On Monday 1st February 2021 at 7:19pm, Ian Rockey was a guest on the Sue Kinnear evening show at BBC Radio Wiltshire and as part of their BBC Upload and Lockdown feature, Ian talked about the success we’ve had with Seeds Of Creativity, The After School Book Club, Feel Good Friday and the Crafty Café on Saturdays at 10am. Listen again to the broadcast here with kind permission from Sue and her BBC producer, thank you!
On Friday 8th January 2021 at 7:13am, Ian Rockey was a guest on the Ben Prater breakfast show at BBC Radio Wiltshire and as part of their Crafty Corner feature, Ian talked about the success we’ve had with Crafty Cafe on Saturdays at 10am. Listen again to the broadcast here with kind permission from Ben and his BBC producer, thank you!
On Monday 6th of July at 7.15pm Ian Rockey was a guest on the Tim Weeks show at BBC Radio Wiltshire as part of their BBC Upload initiative. Listen again to the broadcast here with kind permission from Tim and his BBC producer, thank you!
On Wednesday 1st of July at 6.50pm Ian Rockey was a guest on the Helen Scott show at BBC Radio Essex as part of their BBC Upload initiative. Listen again to the broadcast here with kind permission from @HelenScottUK and her BBC producer, thank you!
LearnRadio.Net is a project aimed at supporting learning across the curriculum and enhancing children’s wellbeing. Originally broadcasting weekdays during the first lockdown with a 45 minute show packed with a broad range of engaging and exciting themes. Ian and Russell will now both entertain and educate you and your learners with regular shows each week. The platform is now broadcasting live on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. We’re able to take commissions for Radio Programmes and produce audio to National Broadcasting Standards. Our Care Home package is great for a bespoke live dedication driven radio show that residents and their families can enjoy at the same time. Our most recent show for Porthaven Care Homes is available here LearnRadio.Net/Porthaven Please take a moment to read the messages and watch the videos left for residents – radio is a lovely way to bring folks together safely.
Russell Prue is a Broadcaster, Author and Educator. He designs and hand-builds Live Education Radio Stations for Schools all over The World. Using his experiences as a Workshop Provider, Creative Practitioner and Conference Speaker, Russell has a very special and unique combination of skills. He regularly speaks at Conferences on the topics of Mental Health & Wellbeing, Social Media, Creativity in the Classroom, Using New Technologies and Safeguarding. Russell has worked on projects for the Department for Education and The BBC. He’s worked at every BETT since 1985 and is passionate about giving learning opportunities to Young People. Russell’s company Anderton Tiger Broadcasting Systems Ltd provides the broadcasting platform for LearnRadio.Net. Find out more about Russell’s Podcasting & Broadcasting Stations here at Anderton Tiger Broadcasting.
Ian Rockey is Head teacher of Westwood with Iford Primary School and regularly spends time in the classroom teaching across the primary age range using technology to enhance learning. He manages his school’s station, Westwood Radio and has teams of young broadcasters all independently producing high quality education radio live every week for an international audience. Ian has worked with Russell on a number of projects and is very excited to be a part of LearnRadio.Net, combining the best in education radio and writing to support children and young people.
Maria is a teacher and has 22 years experience in Primary Education. She has held many roles and was recently a Creative Consultant, advocating creativity in the classroom. She also runs her own company teaching creative and contemplative photography for children. She believes in developing an authentic creative practice in order to inspire those around her as well as the children she teaches.
Maria has just opened a Crafting Shop at Etsy