Achievement Assembly 24th May 2013

Junior School Achievement Assembly, Friday 24th May 2013

 ‘Go into the world and do well. But more importantly, go into the world and do good.’
                                                                                                                               Minor Myers JR.

House Points:
Gold awards: Imran, Ben T, Thomas B, Frazer L, Reeshav, Dhruv, Vignesh, Aditya, Matthew, Oliver

English Satips Poetry Competition:
We are delighted to announce that Nottingham High School were voted best school overall and the following boys were also awarded:

Rohan B, ‘Raising the Dead’: First Prize

Ptolemy B, ‘Sounds of the Match’: Third Prize


Junior Memory Championship

Congratulations to Akhilesh selected as a finalist for this competition and to everyone at Nottingham High school involved in this competition.

Ironically, Akhilesh almost forgot to have his photograph taken for this Blog!


Mathletics:Mathletics Gold

Gold Awards – Andrew B: 1070,  Vijay MS: 1194,  Cole TS: 1760,  Zain:1841


Harry T-S – reached Etoile D’Or Class for the French Ski Schools. This Skiing

means he is eligible for Competition Class. (Photograph next time)



Isaac M – completed the Ainsworth 5k Fun Run


RugbyRugby Ball

Cole T-S – received a medal for his participation in the

West Bridgford U8 team season 2012/13

Takura – received a medal for his team, Nottingham

Modern’s, being runners up this season.


Swimming  Swimming


Archie‘s report on participating in the IAPS Swimming Finals can be found on the Blog.



Oscar M and Charlie V have been commended for their participation in the Delancey Schools’ Chess Challenge 2013.



Special Mention

Thomas P – Thomas created a fantastic model of the planets to complement his Science Presentation.  Well done for independent work and superb effort.


Student of the WeekScroll

Anthony A.  At the athletics event Anthony volunteered to run a race in which he wasn’t expecting to compete.  Well done, to Anthony for showing real team spirit and loyalty to the School!


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