Henry Hudson was the first Englishman to explore the Hudson in 1609. Between six and 12 thousand native Americans inhabited this region prior to Hudson’s arrival. These tribes lived here for thousands of years before the Europeans’ arrival.
Welcome to Hudson’s (year 4) Autumn broadcast! This week’s broadcast is all about the digestive system – expect lots of food talk, learn more about breakfasts around the world and what the Egyptians used to eat.
The children also present the news of the week.
Music this week:
Food, Glorious Food – Oliver!
A Day in the Life – The Beatles
King Tut – Steve Martin & The Toot Uncommons
Along the banks of the Rio Grande wildflower bloom each spring. The river has, since 1845, marked the boundary between Mexico and the United States. As such, it was across this river that Texan slaves fled when seeking their freedom, when Mexico abolished slavery in 1828.
In this week’s broadcast Rio Grande talk about Autism Awareness Week, what it is and what children can do to help autistic children at school. The children also tell us some interesting facts about Ancient Egypt that they’ve been learning about and finally we celebrate St Patrick’s Day with limmericks and poems (you can read them here).
Last but not least, listen to the end to find out Miss Savvides song choice if she was stuck on a desert island.
Featured music this week:
John, I’m Only Dancing by David Bowie
King Tut by Steve Martin & The Toot Uncommons
These Days by The Velvet Underground & Nico
I’m Shipping up to Boston by Dropkick Murphys