Happy Friday! Today Miss Knight is joined by pupils in Year 3. They have written their own limericks to share with you. We hope you enjoy listening to them.
Miss Knight and Year 3 read Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
TV Presenter, History Buff, and Walhampton Dad, Dan Snow is interviewed by his daughter, Zia.
Thank you, Dan, for recording this interview to support Mr. Miell’s 24 Hour Radiothon.
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!
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.
Bella in Year 3 reads the short children’s story ‘Funny Bird’
If you like this story, you can buy the book here
Year 3 children have been writing their own original short stories based on the Roald Dahl book ‘The Twits’. In this episode you’ll hear four stories written by Oliver, Chay, Emily and Sophie.
Pioneers Club have taken over the show. Ataea, Hallum, Ollie, Coco and William share their favourite knock-knock jokes.
Welcome to the first episode of Top 10… A countdown of absolutely anything! This week Eliza, Lily-Rose and Sophie from Year 3 play 10 of their favourite songs.
Copyrighted music is limited to 30 seconds of playback for rights reaosns.
How much can you learn about Electricity in a single minute? Find out with Oliver and Caitlin