Mississippi Summer 2017

The river flows into the Gulf of Mexico via a delta shaped like a bird’s foot.

On this week’s broadcast the year 6 children give advice to their younger selves, and give tips for taking SATs. They also talk about where they see themselves in 5 years and 10 years time. We asked the children, would they cheat in an exam if they could get in to a better school? And we had a visit from the Multi-Story Orchestra.
Mississippi broadcast

Music featured in the broadcast:
The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme) – John Williams
Don’t Dream It’s Over – Crowded House
We Are The Champions – Queen
Cheating – The Animals
Never Stop – Chilli Gonzales
Symphony No. 82 (The Bear) – Joseph Haydn

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Zambezi Summer 2016

Along the river numerous animals can be found. Along 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.

Along the Zambezi river numerous animals can be found. Along 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.

Zambezi’s (year 6) broadcast this week is themed around light and the eye. The students also talk about King Kong, the new London Mayor and the EU Referendum.

Listen in to hear their advice on taking SATS Tests and hear the News of the Week. Finally, can you guess what the Mystery Sound is this week? Last but not least Ms Fisher talks about  her favourite artist.

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If you want to know more about the mystery sound, follow this link:

Mystery Sound

Featured music this week:
School’s Out by Alice Cooper
No Regrets by Robbie Williams
Mystery by Boxed In

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