Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Achievement Assemblies

Infant School

February, 11th 2016

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

 Star CertificateStar Certificates:

RA Rishi A for being so determined to finish his maths activities however long it takes Maths
RF listenBobby O for his super listening skills
1B: Charles M – his fantastic Chinese New Year lantern and expressive dancing! chinese-lantern
1C: ReadingDimitris G – becoming more confident and fluent in his reading
2B: Ayaan P – writing an excellent piece of information about an African penguin.Penguin
2W: Writing 2Om K for an excellent job turning his notes into a non-fiction text.


squirrel 3School Squirrel:

RA Ayda M for being such a kind friend to everyone in RA Friends
RF class bookWilliam N for fantastic writing about our class book
1B: Christopher E his fantastic instructional writing to make a pancake. Well done!Pancake
1C: KindWilliam F – always being kind and considerate to others
2B: Roman E – carrying out his classroom job responsibly and diligently Tidying Up
2W: Charles D for continuing to work hard and try his best even though he has felt  Well Done 2poorly.

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Junior School

February, 12th 2016

Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.

Eleanor Roosevelt, politician and diplomat


Flying PigFlying Pig Focus & Award:    Kindness, tact and diplomacy to others – 6S






 Performers of the week.

Cellist James F
Clarinetist Michael S- G


PoetryEnglish poetry Competition:

Congratulations to Luca R-A, Alexei S, Finn D and Cole T-S whose poems were selected as winning finalists in the St Martin’s Ampleforth Competition and have been invited to the School for a recital.


ChessChess Congratulations to all players who played very well in this competition. Three teams have now qualified for the National Semi Finals: two of our Under 11 teams, both A and B and our Under 9 A team. Well done to them all.


FootballerFootball The Under 8 A team were defeated 5-2 today away at Fairfield Prep. The scoreline was rather flattering to the home side who took advantage of some rather static defending along with a couple of fortuitous goals during goalmouth scrambles and a penalty . Nottingham shared much of the position and had by far the better and more numerous chances but it was one of those days where the ball just wouldn’t cross the line. We hit the post twice and crossbar once. The Nottingham goals came from an Arun S shot that squirmed through the keepers fingers and Fletcher P.

Special mentions to George T and Euan D for running their socks off, Arun S for some excellent shots and Joshua P for a couple of dramatic saves in goal.

The Under 8s B team fared much better and came away 6-0 winners perhaps Mr Webster was the talismanic presence in supervising there?

All the children enjoyed the experience and were jovial and well behaved throughout. Coach Crossland

Other results: U9A’s narrowly lost 5-4 and the U9B’s lost 1-0.

Student of WeekStudent of the Week

Congratulations to Cormac C  for playing chess for the whole day on Sunday in an age group far above his own. He helped the School Under 11 team C, who were a player short, by stepping in and playing for them. He didn’t win any matches and he did not moan or complain. He stepped in and knew it was going to be difficult for himself. Great attitude.

Fareed K for stopping to help Mrs Kawalec when she had a disaster on the stairs.





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