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April 23, 2015 2:46 pm

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Set up a school radio station

radio stationAisha Nasir, one of our consultants in London, has been helping Pakeman Primary School set up their own radio station. Each of the pupils at the school get a chance to try out their broadcasting skills during the weekly sessions that Aisha has been guiding. So far, the children have broadcast plays, interviews and book reviews. As the school states on their website, the station is used to “develop communication, literacy and team-working skills, build confidence and to give pupils a voice.”

The school’s cross-curricular broadcasts have received interest from the local Islington Tribune who covered the station on their regular online feature, “Our Neighbours’.

Get in touch on 01865 597620 to discuss cross curricular ideas for your school or how to set up your own school radio station.

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