Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Assemblies

May 21stand 22nd 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 CertificateStar Certificates:

Reception: Whole class for excellent behaviour on their trip Whitby
Year 1B:     Learnign to writeArchie S – for all his hard work
Year 1F: Sam E for super independent writing Writing 2
Year 2W: WritingAll of 2W for concentrating this week
Year 2B: Isa S-K – excellent progress Well done

 

Squirrel 2School Squirrel:

Reception: William F for independent writing Writing 2
Year 1B:     Well doneCharles D – lovely manners
Year 1F: Eron B – improved concentration Well done
Year 2W: Well doneJoshua P – for having a better start to the School day
Year 2B: Michael S – Grant- being a lovely member of the class Smiles 3

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We also presented Arun with his football award and Joshua with his cricket cup

Juniors

Success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration.

Thomas Edison

 

Flying PigBehaviour Focus of the Week – The Flying Pig Award

We have been delighted with the effort of all the forms!
This week’s winners are:  5A with 12 tokens

Next week’s focus is:  Walking around school in a quiet and ordered manner.

 

Mathletics.pngMathletics Awards:

Mathletics GOLD Award (20 Bronze) – Finlay C-D

 

Times Tables

6,7,8 multiplication and division facts:

 

Taylor B
3,4 and 11 times tables Krish S, Harvey J  , Krish B

CricketCricket:

U8s:

Unfortunately, the Under 8s lost by 111 runs on Friday. QEGS scored 139 for no wicket from their 20 overs, we could only manage 68 for 8 (which left us on an overall score of 28). It was a tough fixture against a very strong team .

Top scorer – Abdullah A with 20 runs.

Best bowling performances – Ben H – 2 overs for 5 runs, Kapil K – 2 overs for 6 runs.

U9s

Congratulations to the U9s team whose excellent behaviour at QEGS is to be highly commended.

They played well as a team (ably captained by Naveen) given that they have only had about two sessions in the ‘A Game’ group. It was a close match which we unfortunately lost but by only 20 runs. The game could easily have gone either way!

U11s

Last Friday was a great day for the U11s who won by 9 wickets. They chased 87 and reached the total with 3 overs to spare. The bowling and fielding was exceptional by our pupils and collectively they all played their part. QEGS were the only team that beat them last year, so we were delighted with the result.

The U11 B cricket team travelled to Barlborough Hall School on Wednesday  to play Barlborough A team. This was a great opportunity for some of the boys as it was their first Cricket match ever. The boys found the opposition to be tough cookies and lost by 6 wickets but they all batted and bowled. They were perfectly well behaved.

Harvey J has competed in the Notts & Derby Border Youth Cricket league.

FootballerFootball

Wednesday 20th May, our U11 team played at the City Ground last night. After drawing 0-0, we were beaten 3-2 on penalties. During the game we had the two best chances to score, but unfortunately their goalkeeper made two excellent saves. To play in a professional football stadium was a great experience for the team.


Gymnastics
Finn D completed in the  National Sports Acrofinals at the weekend, although he did not medal he did a fantastic routine with his partner Connor and performed with real confidence in front of 400 people.  He had a really wonderful time and is already planning his routines for next year’s qualifiers.

 

ChessChess
Sahat S attained 1st place in the ESPSCA Chess finals

Zayan B competed in the U8s semi-final of the EPSCA semi-finals.
Kumon
Mo S has successfully completed F1 level of the Kumon English programme.

SwimmingSwimming
Harry E has achieved the 2000m Rainbow Award.

 

 

 

Student of WeekStudent of the Week.

Isaac D who  fractured a bone in foot.  Despite being in plaster with a crutch, he  came into  school next day, on the bus and has carried on without any fuss and without complaint.

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