African links on the airwaves

NEAABE111014c1sch, Selston holly hill primary school children have done a recording for a local radio station.Ellie Stenton, Stanley Walker, Jack Filipek and Kacie-Lea Prescott-Ball.

NEAABE111014c1sch, Selston holly hill primary school children have done a recording for a local radio station.Ellie Stenton, Stanley Walker, Jack Filipek and Kacie-Lea Prescott-Ball.

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PUPILS from a Selston primary school will be taking to the airwaves next weekend to broadcast singing, drumming and acting inspired by their links with an African school.

The group of year five pupils at Holly Hill School have been working hard over the past few months to write, record and edit a radio programme to be broadcast on Saturday October 29 on Selston-based station Radio Salistune.

The school has started a link programme with Jeswang School in Gambia.

Headteacher Mark Eadon said: “It broadens the children’s horizons and makes them appreciate that different people live in different ways around the world.

“They have found it fascinating that we are one world all linked by the internet.”

You can listen to the show at 1pm at 87.9FM or by logging on to www.radiosalistune.co.uk.