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SEPTEMBER 2014
Photography/Lightng by Chris Davis

Turn to back cover for full details
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NOTICE BOARD
COME AND JOIN IN
THE WORLDS
BIGGEST COFEE
MORNING
Friday 26th
September
10 am12 noon
Bowthorpe Church Centre

STORY-TELLING IN
SAINT MICHAELS RUIN
1011am Saturday
13th September
A chance for children and
families - to engage with
author Saul Penfold as he
reads from one of his
childrens books ;
- to create their own
stories if they feel inspired;
- to receive a signed copy
of Sauls book.



Saul was a
former education-officer
at Norwich Cathedra and
now works in a variety of
projects with children and
young people.
A race night, run by the
West Norwich Lions and
assisted by theTaverham
Lions at the University Hospital,
raised 1800 towards
brachytherapy equipment for their
radiotherapy unit.
114 was raised for club funds at
a collection at Sainsburys,and the
club was represented at the
Wroxham car show at the
Showground.
The clubs
used-
spectacle
collection for
the year has
now reached
11,500.These are sent to African
countries etc.to assist in improving
their eyesight.
Future race nights are also
booked in September,October and
November and the club would love
to have some volunteers for
Christmas door to door collections
during December.
Anyone, ladies or gents, who
are interested in joining in this
good cause please contact
Derek Goodswen on
01603743709
goodswend@yahoo.co.uk
Rodney Barrett on
01603767258
rodbarrett@hotmail.com
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Archaeological project at
Three Score
during 2013 2014.
Summary of the results.
Three areas along a new road
to be built at Three Score were
identified as having a high
probability of archaeological
being features present. The
project undertaken by NPS
Archaeology unearthed
archaeological features
reflecting two main periods of
activity, Neolithic (4000 to
2500BC) and Late Saxon
(10th/11th Century AD).
The Neolithic evidence
comprised a number of pits
which reflected the a pattern of
Neolithic activity often
observed as enigmatic clusters
of pits, especially in eastern
England. Such pits may have
been excavated for ritualistic
reasons, or they may once
have contained some meat and
bone waste which has rotted
away in the sandy soils leaving
no trace. The dating of these
features was provided by small
pottery sherds, a flint scraper
and flint flakes. People in the
Neolithic in this area may have
lived a largely nomadic way of
life and the pits may have been
a way of marking territory.




BOWTHORPES GOT
TALENT 2014
HURRY .....
THERE'S STILL TIME TO
ENTER
Bowthorpes Got Talent returns for
the 4th year on Saturday 13th
September 2014
At Clover Hill Village Hall starting
at 2 pm

There will be two age groups:
Under 18 years and 18 years and
over.
Cash prizes

Application forms available from:
Clover Hill Village Hall or
Email
bowthorpesgottalent@hotmail.com
Refreshments will be available
The Late Saxon evidence was in the
form of ditches focussed in an area
close to the present Bowthorpe
shopping centre. These ditches were
a large boundary ditch and a possible
enclosure ditch marking out a small
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Problems with church roof.
Bowthorpe Church Centre was opened on 27
th
September, 1986. For 8 years
prior to this the congregation met at the Open Door in Clover Hill Village Centre.
Since then it has been at the heart of this community. Like me I expect that
most residents have memories of attending wedding and funeral services within
this building as well as the ever popular Christmas carol services.
Many of us attend services there on a more regular basis and of course it serves
several denominations. It also provides for a number of community groups, and
activities e.g. Tots on Thursday, W. I. , the Community Garden Committee and
other small group meetings. It hosted the Bowthorpe Forum, bringing together
planners, police, the public and local councillors and business leaders during
the initial planning and construction of Three Score, and continues as a venue
for sharing information with local residents, as in the recent display of plans for
the Bowthorpe Care Village.
It looks a fine building in keeping with the Bowthorpe conservation area .
It was disappointing and distressing therefore to learn recently that there are
major problems with the roof. It has started leaking quite badly despite it being a
relatively new building .
A rough estimate of costs has indicated that repairs are likely to cost many
thousands of pounds, possibly amounting to a six figure sum.
A small group of church members have formed an action plan to tackle this
problem. A survey will be needed to determine the exact details of the task in
hand. When this is done we will be applying for sources of funding and will be
launching an appeal .
We will keep the Bowthorpe community informed of the process.
We know that a church is more than a building and this
building is more than a church.
I hope that we can count on your support in the coming
months.
J. A Storie (long term resident)
plot. This activity is almost certainly linked with the known original deserted medieval
settlement of Bowthorpe, located a short distance to the west.
This excavation adds to what is known of life in the Neolithic in the Yare Valley area and
could contribute to research questions connected with the growth of villages from the Late
Saxon period onwards. The findings are being looked at in detail and it is anticipated that the
results will be published in the Norfolk County Archaeological Journal.
Pete Crawley (NPS Archaeology)
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Bowthorpe Police Station Norfolk Constabulary
Wendene Norwich NR5 9HA
non emergency Tel: 101
lesteraj1@norfolk.pnn.police.uk

This months issue of the Bowthorpe News, I am covering the topic of
Rogue Traders. Rogue Traders are people who pretend to be builders needing
to do 'urgent' repairs or sales people offering bargain products. They often
pressurise householders to pay in advance for materials or do poor work at highly
inflated price. They will often cold call on vulnerable households and deliberately
overcharge for unsatisfactory goods and services. This can include charging for
unnecessary work, damaging property deliberately in order to obtain money,
leaving work unfinished and intimidating householders.
Victims of this practice are often vulnerable or elderly and in the most serious
cases, offenders will return to the same victim again and again until their savings
are exhausted.
Our recommended advice on tackling doorstep rogue traders includes:
Close and lock your back door before answering the front door.
Use a spy hole, chain or window to have a look at the caller before answering the
door. If you do not recognise them speak through the closed and locked door.
Display a No Cold Calling sticker on your door - these are free and available from
your local Safer Neighbourhood Team.
Never buy goods and services from people calling at your door.
If the caller is selling something or offering work on your house or garden tell
them that you are not interested and ask them to leave.
If they do not leave tell them you will call the police.
Always ask for proof of identity. Take it from the person (through the letterbox)
and read it carefully.
Phone the company or organisation the caller claims to be from (use the number
in the phone book) to confirm their identity.
If you have any doubt keep them out.
If you do need to employ a tradesman, please remember these useful tips:

Avoid any cold callers that may turn up or ring unexpectedly or unannounced
offering to carry out repairs.
When seeking a reliable trader, talk to family, friends and neighbours to get
recommendations, or look for a Trust mark-registered firm. Details of accredited
traders in your area are available from Norfolk Trusted Trader. Report any
unscrupulous traders either to police or Trading Standards.
Ask traders to provide you with written contact details, and consider getting




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written quotes (not estimates) from at least three traders. Ask about insurance
backed guarantees.
Consumer law allows you a seven day cooling off period so you can change your
mind about any service offered by someone who arrives uninvited or by
appointment.
Keep back part of the cost until the repair job has been satisfactorily completed. This
will provide an incentive for the trader to complete the job or put right any problems.
Should you have any questions relating to Rogue Traders, please feel free to
contact the Bowthorpe Safer Neigbourhood Team on the non-emergency number
101.
PC 1403 Tony Lester

News from your Police and Crime Commissioner - What
does justice look like to you? Help shape the options available to victims of
crime
Norfolks Police and Crime Commissioner, Stephen Bett, launched a month
-long consultation during August to give people a greater say in how anti -
social behaviour and low-level crime are dealt with. He said I want to hear
peoples views so I can then work with the Chief Constable to formulate
a list of Community Remedies for Norfolk,
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Main Service 10 : 30 am Sundays
Sunday Evening Service 6 : 30 pm
Wednesday 10 am Service of Holy Communion and Healing
For Roman Catholic services Tel. Fr David Ward at The Presbytery, Townhouse Rd, Costessey 742812

What do you think of when you think of God? Many people, including some
Christians, dont like the image of a God who judges. The difculty comes
because judgement has negative connotations for us. And a day of
judgement sounds foreboding and grim, and somewhat old-fashioned.

However, in the Bible Gods judgement is a good thing, even something to be
celebrated. We like things to be fair and just in this country. We are known
for it across the world. After all, which of us likes someone jumping the
queue? Justice is not just a British tradition. It is also a Christian tradition. The
Christian faith teaches that God is not only loving but just. God stands up for
what is right, and there will be a day when injustice is dealt with one-and-for-
all.

Bishop Tom Wright comments, In a world of injustice, bullying, violence,
arrogance and oppression, the thought that there might be a coming day
when the wicked are frmly put in their place and the poor and weak are
given their due is the best news there can be. Faced with a world of rebellion,
a world of exploitation and wickedness, a good God must be a God of
judgement.

So, the man who cons an elderly lady out of her life savings, the drug pusher
who ofers drugs for free to teenagers in order to get them hooked, the
creators of computer viruses, the drunk driver, the people trafckers, and
many other untold injustices too numerous to mention, they will not escape
justice. God is good and therefore must stand in judgement over wickedness,
injustice and oppression. That there will be a day when God judges and rids
the world of evil is cause for celebration.

Until next month,
Rev. Mark Elvin
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WEDDINGS

Peter Finn and Georgina Wright
both of Bowthorpe on 19th July at All Saints, Shouldham;
Stephen White and Yvonne Dewar
both of Bowthorpe on 19th July at St Mary & St Walstan, Bawburgh;
Paul Cook and Kirstin Macare
both of Bowthorpe on 24th July at St. Mary & St. Walstan, Bawburgh;
Christopher Gilson and Amanda Anderson
both of Bowthorpe on 28th July at St. Mary & St. Margaret, Sprowston;
Robin Mickelburgh and Bridgette Rushton Stubbs
both of Bowthorpe on 15th August at Bowthorpe Church Centre;
Ben Pearson of Bowthorpe and Beth Kirkwood of Norwich
on 16th August at St Andrew, Easton;
Adrian Mills and Mari Fielding both of Bowthorpe
on 16th August at St Mary, Earlham
John Webber of Bowthorpe and Helen Jackson of Sheffield
on 23rd August at Holy Trinity, Norwich
WHAT HURTS THE MOST?
In July, teams of young people from the
New Day event on the Norfolk Show-
ground came to Bowthorpe to carry out a survey in the community, asking just
one queston What hurts the most?
Death and sufering cause the greatest hurts to those living in Bowthorpe. Other
issues included: injustce, relatonship problems,
disappointment, stress, family challenges,
loneliness, rejecton, fear, abuse,
mental illness, money worries, worthlessness, addicton,
bad data, confict, indiference,
lack of confdence, other.
If you have been afected by any of these issues or wish to talk personally about
those issues which hurt you the most, please contact our minister Revd Mark
Elvin on 747871 or the Church Ofce on 749614.
Baptism
Beren Guler on 24th August
R.I.P.
Bethany and Brooke
Walters
on 24th June 2014
(stillborn at 31 weeks)
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News from
Bowthorpe WI
In July we listened to a very
interestng talk by Christne
Humphries on tracing your
family history and in August
we held a Bingo Night. This
was a very excitng evening,
partcularly for those who
won the many prizes.
On Monday 1
st
September
we will be listening to a talk
on Community Sentencing
by Paul Allen. The evening
will begin at 7:30 p.m. and
visitors are welcome.
On Saturday 27
th

September we will
be holding a Quiz
and Chips evening.
Visitng teams are
very welcome.
6:50 covers the
cost of the evening and
supper (bring your own
drinks and cutlery). Please
contact Janet on the number
below to book your place.
If you would like to know
more about our actvites
please contact Janet on
01603 744237, or e-mail
janetcraske@hotmail.co.uk.
Alternatvely come and meet
us at Bowthorpe Church.
We begin the evening at
7:30 p.m. Were a friendly
bunch and welcome visitors
and new members.
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Much of the life of a
wood is carried on out
of sight. Below ground
the tree roots
cooperate with fungi
which may grow
around the root or even reach right into
the trees cells. The fungi take sugar from
the tree and in return give it water and by
breaking down the dead wood and
leaves release their goodness for the
tree to use again. Some trees like beech
cannot grow without the help of particular
fungi. One fungus can link all the trees in
the wood together. Such large fungi are
the biggest living organisms on
earth, weighing tons and
stretching underground for
miles. All this happens out of
sight for most of the year. But in
autumn we can see the fruiting
bodies of the fungi above
ground. It is well worth looking
for them. They come in a
surprising range of shapes and
colours. We all probably can
recognize the fly agaric fungus
from childrens books about
gnomes and toadstools: a red
cap with white spots. King
Alfreds cakes fungus looks like
small cakes burnt to a cinder. It
often occurs on dead ash wood.
Bracket fungi growing out of tree
trunks look rather like they could
support a shelf. The colours can
be remarkable. Stags horn
fungus look like miniature
antlers. You need to look
carefully at dead wood on the
ground. Most fungi dont have
agreed common names so feel
free to invent them yourselves.
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Bowthorpe Mega Job Fair
Society Alive wishes to invite you to Bowthorpe Mega Job Fair. This fair will bring
in local and multinational companies ready to recruit, young local business men
and women who will deliver short workshops on how to start and run your own
business.
Venue: Clover Hill Village Hall
Date: 10
th
October 2014 Time: 1-3pm
Come join us as Bowthorpe tag team to say bye-bye to financial/economic
hardship.
For more inquires contact Godwin Unazi on
07832972166 or society.alive@yahoo.co.uk
october
dates
Norfolk Broads
********
Great places just like
Ormesby Broad
Has such true
beauty, thank the
Lord.
As the boathouse
came into view
There and then we
just knew
Wed stop awhile to
rest and dine,
To have a meal and
sip some wine.
The Norfolk Broads
are so divine
Tourists and locals
spend their tme
Just going out for just
one day
Or on a boatng
holiday.
Its good to value
what we have
Upon our doorstep,
lets be glad!

Jenny Holmwood.
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society.alive@yahoo.co.uk
Young and Silver time
The fortnightly caf organised by Society Alive still holds every first and last
Fridays of every month. Come make new friends and share in our healthy meal.
( free to all).
You are warmly invited to our
HARVEST SUPPER
on Saturday 20th September at 6.30pm, Bowthorpe Church.
Julia Pascoe of JEWS FOR JESUS will give a Presentation of
Christ in the harvest.
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Leyham Court
Hello Everyone
Im John Jessop, Im taking over the Leyham Court monthly postings
from Rose who is hanging up her journalist hat after many years of
service to the Bowthorpe News and Leyham Court, so a big thank you to
you Rose for your excellent work and dedication.

Our upcoming activities for September are:
Wednesday 17
th
September: Stewart brings his Mini Market (selling a
range of household items) to our lounge 9.30am -10.30am. Visitors most
welcome.

Friday 26
th
September: Our annual Macmillan Coffee Morning in the
lounge starts 10am.
This is one of our main events of the year, with so much going on, there
are prizes, raffles, tombola and refreshments. Its a great event so one to
keep for your diary - remember it starts at 10.00 am and visitors are most
welcome.

For our regular activities please see Leyham court entry in the A to Z .

DID YOU KNOW!
Norfolk Libraries offer a range of e-books
and e-audio books (talking books) that
library card holders can download free of
charge.
The range of e-book titles offered by Norfolk
Libraries can be downloaded on to
computers or direct to some e-readers,
tablets and Smartphones.
When searching the e-book pages a good
tip is to click on the Available Now box on the left hand side of the page
and then only e-books that are available for download now will appear,
just click on your chosen e-book and follow the instructions. For e-audio
books (talking books) you will be re-directed to the Norfolk Libraries
OneClickdigital page where a large selection of audio books can be
searched by genre or author, and can be downloaded for playing on your
computer or playing on other supported devices. Use the following link to
find out more, http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/Leisure_and_culture/
Libraries/E-books_and_e-audio/index.htm or simply Google Norfolk
County Council e-books and e-audio books.

Happy Days! John
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Hello everyone. It seems a long time since I last wrote the Ashwell Court
news and, after a glorious summer, real beach weather, we seem today to be back to
winter, with cold, dull weather. However we hope you all enjoyed the summer, as
we have. We have carried on with our usual selection of entertainment and other
activities.
In July with our Bradecroft friends we enjoyed a lovely day at Sheringham in
gorgeous weather. After a refreshing paddle (well some of us braved the stones to
get to the sea) on the way back we stopped for fish and chips at Roughton. Fish and
chips also feature in our life as once a month we have a fish and chip lunch,
ordered and delivered from a local shop so no cooking! This is always on a
Saturday, and is very welcome. Many thanks to Joyce who organises it and to
everyone who takes it in turn to provide the sweet. Also in July we had a visit from
The Southpark Stompers, who treated us to a display of very accomplished line
dancing.
As I expect many of you did, some of us attended the two Holiday at Home sessions
where the food and entertainment were once again first class. Every year these two
days are brilliant and the organizers are to be congratulated for what must be a lot of
organising work, and also for the excellent meals on both days.
Another enjoyable day out, which several of us at Ashwell Court attended was a
day trip to Clacton organised by Doreen Steel who runs the Day Centre at
Breckland Hall. Doreen also brings cakes and tea so we stop for a picnic at
Needham Lakes on the way home after a very enjoyable day.
We have been having other lovely events at Ashwell Court. We had an
evening of prize money bingo, which was very enjoyable. In August we
had our annual Ham Salad tea followed by entertainment by Gerry, a
lively Irish entertainer.
Then our own talented resident entertainers treated us to an afternoon concert and
sing-along. Tony who plays the keyboard and John the harmonica and sings, gave
us a full afternoon of enjoyable entertainment with famous songs from musical
shows, and other familiar songs. As everyone present was equipped with song-
sheets all could join in. It was a very enjoyable afternoon and thanks to Tony and
John for their hard work, to the entertainment team for the refreshments in the
break and to CJ for providing and putting in the sound equipment.
On a sad note, I have to report the death of one of our residents, Val (No
8). She was a lovely lady who will be greatly missed. Our sympathy goes
to all her family and friends. We hope we will continue to have the
company and help of her lovely family.
Best wishes from all at Ashwell Court. Margaret
ASHWELL COURT
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ACORN FELLOWSHIP FOR THE OVER 50s
2.30pm at Bowthorpe C hurch Mondays fortnightly
Sept. 8th Whats on your wall?
Sept. 22nd Speaker : Janet Craske topic: Buttons.
Notices from
neighbours


THE NORWICH
ELECTRONIC ORGAN &
KEYBOARD CLUB
Last Tuesday of the month at
Drayton Village Hall, at 7.30pm
10pm Entrance is 6.00 at the
door.
Sept. 30
th
Kevin Grunill New
to our club, Kevin has rapidly
built a fine reputation as one of
the UKs finest keyboard expo-
nents and is equally at home
on the modern electronic in-
struments as well as the more
traditional pipe organ and pi-
ano. Born in 1972, Kevin has a
varied performing history in-
cluding Blackpool Tower and
North Pier and numerous pipe
organ venues, organ societies
and private residences, both in
this country and abroad.
Do come and join us for an
evening of good musical
entertainment with like-
minded, friendly people, you
will be very welcome.
Martin Drake Chairman
01603 745544
BRADECROFT
Hello again,
July is gone, but
we had a nice
time at
Sheringham. It
was very hot, and
most of us went
to the wall at the bottom and watched the
sea . A very pleasant trip, but I did have
complaints about the fish tea at Roughton
so I dont think we are likely to call again.
Might I make a suggestion? We take our
sandwiches and stop in the pull-in and sit
on the grass,haha.
Now we come to August we have had a
nice day. Our driver took us for a ride
round Yarmouth before dropping us off at
market gates. The weather was kind to us
again,
Now we look forward to the September,
mystery tour. Sorry this letter is short but
time is pressing. Bye for now. Pat

Tootsie thinks its fine. She looks at me,
what you off out again? and go
get in her basket. She has a real
good day when Im gone. A lady
walks her, plays with her, but as
soon as she know i am home there is no
peace till the bags are opened and she
gets her treat. Woof woof till next time
Tootsie
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BOWTHORPE HERITAGE GROUP
COMMUNITY GARDEN
Contacts: Madge 734767
Veronica 749280
Adrian 07765350383
Carol 474633 Jill 746118
Next Help-days: Sundays from 2pm
September 7 and 21
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For
Other
Toddler
Groups
and
childrens
Clubs
etc
see
A to Z
in
centre
pages.
Have you seen our
new workshop
display window ?
People with learning
difficulties help in the
production of high-
quality goods for sale.
E: bowthorpe.trust@gmail.com T: 01603 746106

STILL NEEDED
CAR-DRIVER TO HELP
WITH MONTHLY
DELIVERY OF
BOWTHORPE NEWS
IN
CHAPEL BREAK.
Please contact
Jill Wragg
jill.wragg@hotmail.
co.uk
Tel. 01603 746118
Or Editor
bowthorpenews@
yahoo.co.uk


Saint Michaels
Workshop
(Bowthorpe
Community Trust,
Reg.Charity
no.1147049)
wishes to thank the
Norwich and
Peterborough
Building Society for
the generous support
given through its
Community Fund in
August this year.
THANKS TO
Norwich and Peterborough staff with Saint Michaels
Workshop trainees and staff as they receive the
N & P Community Award.
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SLIMMING STORY
A local mum who was shamed into facing the fact that she
still looked pregnant 3 months after giving birth, when a
friend inspired her to lose 3 stone in just four months.

Lorraine Lewis, 36 of Tacolneston decided she needed to
take action when she bumped into a friend who knew she
was pregnant but unaware her daughter was already three
months old. She asked Lorraine confidently "When is the
baby due?" Lorraine laughed but was devastated as she
pointed out her baby across the room.

That evening with her friends words still ringing in her ears as she tucked into her
favourite family size chcolate bar & a whole packet of biscuits whilst trawling
Facebook an advert for her local Slimming World Group popped up. Lorraine knew
from that moment she had to make drastic changes, she has since lost 3 stones in
just four months & seen her & her families life change dramatically.

When she arrived at her first group Lorraine couldn't believe it when her consultant
explained she could eat so much food without limitation, weighing or measuring &
still enjoy her favourite foods like chocolates, sweets & biscuits without ever feeling
guilty.

She was blown away at her first weigh in when she was told she had lost 8lbs.
From that moment she realised that she could eat, enjoy life & lose weight without
ever feeling guilty.

In group she learned how easy it was to adapt & prepare all her family favourites
like Roast Beef & all the trimmings, Spaghetti Bolognaise, Curries & even Burger &
Chips. She was amazed she could eat as much if not more than before, & even
have chocolate every day whilst still losing weight. The whole family eat much
more healthily as a result as Lorraine cooks the same meals for everyone including
her baby daughter.

Since losing the weight Lorraine has much more confidence & energy meaning she
can run around with her children & ensure they are more active by walking the 4
miles daily on the school runs.

Recently on a day out to a theme park Lorraine was
thrilled that she was able to fully participate in the family
fun without the fear of getting stuck, being too heavy or
the safety harness not fitting round her on any of the rides.

Lorraine is relaunching the Bowthorpe Slimming World
Group held every Thursday at St Michael's Middle School,
Astley Road, Chapel Break 5:30pm & 7:30pm .For more
information telephone Lorraine on: 0789 408 7044
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News from St Michaels VA Junior School.
Sarah Claflin - Senior Leader
Another Wonderful Year
The children and staff have
thoroughly enjoyed another positive
year at school. We are also very
proud of our Year Six, who achieved
our best SAT results ever!
KS2 SATs results 2014
94% (L4+) 58% (L5) 4% (L6)
in maths
91% (L4+) 51% (L5) in reading
88% (L4+) 39% (L5) 1.5 (L6)
in writing
70% (L4+) 42% (L5) 3% (L6)
in SPAG (spelling, punctuation & grammar)
We are also pleased that the school
exceeded nat i onal progress
expectations.
Leavers We wish all the year
six leavers all the best for their
future, We are also sad to see Mrs
Langdon, Mrs Kanayama, Miss Taylor-
Balls and Miss Cranston leave. We
wish them luck and success in their
teacher training and future careers.
Summer Fayre
This years Summer
Fayre was one of the most
successful ever! Everyone
revelled in the glorious sun
and had an amazing time.
Thank you to all those who
came. Over 1000 was raised.
Lets Grow Vouchers
The school will be collecting
the Morrisons Lets Grow
Vouchers. If you would like
to donate any, please drop
them in at the
school foyer.
Eco-Council We are
pleased to announce that
St Michaels have been
awarded the prestgious Green
Flag for a further two years.
Sporting Achievement
Well done to the children who
competed at City Sports. A
special congratulations to
John Eze who was 3rd in the
Boys 200m Final.
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Please deliver to
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* *
NATIONAL HERITAGE OPEN DAY
NATIONAL HERITAGE OPEN DAY

AT SAINT MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS RUIN
(2 mins. walk from Roys Shopping Centre, next to Bowthorpe Church)

SATURDAY 13th SEPTEMBER
SATURDAY 13th SEPTEMBER


Creative kids activities (morning).
All day ruin & nature trails
plus refreshments

FREE FOLK EVENTS * FREE FOLK EVENTS *

10 11am
Childrens Storytelling
Childrens Storytelling

(see inside front cover) (see inside front cover)
11.30 12.30pm
Ceilidh Dancing
Ceilidh Dancing
(easy country/folk dances all explained)
1.30 3.30pm
Relaxed afternoon
Relaxed afternoon

with folk musicians and singers.
with folk musicians and singers.
8 - 9.30pm
Dramatic floodlighting
Dramatic floodlighting

This free event will culminate with the floodlighting of the
ruin and a classical guitarist (8.30pm) adding to the rich
atmosphere. A community-made video documentary about
the old church will also be screened.
(If weather is poor, activities will be in adjoining church centre).
With thanks to Norfolk Community Foundaton for supportng this event.