Archive for the ‘Podcasting’ Category

Year 4 Water Cycle Podcasts

June 20, 2008

Well done to Year 4 who have recorded these excellent podcasts!  I have published them as three class podcasts so you can find the one you want easily.

The Water Cycle by 4B               The Water Cycle by 4D

Enjoy listening and let us know what you think.  The children came up wih the ideas and wrote the scripts themselves.  (We are still learning and improving in making podcasts and recording using the computer and appreciate that the sound quality is variable.)


P..p..p..pick up a podcast!

May 13, 2008

We have had some problems with our podcasts so sorry to anyone who has not been able to listen to them.  The following feeds should now be working…   To find out how to subscribe to a podcast, go to our page “Subscribing to a podcast“.

Year 5 Rainforests Podcast

Aesop’s fables

6W’s 60 second science superstars

Very soon, we will be bringing you a new podcast by Year 4 children all about the water cycle – watch this space!

Two new podcasts!

March 5, 2008

Congratulations to children in Years 5 and 6 who have recorded two new informative podcasts. 

Year 5’s podcast contains three episodes about the rainforest.  You can subscribe to the podcast by copying the following hyperlink and pasting it into your favourite podcast player (e.g. iTunes).

Year 6’s podcast was produced in our performance and presentation week, is entitled:  60 second science superstars and consists of brief biographies of famous scientists.

For more tips on how to subscribe to podcasts or for more information on how this podcast was created go to

Let us know what you think of these podcasts…

Rivers of the world podcast by 6W

January 8, 2008

Have you heard the 6W podcast yet?  If not, copy the following link into iTunes on your computer.  (In iTunes, click on the podcasts category on the left of the screen, go to advanced – subscribe to podcast and paste the link into the box that appears.)

  We would love to have your comments.  In particular, what do you think of our musical composition: The River?