Students taking part in School Report News Day in March 2015 explain how the project benefits them.
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Take a look at how School Report News Day works - both in the classroom and in the BBC News studios.
Top news stories
Reporters from St Patrick's High School, Keady find out why their school's approach to maths has earned them a nomination in the TES National School Awards.
A look behind the scenes at the special embroidered document to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
More News Day reports
- Nairobi's letter-writing students01:38
- Words of one culture in 15 seconds00:17
- Lords of the dance03:49
- Radio Festival - Power of Radio35:00
- Being excluded - the impact on lives04:50
- Ronan Keating 'felt naked on stage'05:16
- Why girls clothing is an issue in India02:48
- Ebola leaves pupils 'scared'04:17
- Radio Festival - Why Vote?37:31
- Why the RAF need to predict the weather01:45
- Lessons are plain sailing for school01:22
- Brown: More coverage for women's game01:59
- Chelsea job 'predicted' for Hayes
- What do you need to be England boss?02:53
- Radio Festival - Sound & Vision49:30
- Pupils 'spooked' by leading author02:30
- Youngsters discuss mental health03:00
School Report at the BBC
News Day 2015 in photos
- In Pictures: News Day in Salford
- In Pictures: News Day at BBC Wales
- In Pictures: News Day in Birmingham
- In pictures: News Day in London
- In Pictures: News Day - part one
- In Pictures: News Day - part two
- In Pictures: News Day - part three
- In Pictures: News Day - part four
- In Pictures: News Day - part five
- In pictures: News Day - part six
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Find out more about the project which motivates secondary students around the UK to make and broadcast their own news.
Find your school and others who made the news on 19 March for the 2015 News Day.
Watch highlights from School Report's ninth year.
News Day 2015 at the BBC's HQ captured in audio
How one all-male dance company is challenging stereotypes.
Branwen Jeffreys goes from interviewer to interviewee
Watch on demand the lesson hosted by Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo
Helena Coggan, who has had her novel published at the age of 15, on teenage girls in fiction.
Pupils explore the many styles of wearing a headscarf.
Hodgson, Strachan, Coleman and O'Neill answer questions from School Reporters.
Find out more about the project.
Things to consider before putting students' news on a website.
Resources for covering battlefield visits and World War One stories
A round-up of stories from Northern Ireland schools.