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Small Talk

Small Talk

The children of schools in Buckinghamshire give us their answers to some of life's big questions! We feature one local school per week each morning at 7.50am and in the afternoon at around 3.20pm and you can listen again here!

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Ashmead Combined School

This week the boys and girls from Ashmead Combined School told us their favourite jokes and gave us their tips for staying healthy!

Cuddington and Dinton

This week the pupils told us what their best joke is and which famous person they would like to be for a day.

Broughton Junior School

This week we were joined by the pupils from Broughton Junior School and they told us what annoys them about grown-ups and if they could invent a firework what they would call it

Princes Risborough Primary School

The pupils from Princes Risborough Primary School told us who they would like to invite over for dinner plus, they told us about their spooky encounters!!

Ashmead Combined School

This week the boys and girls from Ashmead Combined School told us which animal they would like to be and if they had £100 and had to give it away, who they would give it to.

Dundale Primary

This week the boys and girls from Dundale Primary told us what superpower they would like to have and who does the most around their house…!

Cuddington and Dinton

We asked the pupils who the best cook in their family is and what their parents do to embarrass them!

Broughton Junior School

This week we were joined by the children from Broughton Junior School. They told us what the best thing about school holidays is and what they think of Donald Trump!

Berryfields Primary

This week the pupils from Berryfields Primary School told us why grown ups drink coffee and who they think the best driver in their family is….

Berryfields Primary

This week we asked the pupils at Berryfields Primary School how much does a house cost and if they had to cook a meal for their parents, what they would cook.