Welcome to this week broadcast by the year 3 class! The class read out performative poems, talk about plants, Native American healers, deadly animals. They also asked a few questions about farm animals and Native Americans. Don’t miss Mr Sheffield’s replies to their questions.
Music this week includes: Flower by Moby Jock-A-Mo by Sugar Boy Crawford Toccata And Fugue in D minor Talk to The Animals by Sammy Davis Jr Jollity Farm by Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band
This week Amazon class (year 3), talk about being an outcast and bullying, two themes in the book Weslandia. They also tell us about growing sunflowers and runner beans and what they’ve learnt about Native Americans.
Music this week: Send One Your Love by Stevie Wonder Iko Iko by The Dixie Cups Keep On Running by The Spencer Davis Group Get Up, Stand Up by Bob Marley & The Wailers
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:
Join us for Waikato’s broadcast (Year 1) on Jack and the Beanstalk, their Great Fire of London experiment and plant and tree identification at Ruskin Park. They explain the moral of the Anshanti Tale The Royal Drum andthe difference between vegetables and fruit.
Plus listen out for the mystery sound! Submit your answer to the Radio Room letter box to win prizes at the end of the term.
Featured music in the week’s broadcast:
Burning Down the House by Talking Heads Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell Can’t Nobody get Down by Hot 8 Brass Band Knock on Wood by Eddie Floyd Summer Breeze by The Isley Brothers
The Ganges was ranked as the fifth most polluted river of the world in 2007. Pollution threatens not only humans, but also more than 140 fish species and 90 amphibian species.
This week Ganges (year 3) talk about their visit to the Unicorn Theatre to see Iron Man and what Easter & religion means to them. They also describe their hobbies & interests and finally talk about plants.