The School Report office is closed until 5 January when the team will return and continue the build-up to News Day on Thursday, 19 March.
Video & Audio reports
- Dyke reflects on Christmas truce03:36
- Celebrities reveal teenage idols04:50
- Radio 1 DJs at the Teen Awards05:54
- Teen Heroes share words of advice02:21
- Voting assignment - Bishop Challoner04:47
- Voting assignment - Catmose05:43
- Voting assignment - Lourdes01:59
- Voting assignment - Baverstock03:51
- Voting assignment - St Columba's
- Lamb explains World War One interest02:25
- Clipper crew return from year at sea
- Students land Festival opportunity
- Education Committee Question Time
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