The Year 3 and Year 4 classes from Hob Moor Road brought the second live show of the day, and completed the radio experience at the end of the spring term. It was a grand finalé just before we finished for the Easter holidays! Enjoy this amazing show from classes 3R, 3W, 4M and 4D as they bring you reports, scripts, adverts, music, and quizzes from their favourite stories. Enjoy listening by clicking below: –
Year 3 and Year 4 brought a stylish end to the term with their live shows on the final day before breaking up for Easter. Listen to this fantastic show from classes 3A, 3M, 4P, and 4B, LIVE from the radio studio at Starbank Road. All the best features from some of your favourite story books, a trip to Ancient Egypt, and some brilliant new music, there’s plenty to keep you entertained! Listen below: –
Year 3 and 4 at Bierton Road combined their energies to create this fantastic show all about Greeks, Egyptians, and Saxons. There’s plenty to keep you informed and entertained from classes 3HP, 3P, 4FM, and 4F! Tune in below and enjoy!
This week year 1, as part of our science topic ‘Seasons’, visited our local eco-park.
Guy took us on a tour of the Eco-park and we were looking out for early signs of spring.
The first sign we came across was the Catkins growing on the Hazel trees.
Further along our tour we spotted Snowdrops and Bluebells beginning to sprout.
Towards the end of our tour in the flower beds we saw our fourth and final sign of spring Primrose flowers.
Then we had the chance to sketch and label all the things we saw on our tour to take back for our classroom display.
On Friday 26th January 2018, year 1 visited the Black Country Museum to look at how things were in the past and how things have changed over time.
The children began the day by participating in a Victorian wash day. Whereby, they had to grate the soap and add it to the water in the dolly tub. After that the children had to use the dolly to twist and mix the clothes until they were clean.
Then they had to use all their strength to turn the mangle to rinse the excess water from the clothes. Finally they then hung their clothes on a washing line using a peg.
It was an enjoyable experience but the children realised how hard the Victorian children had to work.
The half of the day the children visited old shops, a school and houses to see how they lived and to think about the difference between then and now. The children were quite surprised of the huge difference there was.
The children were so well behaved and really did Starbank Primary proud. Children and teachers alike both enjoyed the trip! It was a very worth while experience.
Year 1 & Year 2 joined forces to deliver the first Starbank – Phase based show from Bierton Road. This show has everything from Animals, the History of Cadbury’s Chocolate, Christmas Acrostic Poems, to a Geography Quiz. Enjoy listening by clicking below, and happy holidays from Rocket Radio!