Debra-Jo can't understand how Tamara's favourite day of the year could be when the class does the beep test fitness assessment. On beep test day, Tamara is very excited, but after she sprains her ankle she can't join in.
Debra-Jo and Tamara each enter the school talent quest but discover to their horror that they are performing the same song. Scared of being outdone by the other, they ask Melanie to choose who will be better.
On a very hot day, Atticus decides to distract everyone with a joke telling competition. While everyone takes turns to take the stage and tell a joke, Melanie panics at the thought of getting up in front of everyone.
Tamara is very good on the monkey bars since she uses them every day, but Melanie is not so good as Tamara never lets her on them. When Melanie demands a proper turn, Tamara is outraged and so a battle of wills begins.
After Mrs Gonsha bravely rescues a tiny boy from the top of the playground equipment, she can't get down herself. The children realise that Mrs Gonsha isn't stuck, but too scared to move as she's terrified of heights.
The children face the difficult task of finding the right partner to be their walking buddy for the walk-a-thon. Tamara is determined to find the best companion who will assist her in doing the most laps.
After last year's Grandparent's Day was a disaster, Mrs Gonsha is determined to make this year's celebration a great success. She has asked Battie's grandfather, a renowned inventor, to be the guest of honour.
Little Lunch is a mockumentary comedy series that takes place during fifteen highly significant minutes of a child's life; that of snack time in the primary school playground. Adapted from the popular books written by Danny Katz and illustrated by Mitch Vane, Little Lunch is a vibrant and truthful character comedy for the small screen.
When Melanie decides to have a cake stall to raise money for homeless puppies, she asks Debra-Jo and Tamara for help. After Mrs Gonsha rewards the girls, Atticus gets jealous and sets up a rival fundraiser.
Battie loeves the old climbing tree in the playground where he goes to site and think. Debra-Jo thinks it's dangerous and should be chopped down. The children are divided and form camps to embark on a campaign to get their way.
Melanie is very upset when Tamara 'germblocks' Melanie, the rule that forces fomeone to be isolated if they have done something disgusting. Tamara has accused Melanie of not washing her hands after going to the toilet.
Shot entirely on location in Valencia, this lively programme follows a group of children involved in a range of activities. It includes sequences about fruit picking; karting; the city of arts and sciences; a day at the beach and cultural traditions. It highlights key language points and has many touch points with other areas of the school curriculum.
When Crispo joins the school's most popular club and Fen joins the genius group, CJ is left without her pals. Realising it's more fun when they are together, she works to create a club that will reunite the group.
When Atticus' mother gets a job overseas, he discovers that the day of the Halloween school play will be his last day of school. Suddenly Halloween doesn't seem scary, but leaving his friends, especially Rory, is terrifying.
Santa's image is almost universally recognised as one of our most enduring and popular legends. Yet the holly old gentlemen with his bag full of toys, steering his reindeer and sliding down the chimneys is a relatively modern one. The festive documentary, The Legends of Santa shows how today's Santa is a fusion of cultures and traditions associated with the Christmas season.
Looking at the life and times of William Shakespeare, from his humble beginnings in Stratford, through his time as a jobbing actor in London, to his success as the country's most respected and financially savvy writer.
Over one year at a central Victorian primary school a group of typical, but also amazing, 10-12 year olds met in a once weekly class to discuss issues concerning their relationships both at school and at home. And Cath South and Stewart Carter filmed this process. The resulting film Kids' Business is a moving account of the kids' struggles over that year.
After attempting to climb through several different terrains in a regular ATV (quad-bike), the inventors realise that the wheels are not sturdy enough and cannot negotiate the many obstacles they come across in the wilderness. They must redesign the legs so they can withstand the weight of the aluminium chassis as well as the driver of the machine. After hours of gruelling tests of different materials, there is only one material that can support the weight while still allowing the vehicle to 'walk' over any surface.
The team of inventors takes-on the future of thrill rides by attempting to build a waterslide simulator that lasts three times as long as an amusement park waterslide while also combining all the twists, drops and turns of several slides into one simulator. The prototype grows to three stories tall with almost five tons worth of materials. Can the guys complete this engineering feat in only two weeks?
Who doesn't love a whodunit? We've turned this week's show into a mystery and we're going to use all the different kinds of science that are used to analyse clues found at the scene of a crime to solve it.
Beneath our wide brown land lies another amazing world - a labyrinth of tunnels, caves and chasms - some towering as high as cathedrals, others claustrophobically small chinks in the rock. Follow our team underground to places of wonder and adventure.
This series aims to encourage the development of mathematical ideas, generate enthusiasm and curiosity for maths, encourage discussion, and investigation and show maths in the real world. In this episode, links between perimeter, surface shape and size.