Norwood in the Community

Norwood Primary School is committed to playing an active role in our community whether it be our local community of Norwood ward, the town of Southport, the borough of Sefton, the county of Merseyside, the region of the North West, the country of Great Britain or as part of a diverse world and we aim to form lasting and fulfilling partnerships with members of all of these communities.

Southport Learning Partnership
The Southport Learning Partnership is a cluster of  18  primary schools,  4  secondary schools and 2 special schools, who have come together on a number of  projects to gives a wonderful opportunity for the children of Southport to share curriculum experiences as well as working on annual projects to develop our role within the Southport community.

The common purpose underlying the activities of the partnership is to increase the capacity of each of the schools to raise standards, improve behaviour and attendance, promote community cohesion, personalise provision for all children and young people and enhance the delivery of the Curriculum.


Previous Projects
Creative Learning and Writing (CLAW) - a project to stimulate children's creative writing - the Tardis, the Cube
Schools Councils - Norwood pupils are part of the Green Machine with Holy Family, St. Philips
Lunchbox project - Healthy eating and childhood obesity
Kings Garden project -
SMILE challenge - how to make a difference to a community for £10
Inter school sports - an annual sports week
Community Engagement

 

NAHT ASPIRE PARTNER SCHOOLS

In 2016 Norwood became part of a new cluster of North West schools

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