As you might imagine, we have had another busy and successful week in the Junior School.
Having heard Ben’s performance in the Ingram Cup, I was delighted that he had passed his Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music examination. Rohan was also awarded with his certificate.
Ben: Alto Saxophone Grade 5
Rohan: Euphonium Grade 4
A special mention to all the boys who participated in the Ingram Cup.
Once again, I was delighted that boys have received certificates for proficiency in their mental mathematical tables.
Joseph 3, 4, 11 multiplication and division facts
Ben 6,7, 8 division facts
12 multiplications facts
Bronze Awards (at least 3 books during the term)
Silver Awards (at least 7 books during the term)
Zachary and Thomas
Gold Awards (at least 10 books during the term)
Ryan, Harry , Imran, Jai, Ismail, Alex, Oliver, Hassan
Outstanding achievement in French was recognised for:
Patrick, Viraj, Thomas, Oliver H, Alex and Oliver E.
At the weekend Finn won the trophy for being ‘Junior Gymnast of the Year’ at Erewash Valley Gymnastic Club. What a superb achievement, congratulations, Finn.
Isaac was presented with a plethora of medals for his swimming achievements in a recent gala:
Novice Breaststroke 1st
Novice Butterfly 1st
Novice Backstroke 3rd
Picture to follow next week.
Congratulations also to Ted whose results of the recent County Championships and Age Group competitions rank him as one of the best young swimmers in the County, has been offered a place of the County Development Squad.
At a time when many young people do not need to walk very far, I was delighted to mention Yousef who completed around 160km walk over Easter from Augsburg to Freessen, Southern Germany. Quite an achievement!
Picture to follow next week.
Neel entered the Minor section in Nottingham Chess Congress last weekend. He scored 2.5 out of 5, beating some very talented players. The previous weekend he attended a tournament in Liverpool, scoring 3.5 out of 6. Well done, Neel.
The Junior School sports day results should be published shortly. Congratulations, though go to boys who set a new Sports Day record:
Year 6 800m: Max– 2.57.5
Year 5 800m: Sam– 3.00.5
Year 5 50m: Rui – 7.1s
Year 3 75m: Isaac– 12.9s
Year 4 75m: Harry– 12.00s
Year 5 100m: Sam– 15.5s
Year 3 100m: Isaac– 17.0s
Year 6 200m: Max– 31.8s
Year 5 400m: Oliver – 81.6s
Year 4 Seated Throw: Harry– 7.00m
Year 5 High Jump: Kaine – 1.05m
Year 6 Javelin: Eduardo – 21.00m
Year 6 Triple Jump: Barnaby – 7.50m
Year5 Javelin : Sam – 22.50m
Year 6 Long Jump: George – 3.70m
Year 4 Speed Bounce : Alistair – 45
Year 3 Seated Throw : Isaac– 6.10m
Year 4 Cricket Ball : Adi – 29.20m
Year 5 Shot : Sam– 5.90m
Year 6 Seated Throw : George– 8.90m
Year 6 Speed Bounce: Sebby – 73
Year 6 Shot: Harry – 6.78m
Year 5 Seated Throw: James– 6.60m
Mrs Cummings asked that the following boys be recognise for the care they took of the Infants when participating in the photo-shoot on Wednesday:-
Student of the Week.
How proud we were to receive an email following the Year 5 visit to the National Space Centre commending our boy for their excellent behaviour. Shivarj was mentioned individually in the email as particularly polite and well mannered. Justifiably he is our Student of the Week. Well done, Shivarj for being an excellent ambassador for Nottingham High School!