Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Assemblies

Friday 16th May 2014

Infants at Lovell House

 Well done! You did your best,
Well done! We’re so impressed,
Well done! Congratulations,
You deserve the praises!

 Respect, Reach and Responsibility

MC900431611[1]  Star Certificates:

Reception:     Oscar A – For trying really hard with his writing. Writing 2 
Year1B:     GlassesMyal A for excellent concentration in class all week. 

 

Year 1F: Rafe R – for excellent effort Smiles 3
Year 2W: ScholarThe class for their hard work in SATs week.
Year 2M: The whole class for their hard work in SATs week.Scholar

 

Squirrel 2School Squirrel:

Reception:     James S – for always trying his best and for always having a smile on his face! Smile
Year1B:     Smiles 3Euan D for continued hard work with his reading at school!
Year 1F: Sam G for improved concentration Glasses
Year 2W: George E for always being kind and thoughtful to others Friends
Year 2M: Smiles 3Omar A for being kind and polite to everyone around school

 

Juniors

We are delighted to include the following report from Mrs Whittamore:

SwimmingSwimming
On a wet and windy Saturday 10th May, Sammy K, Ted G-D, Ben W. and Eoin B. met at 8:30am at the Olympic sized pool at K2 Crawley. The boys were very excited because although we have had individuals go through to the finals before, we’ve never had the whole team go through. The boys entered the relays warm up confident in the knowledge that they were already in the top 12 in the country. The medley and freestyle relays were run as two timed finals…our medley team came 4th with a team best time of 1.10.09 and then our freestyle relay team came an amazing and very close first with a team best time of 1.00.17-we were all over the moon!

Next came the individual events (top 16 in the country). Ben swam his 25m butterfly in 18.03 and came 7th in his heat and 14th overall. Ted then swam his 50m backstroke and 5th in his heat and 13th overall. Sammy swam his 50m freestyle in 31.21, came 2nd in his heat and qualified for the top 8 in the country! He then swam in the top 8 finals and came an admirable 7th against some phenomenal competition with 31.34.

In overall position with points added up for all the events on the day, we came in a very pleasing 3rd place (2nd were Lambrook and 1st was Dulwich). This is an amazing achievement as we have never been in the IAPS finals as a team before, never mind finishing in the overall top 3.

swimmers

Over 3, 500 swimmers had participated in the whole competition and 220 schools. A superb achievement by our splendid U11 team. We are very proud of you!

Many thanks to the parents who travelled down with their children and supported us superbly on the day-we couldn’t do it without your support!

WELL DONE EVERYONE!

Mrs H.J.Whittamore

The team were presented with their medals, badges and certificates during assembly.

Playing music

 

 

Music
Performers of the week

Violin              Jagpal S
Cello                Luca V & Callum D
Flute                Oliver H
Oboe               Harrison S
Trombone      Rohan B
Trumpet         Toyan G & Orlando B

 Music Awards

Euan Lim         Grade 4 Piano with distinction
Frazer Lim       Grade 4 piano with distinction

 ChessChess:

Adi M. has won the Ian Cowen memorial trophy for being the highest scored in the U11 pre-trial qualifiers in the EPSCA (English Primary Schools Chess Association) Grand Prix.

 

Rugby Ball Rugby:

Anthony A was presented with his trophies and medal for being Nottingham Moderns RFC’s U11 Player of the Year and part of the U11 team who were joint winners of the Matlock Festival 2014.

FootballFootball:

Congratulations to Luca V whose team, West Bridgford Colts were winners of the ‘Yel Tournament’ and the ‘Carlton Town Football Tournament’.

 

 

Student of WeekStudent of the Week.

Viraj Deorukhkar for writing an article on the late Stephen Sutton’s fundraising

 

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