Infant School Achievement Assembly
Friday, May 5th 2017
Achievement Assembly – Junior School Assembly
Friday, May 5th 2017
There should be no element of slavery in learning. Enforced exercise does no harm to the body, but enforced learning will not stay in the mind.
Plato, Classical Greek philosopher
Year 3 Music Project – ‘Performer of the Week’
|Euphonium||Kavin R (25.04.17)|
|Trombonist||Edward M (02.05.17)|
|Oboist||Oliver D (25.04.17) & (02.05.17)|
|Cellist||Max M & Adi J (25.04.17, Jack A & Nico B (02.15.17)|
|Clarinettist||Yasin R (02.05.17)|
|Trumpeter||Hukam S (02.05.17)|
|Violinist||Stuart H (25.04.17)|
|Viola||Isaac P (25.04.17)|
|Flautist||James S (25.04.17), Georgia A (02.05.17)|
The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music – Congratulations to the following pupils who have taken and passed:
Jacob T – Grade 2 Piano with distinction
William H – Grade 1 Singing
On Friday 28th April, Joshua L, Luca V, Phoebe F and Taylor B travelled quite a distance to compete in the regional rounds of the ESSA national swimming competition for English Primary Schools. The children swam really well in their events, coming second in the freestyle relay and third in the medley relay qualifying for a place at the National Finals on Saturday 17th June at Ponds Forge Sheffield. Personal best times were gained and a good time was had by all. Congratulations and well done to all. Very many thanks to Mrs Whittamore for training the pupils and accompanying them on Friday evening.
Huge achievement by Alfie C in gaining 5 1st place medals in Kimberley Swimming Club’s Novice Gala.
Congratulations to Naveen B, Aman C, Saahat S & Ujesh S who represented Ellerslie cricket team in the Bingham indoor cricket tournament and finished runners up narrowly missing out on the top spot. This is a big achievement for the club as this is the first time Ellerslie team have qualified for the finals
Newark Hockey Club have awarded their ‘Most Improved Player U10 Boys 2016-17’ to Ethan P – Well Done!
Our U11 competed in the final of the Chairman’s Cup at the Forest Academy. It was a very close game with both teams having only a few half chances each. Sadly Fernwood scored just after half time and despite a huge effort to score an equaliser we could not create an opening to retain the trophy we won last year. The final result finished 1-0 to Fernwood .
Thanks to Mr Cordy for coming along and supporting the team.