NHJS Achievement Assembly: Friday 28th September 2012

After yet another exciting week at NHJS, we had a lot to look forward to during our achievement assembly this morning…


Well done to Akki, Mohammed, Milad and Aamar who know all the x2, x5 and x10 multiplication facts by heart. A big pat on the back for Zayem and Matthew who received their 12×12 multiplication certificates today.

Big Brother Award:

Joseph brought in his trophy for being a super big brother. You can see how much of a big brother he is-nearly as tall as Mr Earnshaw!

Mountain Climbing:

Joe had a productive weekend, as he managed to get to the summit of Snowdon without having to use the train!


Our U10 team were victorious in their match against Whitemoor on Thursday, winning 4-2! An excellent performance from the boys.

Well done to Amun who was voted Man of the Match in last week’s match for his local team, Bramcote U9.

Fun Run:

Isaac brought in his certificate and medal following his completion of the Plumtree 1.5mile fun run last weekend.

Junior Flag Competition Results:

We had a plethora of entries for this competition set by Mr Caldwell in last week’s achievement assembly. Both shortlisting and deciding on eventual winners was incredibly difficult for Mr Caldwell!

Thanks to all the boys who participated. Their creative and technical skills are a credit to them all and of course Mr Simpson and Mr Jones!

The winners are as follows:

Y3 – Moulik

Y4 – Rohan

Y5 – David

Y6 – Patrick

Overall winner – Charlie

Student of the Week

Well done to Rio who received this week’s certificate for listening to instructions and improving his performance in Games.

And finally…

You may have noticed from the photographs above, that I am in fact wearing a very important sticker-Nottingham High School 1513-2013.

Yesterday I was delighted to be invited to the opening of ‘Balls, Boots and Players’, which is an exhibition exploring the leading lights of Nottingham High School over the last 500 years.

The exhibition is free and in the Western Gallery at the Lakeside Arts Centre on the University campus. It opens to the public on Friday 28th September 2012 and continues until Sunday 13th January 2013.

Opening hours:

Monday – Friday, 11.00am-4pm

Saturday, Sunday & B/H, 12 noon – 4pm

More details can be found on the Lakeside website:



One thought on “NHJS Achievement Assembly: Friday 28th September 2012

  1. Each week I look forward to Achievement Assembly. The boys never fail to amaze me with their skills and talents, and the variety of awards is quite remarkable. Well done boys.

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