It’s our 2nd annual festive joke show. For the 2019 edition Liesel is joined by Zac, Sam, Arthur and James as they uncover the best (or worst) in Christmas gags.
Next Thursday, Walhampton School goes to the polls in the much anticipated mock election. Mr Clarke is joined by candidates Luke Kingsbury (Best for People’s Party) and Cameron Ward (Ecoelect Party), along with party organiser Erik Alphin (Amethyst Party) and independent commentator Hugh McIlroy. Questions provided by Scott Grocott. Remember to vote on Thursday 12th December!
Can you spot the difference between a real or fake world record? Join Thomas, George and Emily in today’s quiz show to find out.
Songs and speeches from around the world To celebrate European Day of Languages. On this week’s episode we are celebrating the variety of languages you can hear around our school.
Ava, Alasdair and Rhodri talk through ten top games you can play outside either at home or at school. Grab your friends have have fun!
On May 28th DJ Chris Evans broadcasted his radio show live from the Isle of Wight from The Hut at Colwell Bay.
Monty had the oportunity to speak to Chris live on air during the breakfast show.
Chris’ visit follows the BBC Children in Need fundraiser earlier this year — The Hut hosted a dine and disco brunch for winners of a Children in Need auction of promises. This, together with a concert held at Chewton Glen raised over £2m for the charity.
We diagnose a case of the giggles! Probably not ones to try out on your GP, but funny doctor jokes and classic doctor, doctor jokes for your enjoyment.
5WC present a dramatic recording of The Bell and the Hammer’, a scene from ‘The Magician’s Nephew’ by C.S. Lewis.
Matilda and Eleanor in year 3 have made their own show, giving you plenty of ideas on what to do when you need to break-away from technology.
Year 5 have written their own scripts based on the cyclops scene in The Odyssey. This episode is part 3 of 3.