Two new stop motion animations from Radio Club!
Spilt Murder is a mystery to be solved .. and Monsters’ Footsteps created out of plasticine.
Radio Club explain what Grove FM is all about and demonstrate their amazing new green screen skills.
Two weird and wonderful videos by the children in Radio Club last term… enjoy!
Is it a school or is it a zoo? Find out in this comical video by Lyndhurst’s Radio Club.
Last term year 5 & 6 students who took part in Radio Club decided to make animations, using plasticine (a technique called claymation) or themselves (pixilation). Watch below.
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 silent comedy film by this term’s Radio Club children.
Story, script, music, camerawork, and direction all done by year 5 and 6 children.
Radio Club’s Newscast – Want to know why children hate going to the shops? Or find out how to solve a Rubik’s Cube?
This very short half term the participants of radio club made a stop-motion animation using the pixilation technique.
Three short films and a song created in one half term!
Based on the poem Homework by Jack Prelutsky