Rowan Gate Primary School

The first Echo Location workshop for Sounding Out was delivered today with students from Rowan Gate Primary School.

Rowan Gate is a school for pupils with a range of complex learning needs.

Students listened to other areas of the Echo Location map before listening to the sounds in their own physical environment.

As recorded sounds were uploaded to the map students enjoyed hearing their being sounds played back.

The students described each other’s sounds and made new sounds with their own bodies, which we added to the map.

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  1. Arunkumar says:

    Hi there! I’m a Year Three teacher from Warminster. I ralley enjoyed listening to your clear and expressive retelling of Fly, Eagle, Fly. I loved that i could follow your fantastic story map whilst listening to you. Our Year Threes have been doing lots of story telling too. I am going to share your story with them. Perhaps some of your class might be interested in what we have been doing too. Mrs Glenny

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