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NORM'S TALE HAS so captured the
imagination of students and staff
at St John's that Music teacher
Jeanette Chapman and Learning Support
teacher Jenny Howard have turned it into
a rollicking musical tale called Rocking
All Over the World. All 189 students will
participate in the musical, but Norm will
be the star of the show.
The students were so pleased to have
Norm back where he belongs that they
were all keen to invite him to their homes.
He was so popular that they had to take
turns to host the once again smiling
Norm. Some families took Norm and his
red backpack to the beach, to soccer
and ballet, to a restaurant, on holidays,
keeping a close eye on him at all times.
Sometimes Norm's many activities made
him so tired he just wanted to relax with
a good movie. Gnome Alone is one of
Principal Liz Latham said, "Norm is very
much part of our community here at St
John's, and he's certainly the only one
among us to be the subject of a musical!
Jeanette Chapman is very gifted and the
children are loving learning the songs that
capture the places he's been.
"Everyone who is able to come to Rocking
All Over the World is guaranteed plenty of
fun and great entertainment."
For more information about Rocking
All Over the World please P St John's,
By TRACEY EDSTEIN
Once upon a time, there was a jolly gnome called Norm who lived with all his friends at St
John s Primary Lambton. However, Norm s happy life was cruelly disrupted when he was
gnome-napped, and forced to travel the world to find his way home to Lambton.
I forgot I was scared
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