Languages at Lyndhurst

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As part of Lyndhurst’s International Evening children who speak another language were invited to record the following phrase: “My name is …….. and I am ….. years old. Bye!”
Here you can listen to all the languages represented at Lyndhurst – from French to Swahili to Igbo!

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Jackie & The Chilestalk – Part 2

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This is the second – and final – instalment of Jackie and the Chilestalk (a new version of the original story), performed by year 5 & 6 children who speak Spanish as their first language.

Listen in to find out what happens when Jackie reaches the clouds on the giant chilestalk.

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Jackie and The Chilestalk

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This is Part 1 of a radio play recorded by children at the school who speak English as a second language.

Featuring:
Narrator: Freddy
Jackie: Laura
Mama: Chavely
Viejo (Old Man): Tonxtu

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Watch this space for Part 2 coming after half term!

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Zambezi Autumn 2015

Victoria-Falls

This is a photo of Victoria Falls, a waterfall located on the Zambezi River between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe.

This week with Zambezi class you can learn Spanish and know more about Irish dancing. Listen to the children reading Flanders Field (a Second World War poem by John Mc Crae) and join in on a game of 21 Questions.

Learn the answer to two childrens’ questions this week: Can you keep tigers in the UK? and How do you make a simple battery? (click here to see more details on making a lemon battery)

Finally, listen to our new Desert Island Discs inspired section and Ms Fisher’s choice for the week.

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Music featured this week:
Entre Dos Aguas by Paco de Lucia
The Irish Rover by The Dubliners
Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ by Michael Jackson
Waterloo Sunset by The Kinks

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