Now the end is near. The News4U crew recorded our last podcast. We had the podders of the year there; Karen, Holly, Katie and Emma. It was emotional – we wanted to share the rules of the pod and also who we wanted to thank for our amazing stay at Pinkie.
It is a personal pod and we know we left the pod in safe hands.
So, from us, for the last time, thanks for listening.
Welcome back to News4U. While we have been away, the usual P7 crew have been ‘transitioned’ and P6 are now P7 in pod terms. So, there have been some changes. We also said goodbye to Mr McManus, our football coach. But we did interview him and got his thoughts about school and football. We also did a survey around the school about boys and girls football. We hope you enjoy it.
Hi – glad to be back. We have a lot to tell you about. Our roving reporters met Jordan who came to school to show us judo. We are also proud to say we recorded Holly’s New York diaries which feature our actor’s American accents. It’s a long listen but well worth it this week.
Every week it is a brilliant team effort. Different people do different jobs. Writing, reading , displaying the script and recording it.
(Not many people realise this podcast is usually recorded over a single 45 minute lunch time. It is a remarkable achievement says Mr Smith. Especially when everyone manages to eat their lunch and leave no crumbs or rubbish.)
So pleased to see Heather Paul is the Citizen of the Year awarded by the Musselburgh and Inveresk Community Council. Heather is our constant gardener and we caught up with her in the sheds this week to ask about this award.
We also have another little treat for you. Holly went to New York and kept a diary . We are going to be recording a special programme soon. In the meanwhile, can you guess who our New Yorker narrator is?