In the bustling Year 4 classroom, the excitement was palpable as students eagerly engaged in group activities, role-playing as news reporters covering the upcoming Olympics this July. Each group took their roles seriously, diving into the world of journalism with enthusiasm and creativity. As they practiced reading aloud, their confidence grew, voices becoming more assertive and clear with each rehearsal.

The pupils asked open-ended questions, demonstrating curiosity and an eagerness to delve deeper into their stories. Their acting skills shone brightly, with every student bringing a unique flair to their portrayal of news anchors, field reporters, and interviewees. The collaborative effort not only enhanced their speaking and listening abilities but also fostered a sense of teamwork and shared achievement, making the classroom buzz with the energy of future broadcasters. Have a look at our best bits below:

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