Methodist College students report on the reaction to a speech about the future of Northern Ireland made by their schoolmate Hannah in front of an audience including President Obama and the First Lady.
Students Roland and Jai from Brentside High School reflect on their experience of reporting on The Queen's official opening of the BBC's Broadcasting House in London.
Author and journalist Roger Thurow tells School Reporters from The Petchey Academy that western leaders need to "step up" in the fight against malnutrition.
School Reporters from Chorlton High School give their views on author Malorie Blackman's appointment as the new Children's Laureate.
The Education Select Committee will draw on evidence submitted by School Reporters and other young people as it prepares to start work on a key report about the future of school sport in England.
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