School Report Shout Out Wall

School Reporters showing off their lanyards School Reporters from Gordano's school in Portishead show-off their school report lanyards

School Report News Day on 15 March saw more than 1000 schools and 30,000+ students taking part and this was the place where hundreds of messages of support, encouragement and congratulations got posted!

We tried to use as many as possible, but with so many schools taking part it's very hard to get every single one mentioned.

See if you can find your school's Shout Out here:

  • Well done to Waingels College School Reporters. You have worked extremely hard all day and have put together a fantastic website.
  • Well done to Rugby High Team on producing in depth reports on a wide range of topics. I especially enjoyed listening to the report on literacy skills. At a time when technology is taking over our lives it is wonderful to know that reading and books are so high up on students' agenda. Well done to the whole team and to Ms Mason for all your hard work. Raana Chaudhry, Librarian
  • Can I give a belated shout out to reporters at All Saints' Academy. Just wanted to say a massive well done for producing such amazing work to a tight deadline! From Miss Skelding.
  • Well done to everyone at Ashfield School on the news report team, it all was all wonderful today! Please take a look at our school reports!
  • St Mark's CofE Academy students, congratulations for your hard work and effort towards a successful completion of BBC News School Report 2012. You were all amazing and professional! You all made me proud of you. Ms Przygoda
  • A big shout out to all the year 9s at Wildern School we did it!!!
  • Well done to all you BC reporters. You were stars today!!!!
  • Well done to Owen and Michael from Chigwell School - saw you on the lunchtime news. Fantastic job! Mrs McCausland
  • At Lincoln Castle Academy we have all our stories uploaded but are still wrestling with getting the video links to work on our website‚Ķhopefully our technical hitch will be sorted soon. Our techie Mr Aram is working hard! We are all glad we wrote our reports as well as recording them now. Well done to everyone who has taken part in the years School Report.
  • Big shout out to Form II at Lavant House with their BBC School Report
  • Woodcote High School in Coulsdon has been working hard today. This News Report is looking like its going to be our best yet!
  • Good luck to the Bearsden Academy School Report Team. They have had an interview with top Scottish author Alan Bissett. You were all brilliant! From Miss Grant
  • Hello to 14 News Reporters at Hillcrest School and Community College! From Mrs Conway
  • Good luck to all second form pupils taking part in school news report at St Bees School in Cumbria! From Mr McNee
  • Well, school report day is finally over for us. Our report is finished and up on our website for Saint Aidan's Technology College just making the 4pm deadline. Our school reporters have had a wonderful day and loads of fun. Now looking forward to School Report 2013! Miss Nisbet.
Budding reporters at Saint Aidan's Technology College Our budding reporters at Saint Aidan's Technology College, Blackpool made the 4pm deadline
  • St Gabriel's School in Newbury successfully met the 2pm deadline, thanks to the hard work of the whole team, producing a 6 minute video report comprising of four stories and three online articles. Well done girls on completing your first ever news day! Thank you! Miss Quinn
  • There have been about 20 people in our library reporting for our first ever school news report. Puplis at Broughton Business and Enterprise College are really busy reporting and editing video we have made. From Matthew, Year 7
  • Reporters from Our Lady's Convent High School have been grilling a Hackney Councillor on why allotments in the Olympic Park had to be demolished!
  • Students crazy busy writing articles and editing footage! From Doug Walker, English Teacher at Park High School
  • Year 9 students at Royds Specialist Language College in Leeds want to say thanks to the BBC for School Report Day!
  • Shout out to The G & T club at Hatcham, who have been writing their News Bulletins and reading for the deadline. From John at Haberdashers Askes Hatcham College
  • Good luck to the School Report team at Llantwit Major School! They have been busy researching and writing stories on funding school building work, the decision to cut some vocational courses and, of course, Wales' big match on Saturday.
  • St.Helen's budding journalists can't wait for everyone to see their reports!
  • Shoeburyness High School had their first production meeting this morning! Good luck everyone!
  • Cirencester Deer Park reporters have been working hard at creating the news. The team had stories on Bullying, Literacy and an International Dimension with guests from Nagpur, India. Well done team!
  • A big shout out to Miss Smith's girls at Cardinal Neman HS in Bellshill! Well done for all of your hard work so far and I know you will do very well today! I can't wait to see the results! Remember - MEET THE DEADLINE!
  • Hi Just wanted to say that students at Ponteland Middle School are busy researching news stories and collecting their ideas! Exciting times.
  • All the pupils at Saint John Wall wish their School Reporters the best of luck!
  • A huge good luck to all the pupils today at Blessed Robert Sutton as they produce their audio and video news products in French & English!!
  • Sophie, Maisie and Danielle at Park Community School have been working very hard to bring an interesting and fresh story to your screens!
  • Northgate High School: Members of the team have already taken part in a report gathering exercise to RAF Marham and are now creating their news reports for publication later today. Good luck to all the reporting teams! From Ms Billin
  • Tomlinscote School reporters raring to go!
  • Good Luck to all the students at The Highcrest Academy! Well done so far for all your work!!!
  • Hello to year 9 at St Albans High School for Girls who have been writing a huge range of articles for the 2pm deadline. From Mrs Bullen.
  • Adams' Grammar want to say: check out our website - it's gonna be awesome!
  • From Mosslands School: We're late with our School Report as Mr Chesworth has recorded everything in HD! It's taking ages to encode! A lesson learned for next year!!!
  • Can I say a massive thank you to all staff and students at Woodcote High School who made today so successful! You can see the picture of our fantastic anchors in action! The students worked almost entirely independently to create reports on what they found important. They ranged from Sports Relief to a research project into differentiation in English lessons. Well done for all your hard work team! From Mrs Parker
  • Big congratulations to Taylor High School reporters. They have been busy all day long and have produced some truly fabulous reports.
  • Well done to the year 9 students at St Albans High School for Girls who have written an impressive 30 articles today, including an interview with BBC camera man Edward Stephens who was our mentor on the project.
  • CELEBRATIONS at Deer Park School Cirencester as pupils watch their own reports going LIVE on the school website. Well done for such a great day school reporters!!!
  • Message from Bury Church: 'Our intrepid reporters are now hanging up their microphones and cameras after working hard throughout the day. The pupils loved covering a number of stories and trying to work to a strict deadline.'
  • Please feature my school; we are Springfield Secondary in Portsmouth. We've been working around the clock to finish lots of reports and videos. Thank you.
  • In Ealing, Featherstone High News editors add the finishing touches to their video bulletin. Presenter Kirsty says today has been "the best, can I work for the BBC please?"
  • A big well done from Future Creative to all Kent schools taking part the School Report News Day. We've read some fantastic stories from students at schools such as Towers School, Rainham School for Girls, King Ethelbert School and Chaucer Technology School, to name but a few. All students and schools involved are doing a brilliant job!
  • The boys from St Cuthbert's are working hard to meet the deadline!
  • Towers School have just finished their first ever live BBC School Report broadcast - a fantastic job done by all. The staff involved are really proud of what the students have achieved - and the Heatdteacher has been tweeting while he watches!
  • The pupils at Jordanhill School have done a fantastic Job!! Well done to the news team for all their hard work!!
  • Pupils at the Roseland Community College have been busy researching and writing up news stories. Editor Hugo (12) says "it's going well and I will now definitely think about a career in journalism" Stories we're covering include the imminent retirement of our Headteacher, Mrs Black and the proposed new development of a Waitrose superstore at a local woodland valley. From Alyssa, their student press officer
  • St Wilfrids School - Bijan, Ollie B, Sam, James, Ollie J, Elliot, Mattie, Bella, Vaani, Lauren, Nikita, Emily and Rebecca - would like to wish 'Good Luck' to all the school reporters out there! We have three reports ready to go and we hope you enjoy them.
  • A big shout out to Anna, Poppy, Kesem, Noah and the rest of the Agents For Change Team for your excellent BBC School Report Video now live on our website! Mr Coleby, Acland Burghley School
  • Look out for Oswestry School report coming up on the school pet....a boa constrictor! Great work so far years 8 and 9! Mr Biles-Liddell
  • Pool Academy: As a last minute story, we have our reporters going along to a conference in Walsall at the Holiday Inn. As it is apparently National Climate Week, there is a gathering of 70 businesses sharing their procedures and ideas so we are hopefully going to interview some of the businesses involved!
  • Hello, this is Holly from Inverclyde Academy, I am the director for today. This is just an email to let you all know that so far everything has been going very well, we are on schedule and have everything under control. We are all very excited and feeling confident about the BBC News School Report. This is a masssive opportunity for us as well as the school as this is our first time taking part.
  • Miss Corrigan and Mrs Young want to say good luck to the Year 9 students at Royds Specialist Language College!
  • Good luck to all the Year 9 pupils at QEGS, who are doing a fantastic job!
  • Hello to all the pupils at Ash Green School in Coventry - good luck for the day. Reporting on Chief Inspector Wilshaw over literacy levels, a snowboarding possum, Big Ben fees striking high and supporting the local community for literature for the RNIB School, just to name a few. From Lisa
  • I just want to give a big shout out to all the hardworking Rugby High School students! Looking forward to hearing and reading the news on teen pressure and how the Olympics affects young athletes. From Miss French
  • A huge SHOUT OUT to Ashley, Reece, Daniel, Eze, Joe, William, Patrick, Alex, Michael and Noah from St Columba's Boys' School. The team want to wish all the other schools taking part the best of luck for today. Happy reporting!
School Reporters from St Columba's Boys' School wishing everyone good luck St Columba's Boys' School prepared for the day.
  • JCoss reports starting to go live now on school website. Big sighs of relief all round and an amazing achievement/ team effort! From Lucie, BBC Mentor
  • From Our Lady's Grammar School: "I LOVE English and always wanted to be a journalist, literally dream come true!" says Roisin, 12, and "It was sooooooooooooooo much fun!!!!!! Next year again please!" from Anna, 13.
  • All done! What a fantastic day in the sunshine! Thanks for all of your support and to Louise at BBC Look East for mentoring us this year! From Diss High School
  • We've had a fantastic day at Redmoor High School in Hinckley! We have produced two news bulletins for radio and one video news bulletin. We have also been recording magazine shows throughout the day on our school radio.
  • Shout out for St. Anthony's School in Chichester. The School Report team have done some first class reporting on subjects that really matter to them. Catch up with their headlines online this afternoon! Well done everyone. From Carol Timney
  • Well done everyone in the Glaitness School School Report Team 2012! Fantastic effort! From Lesley Mackay
  • The Reading School library has been transformed into a newsroom. All the students are working hard on their stories to meet their deadline. Keep up the great work! From Mr Baldock, Mrs Geraghty-Green & Mrs Addison
  • It's a hive of activity at Malbank School today, with students working on loads of interesting stuff! We also have a birthday in our team today, so Happy Birthday Maisie from the Malbank School Report Team (and from the School Report Team too!)
  • North Chadderton all done and uploaded! Fantastic day! Mr Ashman.
  • Can I give a shout out to all of the reporters at Great Sankey High School in Warrington and congratulate them on a fantastic day! Miss Vose, Miss Lo and Mrs Neill.
  • Well done to reporters at Skinners Academy on your news day.
Reporters from Skinners Academy in London get stuck in! It's all go for the reporters at Skinners Academy in Hackney
  • Can you give a shout out to the news reporting team at Paulet High School, Burton on Trent , who are reporting for their first time. Good Luck to all the team!
  • The reporting is done, 12 pupils from Cardinal Hume Catholic School in Gateshead have worked tirelessly to create reports that are professional yet entertaining! An amazing day for all involved! Miss Malia, Teacher of English.
  • Into the last ten minutes before deadline with Ed, Nick, Adam, James, Josh and Lewis with Mr Fakhoury and mentor David from BBC South - great team effort, lots learnt!
  • Mrs Richmond, Mr Painter and 32 students have been busy reporting on a range of exciting local and national stories today at Sir John Talbot's Technology College. Some of the themes include the Olympics, how the economy is affecting young people and the Diamond Jubilee.
  • Miss Gourley, Miss McDonald and Mr Geoghegan wish the Williamwood High School reports the best of luck and hope they make the deadline!
  • Ms Hay would like to say a huge WELL DONE to all our school report journalists at Broadland High School - you have all worked really hard and coped with ICT difficulties really well!
  • A big shout out to for all the reporters working in the Bangor Grammar School Newsroom. Everyone is working hard to meet the 4pm deadline. Lots of great reports and features being written. Staff of the BBC NI Newsroom better watch out! From Emma Dunseith, BBC School Report Mentor
  • Well done the Wolsi team, we've interviewed the BBC North East Young Sports Personality of the Year, Caity Mattinson about winning awards and England's chances in the Six Nations and we've danced with one of Diversity's back up dancers, practicing the Olympic Opening ceremony routine! From Nik Jones, Wolsingham School
  • Good luck and well done for all of the hard work so far to pupils from Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy. They will be challenging Michael Wilshaw's claims about literacy in schools, as well as reporting on Olympic fever and retelling their experiences of being in a Crown Court.
  • Here at Archway, we are having a lot of fun taking part in the School Report Day! It is a great opportunity for us to learn how to write correctly and efficiently. Beth and Mia, pupils at Archway School
  • Well done to the students of Sandelford School for all their hard work and excellent team work during our school report project - you are all stars! From Jenny
  • Well done to all pupils in All Saints Secondary in Glasgow. The work and enthusiasm for this year has been amazing and we could not have a better team! I am so proud of you all. From Miss Hewitt!
  • Ms Kervin says 'Good luck to all reporters at Prior's Field School, Godalming'. All year groups have worked together to produce some exciting stories and we are looking forward to sharing with you!!
  • Big shout out to the budding Year 9 reporters at Springfield School. Fantastic commmittment and enthusiasm. Well done! Mrs Bolton
  • Miss Gourley, Miss McDonald and Mr Geoghegan would like to congratulate Williamwood School Reporters on their work so far and wish them luck meeting that 2pm deadline!
  • We at Coopers are working hard! We have all of our interviews filed (including one with our very own Olympic torch bearer!) and now the editing team are working furiously to get a slick report ready for our deadline. From Katie Wood, Assistant Principal at Coopers Technology College
  • A HUGE shout out to all students at Devizes School. Devizes School news team proudly publish their bid for academy status!
  • Students at Sir John Hunt Community Sports College in Plymouth have reported on: Scary Guy, Sports Relief, Sir John Hunt CSC Sporting Heroes, The Plymouth Gang Show, Sir John Hunt CSC Reading Stars and our students' day at the Olympic Stadium. Students say, "The day has been amazing- we loved seeing our friends live on TV!"
  • Sydenham School's News Reporters are relieved to have met their 2pm deadline! They have had a great day meeting interesting and influential people and have found journalism and news reporting exciting and rewarding. Bring on News Day 2013!
  • Having an amazing day doing the report at Wildern School it is so fun I want to do it all over again!
  • A message to pupil reporters from Manchester Communication Academy, they have done a fantastic job completing video and audio news. Well done from Miss Tomlins.
  • Congratulations on a fabulous first School News Report Year 7 Chipping Norton School! From Miss Scantlebury
  • HUGE SHOUT OUT to Robert Mays School for all of their hard work!
Time to get to work for the School Reporters of Robert Mays School Reporting the news at Robert Mays School, Hampshire
  • Well done to the mentors who have done so well in supporting the children. You have made a difference to their life and memories made in School Report will last a lifetime. Thank you, Georgina (one proud mum)
  • Orchard School Bristol - well done to 9X1 for all your hard work!
  • To the students at St George's Academy. Please wish them all the best from Rob Glass and all the teachers who are working with them on the day.
  • Good luck to all the second year school reporters up on the hill at Ditcham Park School. Keep to your deadlines, but have fun doing so. From the Head Teacher and staff.
  • Best wishes to Year 8 at Chipping Sodbury School, South Gloucestershire for BBC School Report. You guys have worked so hard and it's going to be amazing when we go 'live' on the 15th!
  • Mr. Dunphy wants to thank all of the students at Collingwood Media Arts College and BBC Mentor Mark James for making this year's School Report even better than last year. Good luck on the day!
  • A shout out to the Girls at St Joseph's Catholic College in Bradford. Wishing them good luck with their first ever BBC Schools Report. From Miss Swallow and Miss Canning.
  • Miss Wilson is wishing everybody at Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College all the best of luck for today. You will be fab and I can't wait to see the final outcome! GOOD LUCK !
  • Mrs. Brookes, Mr. Franklin and Mrs. Nuttall would like to wish the Congleton High School Media Club good luck for their News Day on Thursday!
  • I'd like to say good luck and well done to the students in Year 9 set 1 of Washwood Heath Technology College in Birmingham for their hard work and determination. They have taken full ownership of the project and have had lots of fun. I look forward to reading and hearing the news that they have to report on. From Miss Kauser.
  • Yr 9 were working hard in the news room period 1-3 today doing the final edit on three of their reports. Really enjoying the buzz of the newsroom and coping with real life journalist problems e.g. pc crashing mid edit, interviewee absent due to illness etc! Looking forward to going live. Good luck the magnificent seven! Mrs Williams, Howard of Effingham School
  • I want to wish the girls of Queen Elizabeth's Girls' School Barnet the very best of luck for their BBC New Report this Thursday. Thanks to the News Team form Year Nine who have given up all of their lunch hours for the past two weeks and also to the School Eco COuncil for their valuable contribution to the filming of the report. This has been an opportunity for a diverse group of people to get together and share ideas and ideals. Well doone QE!
  • Clyst Vale Community College are having a great day so far, the students have been working really hard and made some excellent progress. We've already had Simon Cleminson and a cameraman from BBC Spotlight come to visit, who have filmed the students making the news. I just want to say well done to them all and keep up the good work, Miss Haynes!
Reporters at Clyst Vale Community College in Exeter working hard and enjoying it Clyst Vale Community College journalists have had a wonderful day
  • Well done to Chris, Molly, Sophie, Luke, Danielle and Conor in the Northfield School newsroom. A frantic morning, but we made our 2pm deadline. Massive thanks to Chris, in particular, for his technical wizadry in putting our Radio News Report together and to all involved! Mr Taggart & Mr Whem.
  • All our journalists are very excited about the live event - all our articles are finished and we are preparing for going live! By Isabelle, Year 9, Kesteven and Sleaford High School
  • Congratulations to the Thistley Hough High School reporters. You have done a fantastic job and congratulations to Keele University on their Anniversary! A big well done from Miss Butchard and Mr Unwin!
  • Miss Hagan would like to say a big well done to the amazing school report team at Ash Green School in Coventry. Students have worked incredibly hard to meet the deadlines and demonstrated keen skills as reporters as they found the sensational, undiscovered stories.
  • Lealands is doing the editing now, we have to get it perfect. We want to say thank you to Miss Bews and John Hand for helping us all the way. Lianne from Lealands High School
  • Please say a huge congratulations from Miss Benson and Miss Gillespie to all pupils at St Thomas More Catholic High School that took part. They did extremely well and the videos are amazing! We can't wait to do it again next year!
  • Students at Sir John Hunt Community Sports College in Plymouth have reported on: Scary Guy, Sports Relief, Sir John Hunt CSC Sporting Heroes, The Plymouth Gang Show, Sir John Hunt CSC Reading Stars and our students' day at the Olympic Stadium. Students say, "The day has been amazing- we loved seeing our friends live on TV!"
  • Well done and thank you for all your hard work! Mrs Williams (Howard of Effingham School).
Pupils from Howard of Effingham School have worked hard today Budding young journalists from Howard of Effingham School
  • All our journalists from Kesteven and Sleaford High School Selective Academy are very excited about the live event - all our articles are finished and we are preparing for going live! Update by Isabelle and Arian Year 9.
  • Hornsey School for Girls has finished on time! Our interview with Labrinth has also made the local Hornsey news.....bonus!
  • A big 'Well Done' to the Wrenbloggers from Wren Academy who have worked so well as a team to produce their BBC School Report. Ms Dawes.
  • School Reporters are fraught in the newsroom due to technical issues at Paddington Academy in London. BUT they are hoping it will all be ready by 4pm!
  • Shout out to the BBC News School Report team at Norham Community Technology College in North Shields who are working hard in the 'news room'. They are pulling together some exciting stories as we speak! Good luck team! From Miss Burns.
  • Lambeth Academy screening school report at BFI British Film Institute. Stories include racism in football, riots in Clapham and fun run for Africa. Good luck to other school reporters!
  • I would like to send a shout out for The Kimberley School and the Kimberley School Reporters. We have recently been on the phone to the White House in America. We spoke to the secretary who gave us the details we need. We are now finishing everything off in preparation for the Live stream at 2pm! We are all very excited here at The Kimberley School!
  • St Philip Howard Catholic High School's Mrs Brogan would like to say a big WELL DONE to all her year 8's for the hard work this morning. We've interviewed and Skyped Morocco, telephoned hub schools in Cornwall and interviewed a local Parish Councillor.
  • Ms Peel is overwhelmed with the productivity of the students from The Compton School and cannot wait to see the final products that will be edited and finalised soon, they'll be fantastic!
  • Year 9 girls from Sacred Heart High in Fenham are working hard on a range of news stories!
  • From Mrs Miller, Smithycroft Secondary School: Well done and keep up the fabulous work all my super S2 news reporters. This is our first year of participating in the BBC School Report and I am already impressed with the first set of stories appearing on line. Kirsty Wark watch out! There's lots of Smithycroft pupils coming for your job! Many thanks to Ms Callahan in the English department for supporting the team and to former pupil Pretti Prasad from the BBC.
  • A big congratulations to 10AKA at Priory Community School Academy in Somerset for their fantastic reports. Brilliant effort by all!
  • Hello, we are Robert Mays School. We all doing a great job, we would really like it if we could have a shoutout. Thank you very much!
  • Just one more hour to go before the 2.00pm deadline. Keep up the good work everyone at St Egwins! Debbie, BBC School Mentor
  • I love Alsager School so much! Its the best! From erica 11SB!
  • From Sir John Talbot's Technology College: Mrs Richmond, Mr Painter and 32 students are busy reporting on a range of exciting local and national stories today at Sir John Talbot's Technology College. Some of the themes include the Olympics, how the economy is affecting young people and the Diamond Jubilee.
  • Mrs Watson says well done to everyone at Rattray and thank to those who supported us in our BBCSchool News Report.
  • St Richard's team are busily typing away and one small group is at the BBC as we speak! Good luck team.
  • Bijan, Ollie , Sam, James, Ollie, Elliot, Mattie, Bella, Vaani, Lauren, Nikita, Emily and Rebecca from St Wilfrids School in Exeter - would like to wish 'Good Luck' to all the school reporters out there! We have three reports ready to go and we hope you enjoy them.
St Wilfrids School Reporters are ready to go with their stories Reporters from St Wilfrids School, Exeter
  • Dartmouth Academy have just finished filming our video's and now editting , getting pictures and finishing off the weather broadcast. From Ryan.
  • From Castleford Academy: Well done guys from Mr Prinsep. You're all doing an amazing job. Just over an hour to go!
  • Well done to all the boys from Bury Grammar School .. Going live this morning they were all amazing!
  • Swanshurst School have been covering events in school and in the wider world. School reporters have interviewed a group of actors who came into the school to perform for year 9 students as well as finding out from one of their teachers what it'd like to receive an MBE at Buckingham Palace.
  • There is no sign of things slowing down in the Taylor HIgh School news room. We are still investigating stories from bionic eyes, to a discovery of a skull in China. Keep up the good work Taylor.
  • Keep going guys - you're doing a great job!! Hope you enjoying it! Mrs McKinley and Mr Merrick, Bournville School
  • Keep going Carluke High School reporters. You are doing great and working hard. Future radio stars in the making! Miss Carswell, Carluke High School
  • Mrs Colley would like to thank all the children from Rattray Primary School who took part in BBC School News Report this year. You have all worked really hard. Well done!
  • Good luck to Blackheath High School especially Isis, Bea, Fatima, Millie, Freya and Victoria...from Isis!
  • Townley Grammar are writing reports on new lemur species, John Bishop's local comic relief effort and whether young girls could make a difference to the gaming industry....Good Luck Townley! From Mrs Macdonald
  • Shout out to the BBC News School Report team at Norham Community Technology College in North Shields who are working hard in the 'news room'. They are pulling together some exciting stories as we speak! Good luck team! From Miss Burns.
  • Massive shout out to Danny, Ollie, Olivia, Max, Molly, Lucy, Lydia and Arun at Boston Spa School who are working really hard and are generally fantastic! Miss Welsh, Miss, Hoyle, Miss Green and Mr Bolton.
Boston Spa School Reporters having fun! Ollie, Danny, Olivia, and School Reporters from the Boston Spa School
  • Good luck to the school reporters from Holy Trinity School in Crawley today - we know you'll do us proud!
  • Clydeview Academy are all working really hard right now - very proud of all the 20 S2 pupils! Thanks also to Seonaid in S6 who is helping to proof read! Mrs MacMillan.
  • Go Lauren and Immi and the rest of our great reporters at Rugby High School for Girls, love from 10S. Good luck Ladies, here's hoping you have a fantastic day and enjoy making the news. Ms DuMont.
  • Hello from Cliff Park High School! The team is currently very busy collecting information on the World, UK and local news and we took a few minutes to say hello! Mrs Jones.
  • Hello BBC Clyst Vale Community College here 'the school is bursting with excitement!' says Jess.
  • Our newsroom at Abraham Moss High School is buzzing with activity and top scoops. Keep up the good work from Miss Murphy and Mr Kelly.
  • Our intrepid reporters at Barnfield West Academy, Luton, have been let loose gathering the footage, conducting the interviews and generating the content for their news reports. So far on track for the 14:00 deadline‚Ķ Best of luck to them all! Mr Porter
  • WELL DONE to Sean, David and Charlotte from ST EGWINS MIDDLE SCHOOL, EVESHAM who have just been interviewed live on BBC H&W for School Report Day! Miss Temlett.
  • Mr MacLean wants to give a big SHOUT OUT to all the S2 school reporters at Whitburn Academy. Good luck with the radio broadcast this afternoon!
  • Big Hello From the crew at Accrington Academy... we have a spine chilling school report about the Pendle Witch trials of 1612, with studio guest Simon...Mr Duxbury.
  • I would like to wish the students at The Grey Coat Hospital School in Westminster the best of luck today. I hope they have a great time and I will be attempting to listen in from my new job in Rwanda. I wish I was there! Alice Langton (former teacher at GCH).
  • The newsroom in Brentside High in Ealing is up and ready to go! The News Hub is a buzz of activity. School reporters Jonathan and Daniel, interviewed the Under-Secretary-General of theUnited Nations, Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Ms Coomaraswamy on Skype!
Brentside High is full of activity Josh, our School Reporter from Brentside High
  • Good luck to all students taking part at Brockhill Park Performing Arts College today on their news report. From Denise a very proud parent!
  • Please give a big shout out to Nafeesa, Marriam, Aysha, Hiba, Umar, Adil and Kamran from Dixons Allerton Academy. They are doing a fantastic job with our School Report and we can't wait to see the finished product - Good Luck!!! Mrs Fallis-Taylor, Miss Stockdale and Mr Rauf.
  • Miss Nelson would like to congratulate all her amazing students at Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Coventry on their hard work so far. They are all BRILLIANT!
  • Massive shout out to Inverclyde Academy in Scotland. From Mr McPherson.
  • Blairgowrie High School pupils have been introducing themselves and looking at newspapers to see what's been happening today. We are now writing our own stories and getting ready to film. Busy Busy!
  • To the all girl team at Sleaford High Awesome Articles! Well done - keep the steam coming off those fingers! Miss Verity.
  • A big shout out to Miss Smith's girl's at Cardinal Neman HS in Bellshill! Well done for all of your hard work so far and I know you will do very well today! I can't wait to see the results!
  • Miss McDonald, Mrs Goodwin and Mr Smith wish all of the reporters at The King John School the best of luck, thank you for all of your hard work!!
  • Well done Hayfield School news-packers - we are now assembling our news stories, ready to start filming, and then it's on to editing. We are really proud of your hard work. Mrs T and your teachers!
  • Dear the BBC News. Our morning has been fabulous. I would like to send a shout out to the Kimberley School and the Kimberley School Reporters. Many thanks - The Kimberley School Reporters!
  • Well done to pupils at Dumfries Academy who were interviewed on T this morning! Also a big shout out to the School Report team who are working hard to meet their 2pm deadline - from Miss Urquhart and Miss Kell.
  • Could you please give a shout out to all the pupils at Willingdon Community School in Eastbourne working on the report and wish them luck? Miss Morrison.
  • Mrs Willey would like to say well done to the students at Lincoln Castle Academy. They are working hard on finalising their pieces, so keep up the hard work guys.
School Reporters pose for the camera! School Reporters at Lincoln Castle Academy have been preparing for the big day!
  • Good Luck to the BBC School Report Team at Icknield High School, Luton! Miss Farrar.
  • A well done to everyone at Carshalton High School for Girls who participated in the BBC School Report. Thank You. Miss Boumazoun.
  • Good luck to Blackheath High School especially Isis, Bea, Fatima, Millie, Freya and Victoria
  • Well done girls! You are doing so well! Can't wait to see the story on Tadpoles! Ms Dowsett from Swanshurst School in Birmingham
  • Please could you send a big shout out to all (183 in total) Year 7 students at Maidstone Grammar School who are working hard to finish interviews and meet the news deadlines. They have Dan Abnett (author) and Chas Hallett (Editor of What Car magazine) in assisting the boys all morning. Good luck boys and keep up the good work!
  • Chloe and Paige from Park Community School are reporting about what we can do to improve our local area. News story coming soon!
  • A shout out to Year 9 pupils at Llantwit Major School, working hard to meet all deadlines for their first ever BBC School Report. Pob lwc!
  • Hardenhuish School are full of ideas and stories, good luck everyone! Enjoy the day! From your sixth form editors.
  • Jesse and Raphael from the Bridge Academy, Hackney are currently researching and writing a 'World News' report with information about Barack Obama's visit, Greece's potato revolution and Chinese current affairs, which link in with the work they have been doing in Geography. Students are also covering yesterday's exciting Champions League match, the highly anticipated brand new iPad and the launch of Harry Potter World. From Ms Kent
  • Enjoyed the Middlesborough report on BBC Breakfast. We will be ready later! The Big Tidy Up: what a a Load of Rubbish! Thanks for the experience. All very excited in QE Barnet! J Piper
  • Students in year 8 from St Helens Girls School in Northwood, have been asking other students and our in-house psychologist on their views on gossip and its benefits. Our report focuses on the scientifically proven fact that gossip is healthy! Our team is off to a busy start on what is sure to be promising day.
  • Huge GOOD LUCK to the Bearsden Academy School Report team. They already have an interview with top Scottish author Alan Bissett and they have just finished their morning editorial meeting. From Miss Grant
  • Dover College newsroom is open for business, the reporters are excited about the day ahead. Mrs Abena Akuffo-Kelly
  • Reporters at Bluecoat Academy are busy hunting through the news for exciting stories!
  • We are currently hitting the ground sprinting and finalising our story topics based on the day's news. Exciting times and energetic efforts from all involved. Well done to CBA! Miss Howsam
  • Please could you give a shout out to the Townley News Team as they work on some of their top stories of the day: new lemur species, John Bishop's local comic relief effort and whether young girls could make a difference to the gaming industry.... Good Luck Townley! From Leanne Macdonald, Community Arts Co-ordinator
  • We at The Compton School are preparing for filming one of many reports for the BBC School Report! We're really enjoying the experience!
  • Can you say hi to all the school reporters in St Mary's High School in Newry; Laura, Shannon, Claire, Judith, Laura and Rebecca. From Mr Twohig.
  • Hello BBC! We've got together all our written reports and are now starting to prepare the filming room and scripts for the anchors! From Abersychan school in Wales.
  • The Radio Weald Team would like to mention the Year 8 students at the Weald School in Billingshurst West Sussex. They have been working hard all morning writing the news ready for broadcast on Radio Weald, the School radio station!
  • A massive good luck to the team at St Cuthbert's Catholic High School in Newcastle. Have fun! From Miss Arnold, Mr Watson and the English Department
  • Good Luck to all the students at Stretford Grammar School who are taking part in the School Report - lots of great reports on the web already! Mr Nicholson.
  • BBC Transport Correspondent, Richard Westcott, has visited Blackheath High in Londonand been interviewed by our young reporters! Mr Johnson.
  • Pupils at Hillcrest School in Birmingham are very excited! Shout outs coming from Veen, Simra, Isra, Sabrina, Sinyah, Inga and all the wonderful School Reporters!
  • Congratulations to all the students at Priory Sports & Technology College in Preston, Lancashire for their recordings this morning. 2pm deadline coming up fast! Keep going, from Mrs Young.
  • Go School Reporters! Well done for working so hard. To all the students taking part at All Saints School in Stockton-on-Tees! From Miss Crossling.
  • Good luck to St Helen's girls school in Northwood as I am sure that they are working extremely hard! Anna Thompson.
  • Hello and well done to all the reporters at Clough Hall Technology School.
  • Good luck year 9 set 1 and 2 at Pedmore Technology College from their classmates xxx
  • Mrs Bolton would like to shout out to the year 7 students of Monkswalk School in Hertfordshire on their first news report day.
  • Well done to Acland Burghley School who are having great fun filming on location in Camden, London!
School Reporters head off to Camden for a day of reporting Acland Burghley School on location
  • Big shout-out to Priory School Portsmouth and the pupils who are down at the Historic Dockyard next to the HMS Victory working on their BBC School Report. Also shouting-out to Ms Debens and the geography department for making it all happen. Have a great day!
  • Keep up the great work folks! There's some fantastic journalism taking place at Saint John Houghton Vountary Catholic Academy. Mr Curtis.
  • Shout out to Bitterne Park School, Southampton from Louise the teacher. A bumper selection of stories covering the Olympics, Titanic, and Strictly are coming this way!
  • Miss Peel sends out a big 'hello' to all reporters working hard at The Compton School in North Finchley! We're having a great day!
The young reporters get ready for the day ahead The Compton School prepare for a busy day
  • Well done to the Sibford School newshounds in Banbury whose report went out at the crack of dawn on BBC Radio 4's Farming Today and who have been broadcasting live into BBC Oxford's breakfast programme with Phil Gayle.
  • A big shout out to reporters at Bluecoat Academy in Nottinghamshire - good luck!! Mr Wood.
  • Mrs Colley would like to thank all the children from Rattray Primary School who took part in BBC School News Report this year. You have all worked really hard. Well done!
  • Towers School would like to say good luck to their year 9 and 10 students taking part in the BBC School Report today!
  • SHOUT OUT to the 10. students from St John Fisher & Thomas More Catholic Humanities College working on the BBC School Report here in Lancashire. Really looking forward to seeing what they come up with! From Miss Mellor, Mr Swarbrick and all the staff.
  • Well done to all the Sale High School students involved in the School Report today! Mr Williams and all the staff involved are really proud of your hard work. Good luck and enjoy it!
  • Good luck to the boys at Westminster City School, all the best for news day! From Pascale a parent at the school.
  • HUGE shout-out and good luck to Hayfield School press-packers, and enjoy your day!! From Mrs Twell and all your teachers!
  • Good luck to all the S2 School Reporters at Hyndland Secondary School in Glasgow today!
  • Mr Horsford would like to congratulate Jess, Maeve, Chelsea and Hannah for their hard work in putting together a very interesting report on changing music trends for St Ursula's Convent School, Greenwich!
  • All Hallows is ready for an amazing day! The TV show is complete and we can't wait to complete the newspaper! Mr Guard.
Working hard on their stories School Reporters from Rugby High School
  • A huge hello and good luck to the team at Rugby High School who are working hard on stories about teen pressure and how the Olympics affects young athletes! Mrs Mason.
  • Could you please do a shout out to pupils at St. Anselm's Catholic School in Canterbury from Mrs Orders and Mr Reed! Good luck and enjoy the day!
  • Go Whickham School!! Mr Day says he is incredibly proud of the students taking part this year. They have worked really hard and are on route to creating a great website full of interesting content!
  • North Chadderton School in Oldham are ready and raring to go! Our interview in our new school building with the headteacher is already live, more to follow! Mr Ashman.
  • Please thank the School Report team at the Dormston School for their hard work as they prepare their stories today. Mr Fox.
  • A huge shout out to our School Report team at the Holy Family Catholic School in Keighley, West Yorkshire, who cannot wait to get started! From Mrs Butterfield.
  • Miss Peet would like to wish all the Year 9 students at Ysgol y Gader the very best of luck today. Looking forward to seeing the end result!!
  • Can I wish the girls at St Mary's High School Newry all the best for Thursday. They are working incredibly hard on some exciting stories..which will be revealed on the day. They are: Clair, Shannon, Laura, Laura, Rebecca, Clare, Judith and Jessica. We would like to thank Austin O'Callaghan from BBC Northern Ireland who has been an incredible mentor.
  • Can you give a shout out to Year 9's at Bramcote Park School, good luck today! From Mrs Garvey and the team
  • A massive thank you to all the students at Wilmslow High School. You've all been total stars! From Mrs Coffey and Mr Spence
  • Mr. Dunphy wants to thank all of the students at Collingwood Media Arts College and BBC Mentor Mark James for making this year's School Report even better than last year. Good luck on the day!
  • Shout out to Orchard School Bristol - well done to 9X1 for all your hard work! Lisa Steen
  • Rob Glass and all the teachers at St George's Academy would like to give a "shout out" to all their School Reporters, wishing them all the best for News Day.
  • Good luck to all the second year School Reporters up on the hill at Ditcham Park School. Keep to your deadlines, but have fun doing so. From the Head Teacher and staff
  • Best wishes to Year 8 at Chipping Sodbury School, South Gloucestershire for their BBC School Report. You guys have worked so hard and it's going to be amazing when we go live on the 15th!
  • Mr. Dunphy wants to thank all of the students at Collingwood Media Arts College and BBC Mentor Mark James for making this year's School Report even better than last year. Good luck on the day!
  • Just a shout out to all the Girls at St Joseph's Catholic College in Bradford. Wishing them good luck with their first ever BBC Schools Report. From Miss Swallow and Miss Canning.
  • Miss Wilson is wishing everybody at Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College all the best of luck for today. You will be fab and I can't wait to see the final outcome! GOOD LUCK
  • Mrs. Brookes, Mr. Franklin and Mrs. Nuttall would like to wish the Congleton High School Media Club good luck for their News Day!
  • I'd like to say good luck and well done to the students in Year 9 set 1 of Washwood Heath Technology College in Birmingham for their hard work and determination. They have taken full ownership of the project and have had lots of fun. I look forward to reading and hearing the news that they have to report on. Miss Kauser
  • A massive well done to all the students and 6th form mentors from St Joseph's Catholic High School who have worked so hard to produce their news report today.
  • Fantastic job guys!!! from Melanie Ive
  • Good Luck to all students taking part in BBC School Report at Uxbridge High School. Our top story will be the Royal Visit of HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall who came to our school last month. Students have been wading through the hundreds of pictures and videos students have submitted to the UHS School Report team. Looking forward to your stories and video reports. Good luck!! Mr Churchill & Miss Ryan
  • Could we get a 'shout out' please? Good Luck to all the students taking part in the BBC News School Report 2012 at William Farr Church of England School Welton Lincoln
  • Good luck to all the Cardy reporters from Mr H!
  • Hi there, We are all ready for the big day tomorrow, year 8's across the entire school have been putting together their news reports which will be uploaded to the website. Many thanks to our teachers Mr Goode, Mrs Crouch and Mrs Fox who have given some fantastic interviews, from Katie Price Teacher at St. Augustine's School, Scarborough
  • Good luck and well done to all the roving reporters who have worked so hard preparing for News Day at Hazel Grove High School, Stockport. Miss Grime
  • A message for the P7 pupils at Robslee Primary who will be taking part in News Day tomorrow:-
  • Good Luck to the news teams at Robslee Primary. Hope you enjoy being part of BBC School Report News Day. Mrs Carney & Ms Eddie
  • Good luck to the St Angela's reporting team on BBC School Report Thursday 15th March Some really exciting stories and interviews I can't wait to see them from MS Bangura
  • Please say hello to all the pupils in Whalley Range High School who have been working hard interviewing local charities for their school news report! :) Students are trying to make young people aware of what's availbale to them by interviewing and publicising local facilities in the area. Some of the charities who got involved were: Reclaim Manchester, Contact Hostel, Women's Aid Manchester Thanks, Miss Crowley
  • A good luck message for pupils in years 7-10 at Springfields Academy in Calne who are involved in the BBC reporting day tomorrow! From all your friends and staff at the academy.
  • Wishing everyone at Tanbridge House School the best of luck on their first School Report Day.
  • Here's a quick shout out to the 8MW News Team at St. Bede's School in Redditch... We're raring and ready to go on our very first BBC School Report Day - our microphones and laptops are at the ready! Fingers crossed for a great day!
  • Good Luck to all our boys involved in the live show from Media City today! Good Luck to Jordan at BBC Radio Manchester and to the 3rd Form running the News Room at Bury Grammar School Boys!
  • Good luck to all the Newshounds at Corby Business Academy - keep up the fabulous work you've been doing! Well Done! From Miss Howsam Thank you!
  • Good luck to the 'very excited' Paulet High School students, from Burton on Trent, who are taking part in the School Report for the first time.
  • Good Luck to: Lauren, Tyrone, Chelsea, Branden, Rebekah, Jade, Shauna, Samantha, Olivia, Alex, Dean, Rahbar, Calum and Jack all from 7EM at Haywood Engineering College, Stoke-on-Trent. Let's make the best news reports ever and put Haywood on the map!
  • The John Fisher School broadcast is now streaming from our weblink. What a blast.
  • Hi BBC, Can you please say Hi to Tomlinscote for me? I have been on a school trip to USA and am landing Thursday morning- I've been tracking them!!! ThanksSue Sutton
  • Mrs Robson, Mrs Branagan and Mr Harris would like to wish all the Ormesby School Y8s taking part today the best of luck. We're sure you'll do us proud and your reports will be fab!
  • Good Luck and have frun to the School Report team at Chipping Campden School who are taking part in School Report for the first time! Hoping to cover lots of local issues as well as some national concerns that the students have... special mention to Will Mayrick as it's his birthday!!! From Mrs Edmunds, their English teacher and fingers crossed for a great dayand more to come!!!!!
  • Miss Vose would like to thank the School Reporters at Great Sankey High School Warrington for all their hard work and effort so far. Good luck for the news day tomorrow - everyone can't wait to read all of your news stories and to see your final webpage. Have a fab day!
  • Please give a shout out to the BBC School Report team at our Lady's Grammar School, Newry. Hoping all goes well for the fab reporters from J2B and the best film crew ever - roll on Thursday 15th March News Day. Many thanks, Fiona Barr and Marie Kelly
  • Good Luck tomorrow to all the hard working students involved in School Report at William Howard School, Brampton
  • Good luck to all involved in the school report on Thursday at Kings school Winchester.
  • Mrs Edmunds wants to wish Good Luck to the School Report team at Chipping Campden School who are taking part in School Report for the first time! Hoping to cover lots of local issues as well as some national concerns that the students have... A special mention to Will as it's his birthday!!!
  • Shout out to Hetton Year 9s - You're doing really well, very proud of you all. Miss Lawson
  • Mr Duggan and Ms Chase wish Year 8 reporters at the Hermitage Academy in Chester-le-Street all the best for School Report 2012
  • Just to say a MASSIVE well done to our BBC School Reporters in S1 at Trinity High School in Rutherglen, Glasgow. You have worked so hard on this project and your determination and hard work has paid off!!! Miss Haldane and Mr Morrison
  • I want to say a huge WELL DONE to Mia, Leonor, Martha, Sally and Belen from The Cavendish School, Eastbourne! Our school's first ever BBC
  • A massive big shout out to all of the 40 Roving Reporters at St Benet Biscop Catholic High School in Bedlington, Northumberland! We cannot believe the day has finally arrived. However, we know all your dedication, enthusiasm and hard work running up to this is now going to ensure you all shine like a beacon as the day unfolds. Show everyone how it's done! Good luck
  • A big goodluck to the Primary 7 News Report Team from Jordanhill School in Glasgow. You have worked very hard - enjoy the day! Miss Bryson, Miss Edmonstone & Mrs Mieklen
  • Good luck to the boys at The Campion School in Hornchurch, Essex. We're so excited for you all. Have a superb day. (The proud mum of a School Reporter)
  • Good luck to Higham Lane School tomorrow, Classes 91/1 and 92/1. You'll do great!
  • Mr Pearson hopes all his students from Caistor Grammar School, Lincolnshire enjoy the day. You have been a great team!
  • Well done Class 7 at Baytree Special School you've done a fantastic job with your report.
  • Good luck to the students at Bury Church of England High School. You have all worked incredibly hard for School Report. From Miss Simm and Mr Guest
  • Ms Dawood and Ms Heppell would like to wish the Year 8 BBC School Reporters at Lampton School everything of the best for News Day. Well done for all your hard work and dedication!
  • Good Luck to the Year 10 BTEC Creative Media Production classes at All Hallows R.C. Business, Enterprise and Sports College - they have worked really well so far, and had amazing opportunities to interview and work with our BBC Mentor Ian Cheeseman, and 3 pupils reported backstage at The Lowry Theatre in Salford for The Songs of Praise School Choir of the Year Final interviewing Aled Jones, Russell Watson, and Joe McElderry, and again working with a BBC member of staff who was brilliant. Miss Rea.
  • Good luck to children from St Philip Westbrook who will be reporting at Great Sankey High School in Warrington today
  • Can you give a shout out to Year 8's at The Holy Trinity School in Crawley, good luck today?!
  • Good Luck to the 12 students of 8X3 from Arnold Academy, who will be producing this year's School Report. I know you will do a fantastic job! Mrs Wright
  • Good Luck to everyone at School Reoprt centre and good luck to the Reporters at Trinity School Belvedere!
  • The St Columba's team want to wish all the other schools taking part the best of luck for today. Happy reporting!
  • Can we have a shout out to the team at the De La Salle Academy from Miss Reilly. Mrs Gilland, Miss Hoos and Mr Green - keep up the good work!
  • Give us a huge shout out for us at HENBURY SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Students at the Bridge Academy in Hackney are busy researching their stories and are looking forward to broadcasting today's news!
  • A shout out to all the pupils at henbury school in year 11 who are about to take there gsce's! GOOD LUCK GUYS from aisha and georgia year 9. Good luck to all at St Anne's Enjoy the day!! Miss Mannion
  • UVHS students are excited about news day! Official press badges on (thanks BBC they're great!) and busy researching stories. Good luck everyone and have fun!Year 7 at UVHS
  • The pupils at Caister High are off and running on the big day. Good luck and make sure you hit those deadlines!
  • Good Luck to all Year 7's and 8's at the Cambridge International School. Have a great day! From Mrs Dyson
  • Good Luck to all students @ Stainburn School and Science College, Workington, Cumbria. Our main story will be focusing on the public consultation into managing radioactive waste repository.
  • Hi this is Holly from The Coleshill School working with the school report team to get all of our reports written and edited. The Coleshill School are working on the local, national and internatianal news to get the widest range of news. We are all majorly excited and can't wait for the day to progress. From The Coleshill School Report Team.
  • Please say a big hello to Priory Community School who are taking part for the first time this year! Thanks Kirsty Aaron
  • Good luck Deer Park School News reporters! The day has started and you are already busy interviewing and researching. Many thanks to the local councillors Siobhan , Joe and Jonathan for their support and we welcome our Indian visitors from Nagpur.
  • Please can you send a good luck shout out to all the News Report team at Cape Cornwall School - they are already working really hard and have loads of good ideas for stories: we are exploring The Olympics and the Queen's Jubilee among other things. . . .
  • SHOUT OUT to St Marylebone school - find the journalism inside you and just enjoy the day. GOOD LUCK GUYS!!!!! From your day reporter, AISHA
  • Hi from Catmose College in Oakham Catmose students are writing their news reports. Amy and Tom will be our 'Bill and Sian'. Birthday wishes to Amy. Recorded packages include interviews with Helen Briggs Chief executive of Rutland County Council, former rugby player, Matt Hampson and Katie BBC producer for Torch relay. Huge thanks to Jim Buchanan our BBC mentor
  • Hardenhuish School are full of ideas and stories, good luck everyone! Enjoy the day! From your sixth form editors.
  • Students from The Morley Academy's BBC School Report team will be doing a fake torch relay later today to celebrate the torch coming to our town on Monday 25th June. Good luck guys!
  • A big shout out and Good Luck to Mrs Cooke's S2 English class from Hamilton College who are taking part today.
  • Can you give a shout out to all pupils and staff doing the School Report today at Woodcote High School in Coulsdon, Surrey. Good luck today team! I know you're going to be great! Mrs Parker
  • Wishing all students across the country good luck for today. Have fun and enjoy the experience. Special thoughts to Eloise and Lily at St Anne's school Southampton, hope you do yourselves proud.

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