Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Assemblies

November 27th and 28th 2014

 Infants at Lovell House

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

 MC900431611[1] Star Certificates:

Reception Sebbie M for being a fantastic member of the class and always working hard with a smile. (We will miss you, Sebbie) Well done
Year1B:     Drummer BoyNihal S for singing the Drummer Boy song beautifully
Year 1F: Oscar A – for his fantastic polar bear fact booklet Polar Bear
Year 2W: Writing 2George A for trying hard to improve his writing
Year 2B: Fred L for finding the missing number in different number sentences. Mental Maths

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Squirrel 2School Squirrel:

Reception Aarya S for always happy and trying his best to help others. Well done

 

Year1B:     Om K for producing a beautiful Polar Bear Leaflet Polar Bear
Year 1F: 100Maxwell C for working hard to meet his classroom targets
Year 2W: Sam G for being responsible during our play rehearsals and working hard to learn his lines. Well done
Year 2B: 100Marley P for working cooperatively in our drama lesson

 

 

Juniors

Success is dependent on effort.

Sophocles

Mental Maths   Maths:
Primary Maths Challenge Congratulations:

Gold Certificate Neel B, Adi M & Rohan T
Silver Certificate Imran Z, Harry T-S, Rohan S, Reeshav M, Hugo B & Adnan B
Bronze Certificate Hasan A, Noah C, Joe C, Rohan S, Jai V & Angus T

 Maths Times Tables:

2, 5, 10 times tables Namit B & Alfie A
3, 4, 11 times tables Jai S, Krrish M & Matthew B

Mathletics Awards:
10 Bronze awards = 2 Silver Awards
for: Shuban Y, Otto G, Rohan S, Thomas B, Ben T, Rehan B, Dean S, Seth D, Amun S, Ben H & Ryan M

Playing music 

Music Project Player of the week:

Violinist William H (for effort and concentration in class)
Cellist Joshua M, Krish S
Clarinettist Alex b
Flautist Kapil K
Oboist Alfie A

 

Football

football championsCongratulations to U11 football team becoming Nottingham City 5-a-side champions (We have retained the trophy we won last year).  We have now qualified for the Nottingham Kids Cup final to be played at Meadow Lane on 7th February. We will play at half-time during Notts County’s match v Chesterfield.  This is in addition to the finals’ night to be held at the City Ground, following our qualification during the Karnival Cup back in October.

The competition was run on a league basis. P5 W 4   L 1. We won the league by 3 points. Fernwood scraped into 2nd place on goal difference ahead of Highbank with 9 points.

NHS 1 Highbank 0 (Isaac) NHS 3 Djanolgly 0 (Isaac 3) NHS 1 Southwark 0 (Isaac) NHS 0 Fernwood 3 (We conceded 3 goals inside the first 2 minutes, before we learnt how to tackle!) NHS 1 Dovecote 0 (Alex Cochrane)

The competition consisted of the winners and runners up from each of the three qualifying tournaments and was very competitive. The players were a credit to the school and behaved fantastically well throughout.

GymnasticsGymnastics

Alfie A has achieved his British Gymnastics Level 8 award.

 

 

SwimmingSwimming

Report on gala against QEGS, Wakefield.

On Tuesday 25th November, NHIJS hosted a gala against QEGS Wakefield at home. The pupils were very excited and looking forward to the strong competition. The gala started with the medley relays in all age groups, followed by individual events and then finished off with freestyle relays. There were some close races and the strong competition brought the best out of both teams. The results were as follows:

Results NHIJS QEGS
Y6 47 59
Y5 36 45
Y4 30 39
Total 113 143

Many of our boys achieved personal best times and were a real credit to the school. They enjoyed the gala and showed incredibly good sportsmanship.

Many thanks to the parents who came to support us, to our super timekeepers, to Tom Talbot and our school lifeguards, to Miss Thorpe for scoring and to all the teachers for setting up and supporting the gala.

Mrs H.J.Whittamore

 20141122_215605 Neel BMany congratulations also to Neel B who recently participated in the Championships held by Nottingham Northern Swim Club. Neel achieved a 1st in the Age 10 category in all the strokes and was awarded a number of trophies for the same. A superb achievement!

 

Viraj D also deserves our warmest congratulations for attaining 2nd place in the 800metres freestyle and the ‘Treasurer’s Award’ for his club. (This award is for effort and good attitude in the club)

Congratulations also to Namit B who has attained Level 5 in his ASA swimming awards.

 Student of WeekStudent of the Week.

Rohan T for superb sportsmanship prior to and during the recent swimming gala vs QEGS .

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