Listen to a rap about the importance of washing your hands!
Performed by Cyrus, Sheena, Jennika and Marcos in year 6.
This week Orinoco (year 5) give their opinion on the school uniform & high-vis vests, explain what parkour is and talk about what they do during the school holidays. You can listen to their chosen weekly news and counting to 10 in Chinese.
Music featured this week:
Grange Hill (Theme Tune)
Surfin’ USA – The Beach Boys
Coffee & TV – Blur
This week (February 6-12) is Children’s Mental Health Week, so children in Mississippi class (year 6) talk about what resilience is and how to improve it, as well as mental health. The children also interviewed Ms Wheare, who explains what mindfulness is and gives some useful breathing exercises.
You can watch Derek Redmond’s 400 meter race and incredible show of resilience here:
And find out more about Mental Health Week here:
Music this week:
Hearts On Fire – John Cafferty
When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going – Billy Ocean
Keep On Running – The Spencer Davis Group
Everybody Loves The Sunshine – Roy Ayers
Pink Moon – Nick Drake
Listen to this week’s wonderful broadcast by Hudson (year 4). The children give their opinion on everything from the class clown to dating to wearing a school uniform. Also, find out what they found on Lyndhurst’s garden….
Featured music this week:
School by Nirvana
Stop Fooling Around by Lulu
The Godfather theme
School Days by Chuck Berry
Iron Man by Black Sabbath
In this new broadcast by Volga class (year 5) the children express their thoughts on the current news and talk about what coding is and what forces they’ve been learnt about in class. At the end, they talk about the theme of the week – “waiting for what you want”.
“Life is Short, Live it Equally”
Pressure Drop by Toots & The Maytals
Everything In Its Right Place by Radiohead
Carry That Weight by The Beatles
You Can’t Always Get What You Want by The Rolling Stones
Sir Tim Brighouse visited Lyndhurst to officially cut the ribbon and open the new school gate. Two children from Grove FM’s Radio Club interviewed Sir Tim about his experiences and what makes a good school. Listen below to find out more.
And here is a quote by musician Pablo Casals, which Sir Tim referenced in his opening speech:
Sometimes I look around me with a feeling of complete dismay. In the confusion that afflicts the world today, I see disrespect for the very values of life.
Beauty is all around us, but how many seem to see nothing. Each second we live is a new and unique moment of the universe; a moment that will never be again.
And what do we teach our children? We teach them that 2+2 makes 4, and that Paris is the capital of France. When will we also teach them what they are?
You must cherish one another. You must work – we must all work – We should say to each of them: do you know what you are?
You are a marvel. You are unique. In the entire world there is no other child exactly like you. In the millions of years that have passed, there has never been another child like you.
And look at your body – what a wonder it is. Your legs, your arms, your cunning fingers, and the way you move.
You may become a Shakespeare, a Michelangelo, a Beethoven. And when you grow up, can you then harm another who is, like you, a marvel?
Last term Radio Club did their own version of Masterchef, with ads an all. Watch the episode to see who made the best cheesecake according to the judges.
Idea, script, editing and music all by Radio Club children in year 5 & 6.
A joint broadcast this week by Mekong & Waikato (year 1), where the children talk about superheroes, the Nativity play, and their favourite thing about Christmas. They also describe what year 1 is like and do some word problems for our listeners.
Featured music this week:
Superman theme tune (John Williams)
The 5 Star Riddim (Soundboy Records)
This week Zambezi (year 6) talk about Anne Frank’s Diary, reflect on war and immigration, and read their poems about World War II. They also talk about Lyndhurst’s Winter Fair, present the week’s news and share their thoughts on school’s dinners.
Music featured in the broadcast:
Schindler’s List (Film Theme ) by John Williams
Winter Wonderland by Darlene Love
8 Days of Hannukah by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings