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Issue 32

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Issue 32

  1. 1. Norwood News Issue 32 20th May 2011 Arts Festival Countdown Menu 3 9 weeks to go Week Cross Country Competition TERM DATES Winners Summer Term 2011 at Stanley High Half Term: Mon 30th May-Fri 3rd June School closed: Friday 1st July (Staff training day) Term Ends: Friday 22nd July. School closes at 2pm Autumn Term 2011 School Closed Thursday 1st September Friday 2nd September (Staff training days) On Thursday 12th of May, a group of KS2 Norwood children went to Stanley High Children return to school Monday 5th September School to run a 1 mile race. It was incredibly windy and many of the children had problems running in the harsh conditions. First to run were Year 3 girls, then it was Half Term Year 3 boys and so on until Year 6 boys, the last to run. Eventually, all the teams had Mon 24th-Fri 28th October run. In the end, Year 4 girls were the best Year 4 girls team out of all the other schools Year 4’s! As well as that, Norwood had 2 medal winners! They were Tom Langford Term Ends: holding 1st place and Ishbel Cooke holding 3rd place! Well done to all the pupils who Friday 16th December at 2pm took part! Spring Term: 2012 If it wasnt for your fantastic effort Norwood wouldnt have come 3rd. Tuesday 3rd January By Ishbel Cooke 5M (Staff training day) Children return to school Wednesday 4th January 2012 Tesco Vouchers Speak Easy Half Term: A huge congratulations to all parents who Monday 13th-Friday 17th submitted their files after completing our February recent parenting course ‘Speakeasy’. Term ends for Spring Break: Friday 30th March at All parents have gained Level 2 OCN 2pm Good Friday & Easter Monday accreditation. Well done, you all worked The current voucher scheme has fall during Spring Break very hard. now finished. Please check bags and pockets for Summer Term 2012 any vouchers and send them in for Certificates will be presented at a date to be Children return to school the big count! Monday 16th April at 8.55am confirmed. Thank you By Mrs TaylorNorwood 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. 2. Forthcoming EventsWednesday 25th May Y2 Come Dine With Us 12 noonThursday 26th May YR visit to Underwater Street Liverpool. th thTuesday 14 -17 June Y6 Residential to LlangollenWednesday 15th June Walking Bus & ‘Brake’ Record Attempt to prevent speeding by motoristsWednesday 22nd June Y6 Induction day to High SchoolThursday 23rd June Wally Cain Dance Festival 7 pm. thSaturday 25 June Summer Fair 12-3 pm-offers of help needed!Wednesday 29th June Sports Day KS2 am EY/KS1 pmMonday 4th-15th July Arts FestivalThursday 14th July Arts Festival Extravaganza 6-9.30 pmFriday 15th July Arts Festival Parade 1.30 pm on fieldFriday 22nd July Leavers service 9.30 am Leyland Rd Methodist Church. Next Week’s Clubs (23/5/11) Star of the Week Monday KS2 Cross Country 12.10 Field RJT: Sam Langford Silver School Council meeting (lunchtime) RJT: Taylor McNulty GOLD KS2 Move It Programme till 5pm RT: Isabelle Starr GOLD KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm RT: Erin Day GOLD Tuesday Eco Meeting Y2 12.30 KS2 1B: Charlie Green Silver KS2 French Euro Club 3.15-4.15 pm 1B: Jordan Potts GOLD Library (lunchtime) 1D: Ellie Nield Silver Windband Y1 till 4.10 pm 1D: Alicia Maiden Silver Y4/5 Netball till 4.15 pm 2W: Jordan Monahan GOLD YR Dance Club till 4.00 pm 2W: Jack Armitage Silver Y1 Science Club Y4 till 4.15 pm Y5/6 QuadKidz Athletics till 4.15 pm 2M: Eva Bennet Silver A Team football v Larkfield Home till 4.50 pm 2M: Jack Brookfield Silver 3H: Taylor McKenzie Silver Wednesday Library (lunchtime) Y6 Cookery Club hall till 5.00 pm 3H: Morgan McFord GOLD Y4 History Detectives 3.15-4.15 pm 3K: Rhys Fyles Silver Y3/4 QuadKidz Athletics till 4.15 pm 3K: Grace Gibbs GOLD C Team netball Away to Kew Woods till 4.20 pm 4M: Macy Mordey Silver Thursday KS2 Singing Club (lunchtime) 4P: Heather Weights Silver Library (lunchtime) 4P: Lucie Hawkings GOLD Y5/6 Streetwise in Y6 till 5 pm 5B: Georgia Lonsdale GOLD Puppet Making Family Learning 3.30-5.00 pm 5B: Brandon Robson Silver 5B: Annie McCoid GOLD Friday Y5 Girls Cricket (Coach Craig Todd) 3.20-4.20 pm 5M: Abi Wright Silver 6P: Harry O’Driscoll Silver Please collect the children from the playground and do not wait for 6C: Ruby Fellowes Silver them by the office. There will be notification if there are any changes to these clubs. 6C: Lauryn Richards SilverNews team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
  3. 3. Shinewaves Competition Time Children in the Spotlight Last week’s competition was to design a healthy, tasty sandwich. Congratulations to Katy Watkinson of 4M, who is already getting into the Arts Festival buzz by designing a ‘Once Upon A Time’ sandwich. Well done! Lucy has passed her Fraser plays for Southport RUFC 10m Rainbow U7s, who came 2nd in a recent Swimming Award. Tournament at Southport Rugby As a tribute to ‘Walk To School Week’ and Congratulations! Club. He was awarded their Player ‘Limerick Day’ (belated 12th May), this week’s of the Year. Fantastic! competition is to write a poem or limerick about walking to school. The giggle poetry website gives great tips for limerick writing: http://www.gigglepoetry.com/poetryclass.aspx Pop your poem in the Shinewaves postbox with your name and class on the back by the morning of Tuesday 24th May. Absence Oliver, Daniel, Jack & Joshua play Jake plays for Southport Please remember to contact the school on the for Southport JFC U7s who came RUFC U10s, who came 1st first day of your child’s absence, with a brief 4th in a in a recent Tournament at explanation of why they are absent. Tournament at Burscough FC & Southport Rugby Club. This information can be emailed or telephoned to 3rd in the Southport Tournament Terrific! the school. at Haig Ave. Super! Arts Festival Race For Life T-Shirts On Sunday, 15th May, Plea for Pumps Cerys and Rhian did the Please place Race for Life at If you have any black pumps your orders for Southport, they that no longer fit your child could Arts Festival completed it in just you please send them into T-Shirts under 40 minutes that is school? a.s.a.p. to absolutely BRILLIANT! We are extremely grateful for avoid We join their family in your help. disappointment saying very well done to Thank you. both the girls!News team Mrs A. Gore, Hannah Tear, Jamie Russell, Katy Watkinson, Taylor McKenzie, Megan Powderly & Finn Cromack
  4. 4. Y4 Robinwood Residential The Y4 Robinwood Residential was a huge success and the children drew on their experiences to produce some wonderful diary entries. Here are a few examples... Friday 6th May 2011 Raft building. The tension built on Saturday as my group stood When I heard that we were doing raft building, I thought outside the door leading to the piranha pool. I that it would be okay, but when I got to it, my legs myself tried to calm everyone down, we were turned to jelly. As we carefully built the raft, I began to wearing piranha repellant tops and our trousers. I gain confidence. Despite my fear, eventually I stepped have to admit I was actually quite scared myself. onto it. My stomach was over-loaded with butterflies. In I wanted something awful to happen so we a matter of seconds we were off. Suddenly, our raft couldnt go in but it was too late for that. tipped onto its front! There was no escape from the ice- Our leader had opened the door...I took simple cold depths of the lake. silent steps away from the door hoping to escape my likely death but my leader spotted my plan to Saturday 7th May 2011 Piranha Pool escape and ushered me back in. The tension started to build standing outside the piranha I looked at what lay before me with shock! There pool. I knew what was coming and I knew it wasnt were two sides but they were separated by the something to laugh about. Trying to calm down, it didnt piranha pool with a swing over it. I felt a tremble help. When our leader opened the door, my heart fire up inside me. I knew what was coming next pounded even more. "Here we go" I thought. This was a and I knew it wasnt something to laugh about! I breath taking experience. had to be brave but I didnt want to, although this excited me in a horrible sort of way. By Daniel Mercer-Jones Year 4 By Kate Bishop Year 4 Friday 6.05.11This morning I had extremely angry butterflies in my tummy because Year 4 were going on a residential for the first time! We were going to an activity centre called Robinwood in Todmorden. When the coach finally pulled up outside the centreeveryone screamed. My first activity was the zipwire. It was nerve racking at first but when you were flying through the air it was hard to be scared! Saturday 7.05.11Today my group did the piranha pool and everyone cried, even the boys! We had to find clues to escape the room. I cried nearly the whole time but despite my fears we all managed to get across and escape! Woo hoo! Sunday 8.05.11 Today was our last day but we still had 3 more activities to do. Out of all 3 my favourite was by far the giant swing. You sat on two round black seats with a wooden cylinder strapped in front of you. Behind you there was an old piece of hose that you had to chop to set off the swing. By Katy Watkinson Year 4Norwood 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

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