Hudson Autumn 2016

Henry Hudson was the first person 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.

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.

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Music this week:
Food, Glorious Food – Oliver!
A Day in the Life – The Beatles
King Tut – Steve Martin & The Toot Uncommons

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Ganges Spring 2016

The Ganges runs through India & Bangladesh. The Ganges River is sacred to Hindus. The river is worshipped by Hindus as the goddess Ganga, and all along its course Hindus bathe in its waters.

The Ganges runs through India & Bangladesh. The Ganges River is sacred to Hindus. The river is worshipped by Hindus as the goddess Ganga, and all along its course Hindus bathe in its waters.

Listen to this week’s class broadcast by Ganges (year 3) to find out more about Burns Night and Ancient Greece. The children also tell us how pasta is made and discuss what they would be good at if they could be very good at one thing.

Finally, listen to Miss Harwood’s choice for this week’s Desert Island Disc.

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Featured music this week:
Tonight You Are A Tiger by Sweet Baboo
Scotland The Brave by The Drums & Pipes
Zorba The Greek by John Murphy & David Hughes
La Donna E Mobile by Luciano Pavarotti

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Thames Autumn 2015

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Autumn view of the river Thames

This is Thames’ (Reception class) broadcast. This week you can hear us counting to 20, singing the Alphabet song and sing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.

You can also hear some playground interviews about children’s favourite food.

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The music this week is:
Autum Leaves by Nat King Cole
Grange Hill by Alan Hawkshaw
Picking up Sticks by Paul Weller

 

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