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Hudson Summer 2018

Welcome to Hudson’s Summer Broadcast!

Tune in to hear about our World Cup updates and predictions, crime and punishment in Tudor times, electricity, sound and why we love science, the Vikings,  Rules of Summer and our trip walking around London inspired by A Walk in London.

Listen out for the mystery sound and submit answers to win prizes!

Featured music on this week’s broadcast:
Colours – Jason Derulo
Don Henley – Boys of Summer
Walk on the Wild Side – Lou Reed
Fighter – Christina Aguilera
Electric Feel – MGMT

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Yangtze Summer 2018

Yangtze class (Year 2) talk about when last they felt proud of themselves, PE activities, the Tower of London, butterflies, Space and the solar system and what they like about Camberwell Library.

Listen out for the mystery sound which could appear at any time of the broadcast and submit your answers!

Featured music in this week’s broadcast:

Star Tekkin – The Firm
Tower of Power
Running – Baby Huey
Crazy Town
Björk – It’s oh so quiet

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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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Waikato Summer 2018

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 and the 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

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Rio Grande Summer 2018

Who is your hero and why?   Rio Grande (Year 4) tell us about theirs, how their class assembly went and the origin of the Tudor Rose.   They explain a multiplication trick, The Lion and the Unicorn  and their upcoming trip to central London.  They improvise sound pieces to demonstrate what they’ve learnt about sound in Science.

Listen out for the mystery sound to win prizes!

Featured music in the broadcast this week:

Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in G Minor
Curtis Mayfield
1234 by Feist
London Calling by The Clash

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Orinoco Summer 2018

Should students have to do homework?  Should there be CCTV cameras in schools?  Year 5 Orinoco class share their top tips on how to make a strong argument as well as explaining what reversible and irreversible materials are, earthquake facts and how to tackle fractions.  They have been inspired by the art and culture of Ancient Benin and the book The Story of the Blue Planet.

Also introducing Grove FM’s new Guess the Sound from the BBC Sound archive – tune in next week for the answer!

Featured music in the broadcast this week:

Two Tribes by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Only Memories Remain by My Morning Jacket
Randy Newman
Work Song by Nat Adderley

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Yarra Summer 2018

Our Summer term starts off with Yarra class (year 2)!  They talk about what they’ve been up to over the Easter holidays, tadpoles, pond dipping adventures and their favourite hobbies. They also review the book Rosie Revere, Engineer  and talk about the Dodo – an animal we’d all like to meet.

Featured music in the broadcast this week:

The Roots
The Shape of Water by Alexandre Desplat
Heart of the Country by Paul McCartney
DJ Shadow
Sail On by The Commodores
Build Me Up Buttercup by The Foundations

 

 

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Hudson Spring 2016

The Hudson River flows through New York. There are many industries located along the Hudson, and they dump their waste into the waters of the Hudson thus polluting it. The government has taken action and passed laws to stop this pollution.

The Hudson River flows through New York. There are many industries located along the Hudson, and they dump their waste into the waters of the Hudson thus polluting it. The government has taken action and passed laws to stop this pollution.

This week’s class broadcast by Hudson (year 4) is all about stories, poems and fables. First, listen to the children read the poem Girl and a Tree by Carol Ann Duffy (you can also read it here) and then write their own stories.

Later on the children play a game of 21 Questions (can you try to guess the animal before they do?), talk about Miyazaki’s film Spirited Away and read two of Aesop’s Fables. And finally, listen to Mr. Sheffield’s choice Desert Island Disc.

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Featured music this week:
Girl Under A Tree by Sweet Baboo
Above The Clouds by Paul Weller
Spirited Away – One Summer’s Day by Joe Hisaishi
Chopin’s Nocturne No.2 by Elisabeth Leonskaja

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