‘The Giraffe, The Pelly & Me’ Year 2 broadcast

“Who needs ladders at all,
When you’re thirty feet tall?”

Ever imagined how a giraffe, a pelican and a monkey – with a little help from a young boy – would fare as a window-cleaning company?!

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New broadcast this afternoon!

Ever wondered what Henry VIII would have been like on a TV dating show?! Or how Harry Potter would have done on a show like the Great British Bake-Off?! Listen here to an exciting radio show featuring music and mock game shows created by children in our year 3, 4 and 5 classes!

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Year 5s remember the summer holiday

What did you do over your summer holidays? Here are some recordings by Year 5 pupils telling us about what they got up to:

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Year 6 Leavers broadcast

It was very sad to see the fantastic Year 6 children leave our school for the last time on Friday. We managed to record some of the children’s goodbye messages and create a couple of songs to celebrate their time at Monty:

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Year 5 Radio Shows

Here are some short recordings made with Mr Napier in our radio studio. We hope you enjoy them!

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Monty’s Voice radio interview with Dan Freedman!

Some of our pupils had the fantastic opportunity to interview author Dan Freedman on the launch day of our new library. We asked him about his inspiration and what advice he’d give to aspiring authors. He was very engaging and the children had a blast.

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