Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Achievement Assemblies

Infant School
January 21st 2016

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

 Star CertificateStar Certificates:

RA Aaron P for always trying hard and doing his best Working Hard


RF Rainbow FishAlice D – Creating a Rainbow Fish
1B: Oskar A for his fantastic Paddington Bear postcard! Paddington


1C: PaddingtonThomas F – Writing some lovely, descriptive sentences about Paddington Bear.


2B: story writingJames S for writing a great ‘beginning’ paragraph to a story.


2W: Charles D for his hard work this week in Literacy and great use of speech marks in his writing. Working Hard


Squirrel 2School Squirrel:

RA Michael W for his enthusiastic approach to activities Enthusiastic


RF KindAamar S – Kindness in the playground
1B: George W for his continued high standard of work in all areas of the curriculum Well Done 2
1C: happyVismay G – For always sharing and contributing his ideas with the class.
2B: Aarya S for always being such a cheerful member of the class and making us all Smilesmile.
2W: Well Done 2Max M for always trying his best and taking pride in his work.



Junior School

January 22nd 2016

If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.

Haruki Murakami, from Norwegian Wood

Flying PigFlying Pig Award: 3C

Royal Mail Letter


Royal Mail Letter Writing Competition: Area Finalist Congratulations to Arrandeep M.




Music Certificate




Performers of the week


Cellist: Fred L & Sam G

 Music Awards:

Electric Guitar Debut Grade James M
Drums Grade 2 Manus P

 Rugby BallRugby: Congratulations to Cormac C who was awarded a medal and trophy for his rugby team.


TennisNottinghamshire Tennis: Congratulations to Marcus S, chosen to represent the county.




Sport ReliefSports Relief:

We heard yesterday that NHIJS were in the top 500 fundraisers (out of 10,000 + schools) for Sports Relief 2014. This year we hope to raise even more.


 Student of WeekStudent of the Week

Gabe E for an improved attitude to learning and for overcoming his fear of speaking in front of the class. ‘Feeling the fear and doing it anyway’


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