Listen to this week’s broadcast by Ganges class (year 3). The class talk about Greek Myths, what learning they think will be most useful when they grow up, and what they think of David Hockney. They also selected the News of the Week.
Music featured this week in the broadcast:
Troy – Troy Soundtrack
You Learn – Alanis Morissette
Come Together – The Beatles
Mythsysizer – J Dilla
I Love L.A. – Randy Newman
The Amazon River is in South America. It runs through Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Peru. There are no bridges that cross the Amazon, mostly because there is no need, the majority of the Amazon River runs through rainforests rather than roads or cities.
This week Amazon class (year 3) tell ust what they’ve learnt about Ancient Greece, their gods and myths. The children also talk about what one thing they would change in the world and about The Lone Robot, a short film they watched in class (you can see this lovely animation here: https://vimeo.com/24030911)
Listeners can try to guess which object the children are describing and have a go at the tounge twister Betty Botter. Last but not least, Mr Turner reveals his choice for our Desert Island feature.
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.