As the end of October approaches children have to think about which school to choose.
Solar panels are great! They’re efficient, they’re blue, and they’re taking over a field in Croft!
The World Alternative Games has over 30 events, over three weeks, and all a tiny bit different. The Alternative Games has sports like; bog snorkelling, the man versus horse race, retro running (running backwards), the bog triathlon and worm charming! The events take place in Llanwrtyd Wells in mid Wales. The backward running is one […]
A three week old kitten was dumped in a bin and narrowly escaped being crushed in a recycling lorry in Devon, Cornwall. The kittens name is now Lucky. The recycling crusher was stopped by two men who heard the kittens cry. After hearing the kittens cry they saw the feline fall from the crushers’ blades. […]
http://youngjournalistacademy.co.uk/juniornews/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/chicks-final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadClass 2 children from Willoughton and Tealby School visited Rand Farm for their school trip on Monday. Many of the children have been to the farm before, but this time it was particularly exciting because they got the chance to sleep over! When they arrived at the farm the […]
http://youngjournalistacademy.co.uk/juniornews/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Lady-Di-audio.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadDay 3 of their London week, took them to Wembley stadium: Wembley Podcast: Wembley audio Staying Cool Podcast: Lady Di audio Lion King Podcast: Lion King audio
How fast do you think you can kick a football? As fast as Roberto Carlos, maybe Wayne Rooney, well get SpeedMark into your school and you could find out. SpeedMark has been going since 2003 and they work all over the country mainly with children from primary schools. The event involves a fun inflatable football goal, […]
Children at Willoughton Primary School celebrated the Jubilee in style by having a traditional tea party. Take a look at the film below to see exactly what they got up to. http://youtu.be/ryw8Ys4giMU
Many people will have noticed that the rush hour trip home from work tonight was quieter than usual due to England’s first European Championship game against France, kicking off at 17.00. James White (40), who works at News International in Peterborough said, “There were a lot of people who came in early this morning so […]
A new campaign has been created to warn people against trespassing on railways. This is because lots of deaths have been caused by people taking shortcuts and walking along railway tracks. Network Rail estimate that there are more than 28 million trespassing incidents every year on the railway and 11 million are committed by under […]