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Yangtze Spring 2019

What would you do if you were in charge for the day? Yangtze class (year 2) tell us all about their plans, their recent trip to the Horniman Museum, animal habitats and Chinese New Year. They also share their original odes inspired by The Fox and the Star, thoughts on Winter Solstice and what books they’ve been reading.

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Waikato and Mekong Spring 2019

Tune in for Mekong and Waikato’s brilliant broadcasts all about: The Fox and the Star and original poetry inspired by the story, the Great Fire of London, trees, numeracy and Science experiments! They share with us their favourite smells and sounds.

Waikato’s broadcast:

Mekong’s broadcast:

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Yangtze Autumn 2018

Year 2 Yangtze class tell us all about their trip to the Science Museum, Remembrance and Winter Festivals of Diwali and Bonfire Night.  They recite poems and share their favourite places in the world – where they feel safe and happy.

Featured music from this broadcast include:

Gabriel Fauré
David Bowie
Will Smith
Pink Floyd

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Hudson Autumn 2018

Enjoy a brilliant recital of Lewis Carroll’s The Jabberwocky from all of Hudson class (Year 4) alongside other topics such as: Ancient Egypt, their trip to the Horniman Museum, the digestive system, teeth and triangles.  They interpret who the Jabberwock might be and what it gets up to day to day.

Featured music and sounds from this broadcast include:

Danny Elfman
Paul McCartney
Jenny Goldsmith
Bush
Lady Gaga
De La Soul

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Ganges Summer 2018

This week we have not one but TWO broadcasts!

Ganges class (Year 3) reveal what they would do if they were invisible for the day, handwriting tips and poetry explored in class.  They perform their own original, breaking poems and talk about Geology, The Stone Age and discovering artefacts.

Featured music in the broadcast this week:

The Roots
Got to Write a Letterby Field Music
Couleur Café by Serge Gainsbourg
Milestones by Miles Davis
Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan
Back in Black by AC/DC
The Wanton Songby Led Zeppelin

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Zambezi Autumn 2016

Along the Zambezi river numerous animals can be found. On the shore crocodiles and hippopotamus are abundant. Large animals such as elephants, lions, zebras, giraffes, and buffalo can be found near the river in many areas.

This week Zambezi (year 6) talk about Anne Frank’s Diary, reflect on war and immigration, and read their poems about World War II. They also talk about Lyndhurst’s Winter Fair, present the week’s news and share their thoughts on school’s dinners.

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Music featured in the broadcast:
Schindler’s List (Film Theme ) by John Williams
Winter Wonderland by Darlene Love
8 Days of Hannukah by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

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