Like this page?
Send it to a friend!
And here is the news...
School Report 2009: LIVE
Pupils from Salford schools are taking over the BBC airwaves, broadcasting their own take on the day's news, sport and weather. Find out how you can listen to the BBC News School Report:
Four schools from Salford will take turns presenting bulletins and short programmes on the BBC Radio Manchester digital DAB channel between 11.40am and 2.30pm (Thursday 26 March).
School Report: a lesson in news
The pupils from St Ambrose Barlow RC High; St Patrick's RC High; Buile Hill High School and Albion High have spent weeks preparing for their broadcast, as part of BBC News School Report.
Each school will split into teams, one team presenting a live programme, the other preparing news and sport bulletins and the latest weather forecasts.
They'll be covering issues including teenagers and anti-social behaviour, why the school trip could be a thing of the past and the problems associated with cyber bullying.
To follow their progress, tune your digital radio to BBC Radio Manchester on DAB between 11.40am and 2.30pm on Thursday 26 March.
If you don't have a digital radio, click on the link at the top of this page.
last updated: 26/03/2009 at 09:44