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Radio Broadcast - Autumn Term 2016


Our intrepid Radio Club members have produced the latest instalment in our series of broadcasts. They have covered the significant and exciting events that took place at our school in the Autumn Term - thanks to James, Amy, Pranav, Max, Caitey and Snigdha. Click on the link below to listen to the latest broadcast.

Broadcast 5 - Autumn 2016.mp3

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Radio Club Broadcast - Summer 2016


Another term - another broadcast! Our intrepid reporters have put together this term's edition of Howe Dell Radio.


Well done to the whole team for putting it together: James, Snigdha, Amy, Caitey, Pranav and Max.

Broadcast 4 - Summer 2016.mp3

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Howe Dell Radio - Spring 2016


The children in Radio Club have been hard at work putting together this latest broadcast, in which they talk about the events and Wonder Days from last term, including Space and Time Travel Week, Bird Art Attack, the wonderful O² experience, a trip to see the Lion King, PGL and of course our very own Howe Dell's Got Talent.


Thanks to Jachym, Alex, Andrew, Josh, Blake, James, Ashley,Manahil and Aliyeen for recording all of our items.


Watch out for another broadcast in the summer, which among other things will include Fellowship Afloat.


Click on the audio link below to hear this term's broadcast.

Broadcast 3 - Spring 2016.mp3

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Howe Dell Radio - Autumn 2015


Here is the latest edition of Howe Dell Radio, recorded during the autumn term by our Radio Club members - we hope you enjoy listening to what's been happening  at Howe Dell last term.

Broadcast 2 - Autumn 2015.mp3

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Radio Club


Radio Club meets every Monday with the aim of producing broadcasts all about the wonderful world of Howe Dell. In the process of doing so, children develop skills involving, script writing, sound recording and editing. They also use an on-line resource called which acts like an auto-cue once the scripts have been input.


Please take a listen to our first radio broadcast!  This has been a huge project and many thanks go to Mr Mason for helping with this.