teaching for over 30 years and coach pulled up outside a church, but once inside we were been at Norwood since 1993, where she has worked in amazed at the heights of the different climbing walls. particular Y6 and Y4. Mrs. Phelps has dedicated a great deal of time, energy and dedication to the children of Norwood over the years and we are delighted that her work in setting up the Norwind Band is proving so popular with children and parents alike. Although she will be sorely missed by every one connected with Norwood, we know she is looking forward to her well deserved retirement and wish her well. Mrs. King has had many roles in the school as parent, lunchtime supervisor and for the last ten years as teaching assistant supporting children across KS2. Her contribution to the progress of children and the support for staff has been excellent and she will be greatly missed. Holly goes up, while Ben “That was a piece of cake!” On a happier note, Mrs. Piggott will be leaving us only comes down. said Lewis. temporarily in October as she is expecting her third child. Naturally we are all delighted for her and her family and Some children were a little nervous at first, but once they wish her well over the coming months. started climbing they began to enjoy the experience So we have 2 new members of staff starting in & kept going back to beat Next Screening: A few children their earlier attempts! September - Mrs. Nicola Harris, who will be joining us reached the top of the highest wall from Star of the Sea in Seaforth and Miss Justine Tuft, which is 20 metres. What an achievement! who is just graduating from Liverpool John Moore’s We had a wonderful time thanks to the Firefit firefighters who University. Please join us in wishing them every organised this event; happiness at Norwood. Dave Garry, Dave Robinson, Barry Drittler & Pete Thompson. NORWOOD FANS FLOCK TO Class changes for 2010-11 We are pleased to announce the classes for September SUPPORT ENGLAND 2010, which are as follows: was will be with - RJT Miss Tuft - RRT Mrs.Thorpe RT 1B Mrs. Baron RP 1D Mr. Doupe 1B 2W Miss Wainwright 1D 2M Miss McCarthy 2W 3K Mrs. Kenrick 2M 3H Mrs. Harris 3B 4M Mrs. Murray 3K 4JP Mrs. Perrett A crowd of 200 gathered in the hall to cheer England to victory 4JP 5B Mrs. Bentley in their most recent match of the World Cup first round against 4CP 5M Mrs. McCarthy Slovenia on Wednesday. Every corner, free kick and throw in was 5M 6P Mr. Postlethwaite greeted with cheers before the room shook when Defoe scored. 5P 6C Mrs. Coleman After a short break running round the field, the second half saw the nerves creep in until the final whistle went and once again The children will also benefit from specialist teaching the dining hall exploded in chants of “England”, before Mr. Doupe from Mrs. Goulden, Mrs. Ashcroft, Mrs. Rigby and silenced everyone with his vuvuzela! Mrs. Taylor. Norwood Crescent, Southport. PR9 7DU. Tel: 01704 211960. Fax 01704 232712. Head Teacher: Mr Lee Dumbell. ‘Norwood Tigers’ Email: admin.norwood@schools.sefton.gov.uk www.norwoodprimaryschool.com
    • Children in the Spotlight Sean has got his Dragon certificate from his Unite Martial Arts Academy. Well done! Callum & Tyler received their medals for Street Dancing. Wicked! Adam has passed his 5m Rainbow Swimming Award. Brilliant! Jordan has received these trophies from his Anchor Boys Company. Wow! Daniel's team came runners up in the recent Redgate Rovers U9's JFC Tournament. He was awarded the Golden Boot for leading goal scorer. Terrific! Ashley received the Manager's Player of the Year Award & the Parents Player of the Year Award from Southport Trinity U9's B Team. Amazing! Tom received Players' Player of the Year Award & was the leading goal scorer for Southport Trinity U9's B Team. Fantastic! Ryan received the Parents' Player of the Year Award from his football team Birthsford. Brilliant! Callum received the Achievements Award from Hesketh Colts JFC in recognition of achieving the required skill levels in development training & for his contributions to the team. Wonderful! Ben, Declan, Adam, Lewis & Joseph's team came 3rd in the recent Redgate Rovers Football Tournament. Congratulations! Shinewaves competition Last week’s competition was to find out about the Magna Carta. Nobody was inspired to find out about this historic document! For your information Magna Carta is Latin and means "Great Charter". The Magna Carta is an important piece of English history where the rights of individuals are protected against the power of the King or Queen. This week is National Insect Week. So, this week’s competition is a photography competition. You are looking for a great close-up photograph. 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 (you could also enter your photo in the online competition). Pop your entry in the Shinewaves postbox or the office with your name and class on the back by the morning of Monday 28th June. 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 ‘Norwood Tigers’