What is it like when a live radio show visits your school? School Reporters Aysha and Olivia find out as BBC Radio 4's Any Questions comes live from their school - Robert Gordon's College in Aberdeen.
Find out how taking part in School Report can support learning in a wide range of curriculum subjects.
How to get into computing
An introduction to computing and coding and how it fits in with reporting the news
School Report news stories
Highlights as School Reporters present the local weather forecast in all 13 English regions and Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on News Day.
In a special episode of the One Show, School Reporters turn their hands to hosting the flagship programme.
News Day 2014 picture galleries
- News Day round-up part 1
- Students visit Broadcasting House
- News Day at Salford
- Northern Ireland News Day
- News Day at BBC Birmingham
- School Report's Radio Humberside show
- Discovering Gove's hidden talents
- News Day round-up part 2
- News Day round-up part 3
- More Broadcasting House photos
- News Day round-up part 4
- News Day round-up part 5
- News Day round-up part 6
- News Day round-up part 7
Video & Audio reports
- Clipper crew return from year at sea
- Students land Festival opportunity
- Lamb explains World War One interest02:25
- Education Committee Question Time
- Author explains Guides' WW1 role
- Stuart studying Hull academy growth
- 'Holding Michael Gove to account'
- Syria 'could lose generation' in war
- School Report Sports Bulletin 201414:30
- Northern Ireland School Report Live29:50
- School Report does R4's Woman's Hour40:41
- School Reporters get saucy on radio14:58
Get your school signed up for School Report 2014-15! Our ninth News Day will be taking place on Thursday 19 March 2015.
Resources for and reports from World War One battlefield visits.
A round-up of stories from Northern Ireland schools.
Resources for learning English through the news
Find all the forms you need to complete to take part in School Report 2014-15.
Read our step-by-step guide to taking part in the project
How to keep on the right side of media law
Special section to help pupils learn journalism skills
Ready-to-use lesson plans covering the key areas of reporting