Achievement Assembly on Friday 15th March

Achievement Assembly on Friday 15th March

It is Red Nose day so we had a dominantly red assembly.

Red noses comp

Bad weather this week has again taken its toll on our sports’ fixtures. Rugby matches on Monday were cancelled and the Cross Country at Leeds on Tuesday was hit by the bad weather.

Ice Hockey:

ice hockey comp

Coincidentally, despite the bad weather, we then had one boy who played ice hockey at the weekend and brought in an hockey shirt.  Oscar  had  obtained the shirt for playing in the National Ice Hockey Jamboree.

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Robert showed us his medals for Hockey which he was given by his hockey club for winning the tournament. Amun was in the club’s B team who finished in a creditable 4th place.

Under 10s Football

It was a  great performance from the U10s footballers this week in the tournament at the Forest Academy ground.  Instead of an indoor tournament it was changed to be outdoors, so in the very cold (and snowy) weather they did really well! They won 4, drew 1, lost 1, to finish 2nd out of 7 teams involved and are through to the semi-finals of the Nottinghamshire Schools’  FA tournament on Wednesday 27th March. Good luck for the Finals.

Goals from Hari Bhatia (2), Sammy King (2) and Zehn Rana.

Club Football Award:

hts footy comp

Harry Tyler Smith played for his football team, Ruddington Colts U9s, and they were winter champions

Swimming Club Award:

Viraj Footy comp

Viraj was swimmer of the month for his club, Northern SC.


Chess was not hit by the adverse weather conditions so we were able to continue the next rounds of matches.

Results in the 3rd Round of the Championship League

A team beat the NHGS 3 ½ – ½

B Team beat  Jesse Gray School   3-1

A Team beat Jesse Gray 4-0

Overall standings, so far, in the league place our A team second by 2 ½ points and our B team  = 3rd

John Croasdale played for the successful Senior School B team in Chester beating The Kings’ School.

In the Nottinghamshire U9s League we entered three teams in a well-attended tournament held at our School on Thursday. Sixty four pupils took part. Our A Team came first with 23 1/2 points  and our C team came fourth. It was a valuable learning experience.


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Plenty of Gold Certificates were awarded.

Primary Maths Challenge:

Prim maths chall comp

In the Primary Maths Challenge Alex and Toby received their certificates for taking part in the Finals


Student of the Week:

Seb Stu o the Week

Sebby Gould for his performance in Hayden’s Creation Concert

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