Zambezi Autumn 2019

Year 6 talk about WW1 and WW2, The Blitz, tips for surviving assessment and their sporting activities at Lyndhurst: iceskating trips, athletic competitions and hockey. They share the books they’ve been reading and converse in French.

Music from this week includes:
The White Cliffs of Dover by Chelsea Pensioners
The Great Escape: Theme tune by Dominik Hauser
Totality by Arash Amirzadeh
The Yabba by Battles
Skating by Vince Guaraldi Trio
International Athletics by Keith Mansfield
Skating in Central Park by Bill Evans & Jim Hall
Actually by Rozi Plain
Imagine Me in the Maginot Line by George Formby

Volga Autumn 2019

Year 5 tell us all about their trips to the Ritzy, the BFI and Lettsom Gardens. They talk about visible differences, anti-bullying and all things spooky in the form of their class reading: Christmas Dinner of Souls and High Rise Mystery and the film Coco which is about the Day of the Dead. Frida Kahlo, Islamic art and Maths games also feature.

Music from this week includes:
Puttin’ on the Ritz by Fred Astaire
A Man’s Castle by Michel LeGrand
Hollywood by Violent Underground
La Mer by Charles Trenet
A Christmas Carol Main Title by Alan Silvestri
Remember Me (Lullaby) by Gael Garcia Bernal & Gabriella Flores & Libertad Garcia Fonzi

Ganges Autumn 2019

Tune in for Ganges Autumn Class Broadcast all about: mental maths games, their trips to Kent Life and the Museum of London, what superpowers they would like and how they would feel if they could use them at school like Matilda. They also share original poetry and talk about kindness.

Music from this week includes:
Numbers by Kraftwerk
One Day by Life Vest Inside: Kindness Boomerang
Lean on Me by Bill Withers
We Will Rock You by Queen
When Doves Cry by Prince
Send Me On My Way by Rusted Root

Yarra Autumn 2019

Did you know animals were sent into space before humans? Yarra class tell us all about space exploration, The Dark by Lemony Snicket and share their fears and how to conquer them. In class they have been map making and exploring fractions through pizza making – tune in!

Music from this week includes:
Space Oddity by David Bowie
Freaking Out The Neighbourhood by Mac DeMarco
That’s Amore by Dean Martin
Dark Night by The Blasters

Rio Grande Autumn 2019

How would you define freedom? Rio Grande share their ideas on freedom alongside their thoughts on mindfulness, calming activities, their new reading book Tar Beach and Diwali. The Ancient Egyptians and The Jabberwocky also feature in this week’s broadcast.

Music from this week includes:
If You’re Here by Cornelius
On the Beach by Neil Young
Night on Bald Mountain by Leonard Bernstein
Teardrop by Massive Attack
Forest Interlude by Renjā

Waikato and Mekong Autumn 2019

Marvellous Mekong and wonderful Waikato talk about: Naughty Bus and their imagined Good Bus, Hoot Owl and the power of dressing up and the seasons.

Music from this week includes:
Ebenezer Goode by The Shamen
Ghost Town by The Specials
Magic Bus by The Who
Bookends Theme by Simon & Garfunkel
Fireflies by Owl City

Amazon Autumn 2019

Tune into Amazon’s broadcast!

Year 3s tell us all about the Stone Age and their trip to Kent Life, Rosh Hashanah and new beginnings at Lyndhurst. They share tips for making friends and chat about their favourite Roald Dahl books.

Music from this week includes:
Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ by Michael Jackson
All My Friends by LCD Soundsystem
Says by Nils Fram
Autumn in New York by Oscar Peterson
Crown Imperial by William Walton
Fool’s Gold by The Stone Roses

Orinoco Autumn 2019

Tune in to Orinoco’s Autumn Broadcast!  Year 5 talk about: Islamic Civilisation in terms of religion and art, long multiplication in maths and The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes in which they identify metaphors and similes.  They tell us all about their swimming lessons, the athlete Dina Asher-Smith’s amazing Gold medal achievement, climate change and their class Feelings Chart and Star of the Week.

This week is Dyslexia Awareness week and students give us an insight to what goes on at Lyndhurst Dyslexia Centre.  For more information, explore our website: 

Music from this week includes:

Inspector Norse by The Gene Dudley Group

Ennio Morricone

Grandstand by Keith Mansfield

A Change Would Do You Good by Sheryl Crow

Feeling Good by Nina Simone

Starlight by The Supermen Lovers

This Must be the Place (Naive Melody) by Talking Heads

Mississippi Autumn 2019

Mississippi’s (Year 6) broadcast is packed full of positive thinking, climate change, an insight into Mongolia through The Eagle Huntress and their book in class: The Unforgotten Coat.  They share well being advice, talk about gender inequality in sports and tell us facts about the formidable Genghis Khan.

Music from this week includes:

Walking on Sunshine by Katrina & the Waves

Genghis Khan by Miike Snow

Coat of Armour by George Ezra

Jim Cain by Bill Callahan

I will Survive by Gloria Gaynor

Short Ride in a Fast Machine by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Chapter by Penguin Cafe