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About Us

We are a small rural school near Christchurch, New Zealand. We hope you enjoy our work as we explore podcasting! We'd love to hear your comments :-)

Latest Episodes

Effects of Smoking Inquiry

Hello I am Milly and I am a Year 8 at Springston School. For my inquiry I had to answer the question ‘Why do people smoke and what are the effects of smoking?’ I researched this and then made my podcast to try to convince people not to smoke. I hope you like my podcast! 3:56 minutes, 2.2MB, AAC file

3 MIN2009 NOV 25
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Effects of Smoking Inquiry

Wheels Day

Springston students enjoy a regular 'Wheels Day'. Taylor and Emily explain how this works. Do send them a comment if you have a Wheels Day at your school! 1:29 minutes, 740 KB, mp3

1 MIN2009 MAY 6
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Wheels Day

Aesop's Fables Retold - 5

Ashley's fable shows how delaying tactics may be useful. 1:19 minutes, 1.3 MB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 5

Aesop's Fables Retold - 4

Hannah S. tells this interesting story, involving some puppies. 1:00 minutes, 940 KB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 4

Aesop's Fables Retold - 3

This fable is retold by Hannah B., age 13. This story is about how to overcome the problem of bullying. 1:47 minutes, 1.7 MB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 3

Aesop's Fables Retold - 2

Amy-Leigh, age 11, retells this fable. Listen to the story, and see if you can figure out the moral before you hear it at the end. 1:08 minutes, 1.1 MB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 2

Aesop's Fables Retold - 1

Year 7 and 8 students have been retelling Aesop's Fables into a modern context. For sharing, some students have recorded their stories into Garageband and added sound effects and music. This first story is told by Henry, age 13. 0:55 minutes, 859.2 KB, mp3

54 s2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 1

Grandparents remember their primary school days: Oral History 5

Adam interviews his Nana, Pam Hall, about primary school in the late 1940s. This episode is the last in our Oral History series – we hope you have enjoyed them all! What have you learned about primary school days in the past? Are things very different now? 7:19 minutes, 5.1 MB, mp3.

7 MIN2008 JUL 2
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Grandparents remember their primary school days: Oral History 5

Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 4

Zak interviews his Nana, Jocelyn Baird. Jocelyn went to primary school in the early 1950s. 10:11 minutes, 7 MB mp3.

10 MIN2008 JUN 25
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Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 4

Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 3

Kachina interviews her Great-Grandmother, Gladys Morris, in another of our Oral Histories. This interview is another that investigates memories of primary school in the 1930s and early 1940s. Listen to what happened one day when a boy got the strap! 5:08 minutes, 4.8 MB, mp3.

5 MIN2008 JUN 18
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Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 3

Latest Episodes

Effects of Smoking Inquiry

Hello I am Milly and I am a Year 8 at Springston School. For my inquiry I had to answer the question ‘Why do people smoke and what are the effects of smoking?’ I researched this and then made my podcast to try to convince people not to smoke. I hope you like my podcast! 3:56 minutes, 2.2MB, AAC file

3 MIN2009 NOV 25
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Effects of Smoking Inquiry

Wheels Day

Springston students enjoy a regular 'Wheels Day'. Taylor and Emily explain how this works. Do send them a comment if you have a Wheels Day at your school! 1:29 minutes, 740 KB, mp3

1 MIN2009 MAY 6
Comments
Wheels Day

Aesop's Fables Retold - 5

Ashley's fable shows how delaying tactics may be useful. 1:19 minutes, 1.3 MB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
Comments
Aesop's Fables Retold - 5

Aesop's Fables Retold - 4

Hannah S. tells this interesting story, involving some puppies. 1:00 minutes, 940 KB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 4

Aesop's Fables Retold - 3

This fable is retold by Hannah B., age 13. This story is about how to overcome the problem of bullying. 1:47 minutes, 1.7 MB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
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Aesop's Fables Retold - 3

Aesop's Fables Retold - 2

Amy-Leigh, age 11, retells this fable. Listen to the story, and see if you can figure out the moral before you hear it at the end. 1:08 minutes, 1.1 MB, mp3

1 MIN2008 DEC 10
Comments
Aesop's Fables Retold - 2

Aesop's Fables Retold - 1

Year 7 and 8 students have been retelling Aesop's Fables into a modern context. For sharing, some students have recorded their stories into Garageband and added sound effects and music. This first story is told by Henry, age 13. 0:55 minutes, 859.2 KB, mp3

54 s2008 DEC 10
Comments
Aesop's Fables Retold - 1

Grandparents remember their primary school days: Oral History 5

Adam interviews his Nana, Pam Hall, about primary school in the late 1940s. This episode is the last in our Oral History series – we hope you have enjoyed them all! What have you learned about primary school days in the past? Are things very different now? 7:19 minutes, 5.1 MB, mp3.

7 MIN2008 JUL 2
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Grandparents remember their primary school days: Oral History 5

Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 4

Zak interviews his Nana, Jocelyn Baird. Jocelyn went to primary school in the early 1950s. 10:11 minutes, 7 MB mp3.

10 MIN2008 JUN 25
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Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 4

Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 3

Kachina interviews her Great-Grandmother, Gladys Morris, in another of our Oral Histories. This interview is another that investigates memories of primary school in the 1930s and early 1940s. Listen to what happened one day when a boy got the strap! 5:08 minutes, 4.8 MB, mp3.

5 MIN2008 JUN 18
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Grandparents talk about their primary school days: Oral History 3