This World Book Day, listen to Grove FM’s Book Quiz and see how many questions you get right! The first part focuses on books for older children (KS2) and the second part (starting at 3:30mins) is for younger children (KS1).
Plus a bonus song at the end by year one children in Waikato!
Year 6 class present a special broadcast this week for World Book Week. Tune in to listen to a debate on The Fox and Star book, Lyndhurst’s staff favourite books as well as a book quiz for KS1 and KS2. How many answers can you get right?
Music this week: Cosmic Girl – Jamiroquai You’re My Best Friend – Queen 99 Luftballons – Nena
Many dams have been built along the Rio Grande to control the water flow. This diversion has changed the flow so much that today only approximately 20% of the water reaches the Gulf of Mexico.
Rio Grande (year 4) recorded a special broadcast about books for World Book Day. The school had a visit by Bookman on Monday and celebrated Pancake Day on Tuesday. The children also select the news stories this week and talked about cyber safety.
The Thames has featured in many books including ‘Three Men in a Boat’, ‘Alice in Wonderland’, ‘The Wind in the Willows’, and Dickens’ novels, where the Thames is an unpleasant stinking sludge, the scene of many crimes.
Listen to this week’s broadcast by Thames class (reception) where they tell us what they like about Thames class and what they’ve learnt so far.
For World Book Week the children tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, talk about their favourite book and describe the story of Journey, a book which was read by the whole school. Finally, listen to Mrs Jarman’s favourite song!