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Rio Grande Autumn 2018

Join us for Rio Grande’s recording (Year 4) all about: Grimms’ Fairy Tales, their trip to The Unicorn Theatre, Ancient Egypt and the boy King Tutankhamun.  The discuss the Digestive System and Foodchains.

Featured music from this week’s broadcast from:
Goldfrapp
The Bangles
Martin Creed

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Yarra Autumn 2018

If you were an animal, what would you be and why?  Tune in to hear Yarra (year 2) class’ responses alongside what they’ve been up to in numeracy, being inquisitive active learners, growth mindsets and the story of Goldilocks – is it better to ask for forgiveness or permission?

Stretch along to movement exercises they have been learning in PE!

Featured music from this week’s broadcast:

John Adams
Sufjan Stevens
Flaming Lips
David Axelrod
David Bowie

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Mekong Summer 2018

Enjoy Mekong class (Year 1) talk to us about their solar system models, growing plants and exploring nature in Greenwich, their fruit kebab designs, the Big Bang and what noise they think it made, counting and learning about different religions.

Listen out for the mystery sound which could appear at any time in the broadcast and enjoy an extra added bonus of Peckham’s Multi-Storey Orchestra performing for us at Lyndhurst!

Featured music on this week’s broadcast:

Stevie Wonder
Starlight
Nick Drake
Jamie xx
R.E.M
Martin Creed

and special thanks to The Multi-Storey Orchestra.

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Zambezi Summer 2018

Would you move to Mars?

Tune into Zambezi’s (Year 6) thoughts on moving planet and moving schools – leaving Lyndhurst and starting new adventures at their secondary schools.

They also inform us about current affairs, SATs, review the book Boy in the Tower set in Camberwell, Science Week, the Baravelle Spiral and their upcoming musical production Darwin Rocks.

Listen out for the Mystery Sound which could appear at any time during the broadcast! Answers to the post box outside of the Radio Room to win prizes.

Featured music in the broadcast this week:

Boy In The Bubble– Paul Simon
Once in a Lifetime– Talking Heads
Mars (Bringer of War) from The Planets– Hölst
Natalie Prass– Short Court Style
Cristine and the Queens

 

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Amazon Autumn 2017

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Welcome to this week’s broadcast. The children in year 4 talk about the best and worst things about being a child, whether school or work is easier, and learning fractions in maths.

Listen in to find out more about Lyndhurst’s 2017 Winter Fair.

Music featured in the broadcast this week:
Humpty Dumpty by Marc Moulin
The Happiest Christmas Tree by Nat King Cole
The Worst Band In The World by 10cc
The Monkees by The Monkees

 

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Mekong Summer 2017

In this broadcast Mekong class (year 1) talk about measuring, bossy verbs, growing up and changes.

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Music this week:
Let’s Write a Book by Field Music
The Boss by James Brown
Girls and Boys by Blur
Getting Better by The Beatles
Seaside Rendezvous by Queen

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Mekong & Waikato Autumn 2016

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.

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Featured music this week:

Superman theme tune (John Williams)
The 5 Star Riddim (Soundboy Records)

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Orinoco Autumn 2016

Beginning high in the mountains of Venezuela and Brazil, the Orinoco River flows through impenetrable rainforest, flooded forests and vast grasslands before ending its epic journey at the Atlantic Ocean

Beginning high in the mountains of Venezuela and Brazil, the Orinoco River flows through impenetrable rainforest, flooded forests and vast grasslands before ending its epic journey at the Atlantic Ocean

GroveFM’s radio is back with a broadcast from Orinoco class, where the children talk about the news, numeracy and interesting things about them. They also discuss religions and have a debate about whether children should have a voice in which religion they’re brought up into.

A few of the children have made a video to help with addition and substraction. We hope you find it helpful!

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Music featured this week:
Faith – George Michael
Back Pocket – Vulfpeck

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