Nottingham High Infant & Junior School Achievement Assemblies

Infant School

September 22nd 2017


Star Certificates:

RB: Samyuktha V for working hard to learn and use her letter sounds in both her writing and reading. 
RL:   Iyla K for trying hard to blend her new sounds when reading words she does not know.
RT: Gurpreet L – Super effort with phonics 
1A: William P for excellent descriptive writing about Jack and the Beanstalk.
1R: Tanvi K for settling in so well to her new school and being kind to everyone 
2B: Yusuf S for making lots of new friends in school and working hard in lessons.
2W: Koji W- for excellent question writing and using question marks correctly. 


School Squirrel:

RB: Sammy A – for always being so polite and using his good manners to all adults in school 
RL: Benjamin B for trying hard to help his friends during circle times.
RT: Matilda C – Being polite to her classmates & sharing super ‘senses’ idea 
1A: Grace N – for speaking out in Mrs Bruce’s assembly and trying hard in our class storytelling session.
1R: Taha H – for his excellent writing 
2B: Isabella D for always being a happy and cheerful girl in the class, a real pleasure to teach!
2W: Archie M – for settling in to life in Year 2 so well and being so sensible with his bag.

 Well done to Orsen S for achieving his Level 3 in Swimming.


Achievement Assembly – Junior School Assembly   

September 22nd 2017


It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.

Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare, poet and playwright.




The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music:
Evan A Y           Grade 2 Violin with merit
William H         Grade 3 Piano with distinction


Sailing & Triathlon
Congratulations to Phoebe F who has completed Stages 1-4 of the RYA Youth Sailing Scheme and for her recent triathlon achievements.


On Thursday 14th September, William H and Shuban Y in Year 6 went to Fairfields Prep School to take part in the regional semi final of the Junior Language Challenge, having got through the first round (French) and having spent the summer learning a new language independently – Japanese!

It was a fun and exciting day with both boys reaching the regional final on the day.  The final result was that William H came first in the regional final and Shuban Y came 6th.  William will be going to the national final in London on Friday 13th October and has three weeks to learn the new and final language which is Zulu!


Student of the Week

Alfie A 6H – for always being helpful and thoughtful and tidying up after his class

4W-James S for being so conscientious in all that he does

Milo W in 6H – For being kind and caring to a member of Year 3 one lunchtime this week.

5A and 5S for engaging fully with the Cranedale experience and overcoming personal challenges along the way


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