Tune in for our final broadcast of 2018! Nile and Thames class tell us all about their festive plans, Stick Man – a story they’ve been reading in class, wolves and hibernation. Wishing you a fantastic festive season from GroveFM!
Featured music from this week’s broadcast from:
Sufjan Stevens, Warren Zevon, Vince Guaraldi Trio
Welcome to Waikato’s Autumn broadcast! Tune in to hear Year 1 talk about superheroes and superpowers, the book Send for a Superhero, telling Time, their Nativity play rehearsals and why they love the library.
Featured music from this broadcast from:
Superman Theme tune
Welcome to Mekong’s broadcast! This week the children in year 1 sing a song, describe their favourite superhero and count in 10s. They also tell us about the advent calendar they made in class and what they like most about Christmas.
Music featured in the broadcast: Super Trouper by Abba 1,2,3,4 by Feist Good Morning by Gene Kelly & Debbie Reynolds Christmas Time is Here by Venice Guaraldi Trio
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.
The Yarra River is not big. It is not very long, very wide, nor very deep. It is not even very clear. But it is probably one of the cleanest city rivers in the world – and home to the platypus.
In this week’s broadcast Yarra class (year 2) talk about The Naughty Bus and what they want to be when they grow up. You can then hear them sign at the Nativity Assembly and talk about the story behind it.
Did you know different countries celebrate Christmas on December 24? Do you want to know what Christmas is like in Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia or Spain? Listen in to the children talking about their Christmas in Spanish and then in English.
The Volga is the longest river in Europe. It flows through central Russia and into the Caspian Sea, and is considered as the national river of Russia.
Listen to Volga class (year 5) talk about astronaut Tim Peake’s launch into space and hear real audio of the launch. The students also talk about life in space, they make a poem from a newspaper page (Beat Box Cat), talk about their typical Christmas and play Repeat at Home: Artists where they try to draw a famous work of art based on someone’s description of it. (See the paintings here and here). Finally, listen to Mr Farrow’s song choice if he was stuck on a Desert Island.
Waikato is the longest river in New Zealand, running for 425 kilometres through the North Island
This week we have a broadcast by Waikato class (year 1) full of Christmas songs and Christmas jumpers. Children also talk about the Snow Queen, play Repeat at Home and learn a new version of “If you’re happy and you know it”. Finally, listen to Miss Keenan’s choice for this week’s Desert Island Discs.