Mrs Fordham wrote a song for Blackbirds to perform in their Celebration Worship last term. Woodpeckers also performed it for their presentation about the Magna Carta at Salisbury Cathedral. Here they are, singing together, for a one off performance especially for Red Cloak Radio.
On Friday 26th June, John Glen, our local Member of Parliament, visited us and older members of our Radio Crew interviewed him, broadcasting live to the school. The whole crew prepared the questions, collating them from around the school.
Radio Crew Group 2's debut broadcast withKunle, Haley, Bram, Joshie and Blake. This broadcast was produced by Finn.
Welcome Charlie, Shanice, Anthony, Lacey, Marcia and Archie to Red Cloak Radio for their debut broadcast.
We say goodbye to Chloe, Luke, Amelia, Sebastian, Leo and Minar with the reading of this month's newsletter,
This is the last we'll hear from Hollie, Jwana, Hayden, Riley, Ahmed and Henley for a while.
This was an extra special broadcast as the radio crew had the chance to practise their interviewing technique. Listen out for a fascinating interview with our Zambian visitors.
The show was beset with illness and appointments so our crew of 6 was down to 2 by the time of broadcast. Well done to Leo for editing his script so quickly. A special thank you goes to Imogen for standing in at the very last minute and reading Amelia's script! We hope the full crew will be back on for their next broadcast. Get well soon Luke!
Here is Radio Crew 2's debut show
Here is Group 1's debut broadcast.
Radio Crew 1's final broadcast before they start to train new radio crews.
Radio Crew 2's final broadcast. They will be training up new radio crews next term.
Radio Crew 1's final broadcast! They will begin to train up another crew next term.
Radio Crew 2 with their first set of reports from our Passport Around the World afternoons.
The children are talking about what they have been doing this term.
As well as creating radio shows, the station is used for cross curricular activities.
Click on the link below to hear the World War One poem 'In Flanders Fields' by John McCrae. The poem, read by Ellie from Owls, was used in a multi-media presentation during a whole-school performance marking the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI.
Click on the link below to hear the recording of our second newsletter of the year, recorded by Radio Crew 2.