Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Achievement Assemblies

Infant School Achievement Assembly   

Friday, March 24th 2017

 Star Certificates:

RB: William P for trying hard to write more independently 
RF: Rosie H – always listening and being kind to others
1A: Ellie C – super reading progress 
1R: Kayode A for using ambitious vocabulary in his story about the Queen’s Knickers
2B: Jonas M for his neat and beautiful handwriting all the time in lessons! 
2W: William F for his hard work during our independent writing

 

School Squirrel:

RB: Yousef A for being polite, responsible and welcoming to visitors in school 
RF: Charlotte C- working hard to master counting on using a numberline!
1A: Rishi A – For setting such a good example to his peers with his excellent manners and super behaviour.
1R: Ayda M for having a clear, loud voice and excellent drama skills in our showcase play 
2B: Aarya S for working very hard to learn his lines for Willy Wonka in the play. Well done!
2W: Arjun J for his sensible behaviour during our play rehearsals 

 

Junior School Achievement Assembly   

Friday, March 24th 2017

 Primary Maths Challenge Bonus Round
Nationally, 63 000 pupils entered Maths Challenge in November. Of those, 1932 pupils who scored 19 or more were invited to take part in the ‘Bonus Round’ in February 2017.

We are delighted that 2 of our Y6 pupils were invited to take part. Many congratulations to: Orlando B who achieved a certificate of participation and Zayan B who achieved a Silver Award.

 Year 3 Music Project – ‘Performer of the Week’

Euphonium Kavin R
Trombonist Lucas B (14.03.17), Edward M
Cellist Oscar G
Clarinettist Yasin R
Trumpeter Maxwell C (14.03.17)

Chess
The Association took part in the English Primary Schools Inter County Semi Finals on Saturday 18th March in Cheshire. Congratulations to Zayan B, James B, Robert G, Saahat S, Jacob C, Dean S and Harry E for representing and helping the County achieve first place and qualify for the Finals in May.

Results from Mr Crawley’s chess group in the UK Chess Challenge 2017 : Zayan B is the School Champion with 17 points. Silver medals were awarded to James B and Jacob C – 17 points, Saahat S and Matthew B receive a Bronze medal with 16 points.   Robert G and Zain K achieved 15 points.  All these players now qualify for the Mega Finals.

Naveen B, Orlando B, Otto G and Aman C achieved 14 points, William W – 12 points and Dean S and Tom C – 11 points.

Climbing
Well done to Oliver H for achieving his Technical Climber Certificate.

 

 

Ice Skating
Congratulations to Sarah L who competed in a national skating competition on Monday coming 5th out of 47 for under 13 international ladies skating.  Sarah has achieved her PB an amazing score and has now qualified for the 2017 British Figure Skating Championships in December.

Hockey:

Congratulations to Ethan P on his Hockey Tournament medal.

 

Football:
U11A
Our A team did fantastically well in the ISFA tournament. It was a very cold and wet day, but our squad remained positive throughout. The competition involved teams from most parts of England. We finished as group winners, but lost 2-1 in the Quarter Finals to a very good Altrincham team.

Nottingham v. Fairfield (Lost 2-0)

Nottingham v. King’s St Alban’s (Won 1-0)

Nottingham v. Westbourne (Won 2-0)

Nottingham v. Witham Hall (Won 3-0)

Nottingham v. King Hawford (Won 2-1)

Quarter Final

Nottingham v. Altrincham (Lost 2-1)

U11’s v. Hill House – the U11 B team won 8 – 2, with Mathew B scoring four goals. A solid performance from every player. The U11 C team won 13 – 0 with every player on the team scoring! They conducted themselves very well and played in the right spirit.

Other results:
U10A 0-3 Barlborough A
U10A 0-2 Hymers A
U10B 4-0 Barlborough B
U10B 1-3 Hymers B

Well done to all players who kept up great effort on a very wet Wednesday!

 Science Fair:

On Saturday, five children volunteered to take part in the Science fair at Wollaton Park. Arnav, Naveen, William, Matthew and Louis bought along their Science projects and demonstrated them to the public. The event was an out of school opportunity and it was quite time consuming on top of school normal school activities. I was very proud of the children who took their own initiative to design a project and explain their work in such a clear and confident manner.  The fair was valuable for developing social and interpersonal skills and it enabled the children to explain concepts and share their scientific knowledge to the public. Very well done.
Students of the Week

5S – Cholan S & Chris M – For their diligence, hard work and all-round effort to every task. They also possess excellent listening skills that enable them to understand the task ahead.

4B – Sahibdeep T for spending his own time creating a powerpoint on his cousin’s Sikh wedding and sharing this with the class.  Also answering all our enquiring questions.  Well done!

3M – James S – for always putting 100% effort into all of his school work along with being kind and polite towards others.

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