Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Assemblies

May 14th and 15th 2015

 Infants at Lovell House

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

 Star Certificate

 

Star Certificates:

Year 1B:     Kavin R for his brilliant behaviour in the playground when he was pond dipping! Pond
Year 1F: Roman E for fantastic multiplication.Multiply
Year 2W: Alfie C for working hard and getting on straight awayLearnign to write
Year 2B: All the children for excellent behaviour on the library trip.Library

 

Squirrel 2

 

School Squirrel:

Year 1B:     Archie S for his amazing knowledge on pond life, toads and snakes! Frog

 

Year 1F: Writing 2Sam E for careful literacy work
Year 2W: Josiah I for excellent behaviour on our trip to Central Library this week. Library

 

Year 2B: Tidying UpMatthew M for carrying out his monitor duties to an excellent standard.

 

Juniors

To be better equipped for the tests that the year will bring — read a textbook.
To prepare for the tests that life will bring — read a book.”

 Mokokoma Mokhonoana, philosopher

 

Behaviour Focus of the Week – The Flying Pig Award

We have been delighted with the effort of all the forms!

Flying PigThis week’s winners are:  4W with 17 PIG TOKENS!!!

Next week’s focus is:  ‘walking on the left–hand side of the corridor’

 

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Mathletics Awards:

 

Mathletics GOLD Award (20 Bronze) – Ethan P, George E & Issac W

Times Tables

2,5 and 10 multiplication and division facts:

 

Isaac W

Playing music

 

 

Music – Instrumental Project

Clarinettist James B

Swimming

 

 

Swimming

Congratulations to Isaac M who finished 7th for national 25m Butterfly at the IAPS competition. His time was 17:58 .

Congratulations also to Hou Yu in the Arnold Ernhale open meet. He achieved FIVE 1st place trophies

400m and 200m Individual Medley

400m and 200 M Front Crawl

200m Breaststroke

Not surprisingly, he  scored as ‘TOP BOY’ for his age group.

Student of WeekStudents of the Week.

Year 6 collectively for the mature and sensible manner in which they have conducted themselves during SATs week.

 

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