25th and 26th September 2014
Infants at Lovell House
Well done! You did your best,
Well done! We’re so impressed,
Well done! Congratulations,
You deserve the praises!
We were very happy to present Miss Higgins with a little card and gift this morning to wish her well for her ‘new arrival’.
In honour of National Punctuation Day:
The difference between a cat and a comma – a cat has paws at the end of its claws and a comma is a pause at the end of a clause!
Genuine congratulations to all pupils (and families) for the fantastic homework projects for the Creativity Cup! The staff (and the Governors who came to look around on Monday) have been truly amazed at the breadth of ideas, creativity, effort and hard work which you have afforded this task.
3S Ben H. ‘Nottingham Histories’
3W Krish B. ‘Trent Bridge’
4S Zain K ‘Highlights of Nottingham’
4W Isak I. ‘My Nottingham’
5A Jake D. ‘A to Z of Nottingham’
5C Oliver H. ‘Nottingham Histories’
5S James M. ‘Nottingham Tram’
6G Jai V. ‘HP Sauce’
6S Rohan T. ‘Goosefair’
Arrandeep M Piano Grade 1 , with Merit
James R Flute Grade 2
Football A good start to the football season for the U10s this week, with a 6-0 win vs Brocklewood. Goals were from Isaac M. (4) and Max Mc-S (2).
Our Year 6 footballers defeated St Augustine 4-1 yesterday. Goals from Alex C. (2), William T. and Thomas C. De-F. ensured a well-deserved win.
With some clinical finishing it could have been double figures!
A good start to the U11 season.
Dance Alexei S Grade 3 Ballet Distinction.
Cricket Congratulations to Adam K who was awarded Caythorpe Cricket Club’s U12 ‘Bowler of the Year’ trophy, 2014.
Alex W has achieved his karate brown belt.
Student of the Week
Ben T for his effort in the U10s football match yesterday where he gave 100%. He was on the receiving end of quite a nasty tackle but took it on the chin (literally) and was gracious to the culprit who made the poor challenge. He got up and carried on playing without moaning and won a penalty for our team in the process.