9th September 2010: Welsh students tune in to Radio in Schools
Children across South Wales now have the chance to be radio stars with the launch of ‘Radio in Schools’.
The project was unveiled, for the first time in Wales, at a special event at Whitchurch High School in Cardiff this week on Wednesday 8th September. Radio in Schools is supported by South Wales radio station Red Dragon FM. The station’s breakfast show hosts, Kam and Sally, joined the pupils of Whitchurch High School to share presenting tips and spent the day producing PMP dumps podcasts, as Red Dragon FM broadcast live from the school.
The project is supported in Wales by University of Wales Institute Cardiff as the scheme’s educational partner, and is sponsored by Independent Foster Care Services. To encourage participation in the initative, Red Dragon FM is launching the ‘Weather Kid’ competition to find the best weather report podcast. Schools can set a task to classes or groups of pupils to create a 30 second weather report using the simple Radio in Schools service and virtual studio.
7th January 2010: BETT Awards Finalist ʻRadio in Schoolsʼ showcases at this yearʼs BETT SHOW 2010
BETT Awards 2010 finalist ʻRadio in Schoolsʼ will be showcasing the unique service at this yearʼs BETT Show on STAND S52 at Londonʼs Olympia from Wednesday January 13th to Saturday January 17th
Radio in Schools is offering every visitor the chance to enter our prize draw to win a free Radio in Schools podcasting account for one year, a Wacom Graphics Tablet and an Apple Ipod Nano Chromatic, courtesy of Western Computer, one of the UK’s leading Apple Solution Experts in Education.
9th December 2009: Radio in Schools nominated for BETT Awards 2010
Radio in Schools is pleased to announce its nomination for the Bett Awards 2010 in the Learning and Teaching Tools category.
Radio in Schools is a national podcasting platform for the download generation that promotes speaking, listening and creativity across the curriculum. The service enables schools, pupils and teachers to create podcasts in a safe, secure environment, without the need for costly or complicated software.
7th October 2009: Radio in Schools celebrate local winners with ‘Heart Breakfast in your School’ Competition
Radio in Schools and Heart breakfast’s Bush, Troy and Paulina have been visiting the winning schools of the ‘Heart Breakfast in your School’ competition this month. Always interviewing other people, Bush, Troy and Pauline thought it was about time that someone interviewed them, and in Heart’s opinion who better to create and ask the questions than pupils from Bristol.
12th October 2009: Children’s Minister supports national radio project to promote speaking and listening
Minister of State for Children, Young People and Families Rt Hon Dawn Primarolo MP has pledged her support for Radio in Schools. Dawn recently visited the Radio in Schools headquarters at the Heart radio studios in Bristol and gave an interview on the breakfast show to share her thoughts on the project.
July 2009: UWE and Radio in Schools prepare future generations for the digital age
The University of the West of England has been working closely with Radio in Schools to help improve speaking and listening skills of young children across all ages. The work neatly addresses key objectives in the recent government Digital Britain Report that calls for a drive to improve new media skills for future generations…
June 2009: Radio in Schools Formal Response to Digital Britain Report
Radio in Schools is particularly interested in how the recommendations in the Digital Britain Report of MS-900 exam dumps will affect education, training and skills for schools, teachers, children and young people across the UK. Radio in Schools aims to provide real and meaningful tools, guides and resources in the classroom through exciting and emerging technologies for both students and their educators. We look forward to working with all our schools and partners to address the recommendations of The Digital Britain Report and set out below how the Radio in Schools service meets those recommendations…
June 2009: Radio in Schools and Heart Bristol launch search for next generation talent
Radio in Schools and Heart breakfast’s Bush, Troy and Paulina are launching a city-wide competition to find the very first Heart Breakfast Weather Kid…
June 2009: West Midlands students interview ‘The Saturdays’ with Radio in Schools
Two school children from St Peters Roman Catholic Primary School in Bartley Green have shown they’re radio stars in the making by winning a copmetition set by Heart 100.7 and Radio in Schools…
May 2009: Radio in Schools launches across Norfolk and Suffolk
The Larkman School in Norwich have been running the project in school as a pilot scheme over last week and will welcome Charles Clarke MP to the launch event. Following its launch in Norwich, Radio In Schools will be rolled out across the entire East of England including the rest of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire…
March 2009: Unique radio podcasting platform for schools launches across the UK, backed by the national radio industry
Unique radio podcasting platform ‘Radio in Schools’ launches nationally on Monday 2nd March 2009, supported by the UK’s largest commercial radio network, Global Radio…