In pictures: School Report 2012 News Day part 1

15 March 2012 Last updated at 07:55

Students across the UK have been busy making news stories for News Day 2012. Take a look at what they've been up to.
The Glaitness School Report team throw their hands in the air and smile for the camera
The Glaitness School Report team in Orkney are looking forward to their well earned "press-party" to celebrate their achievements
Burlington Danes Academy students stand in the House of Lords
School Reporters from Burlington Danes Academy visit the House of Lords and meet Lord Stanley Fink. Mr Adcock says you were all "absolute stars"!
Newquay Tretherras School Reporters hold their School Report passes from around their necks and smile
Newquay Tretherras School Reporters have had a "fabulous" day being interviewed by BBC Radio Cornwall
Skinners’ Academy School Reporters sit at a desk and hold up their passes (Above). Students busy on their laptops (below).
Skinners’ Academy School Reporters are curious to know which superstar is buying a flat in Hackney.
The team at Cumbernauld High School hold up their School Report posters as they pose in a classroom
The team at Cumbernauld High School have been working hard covering stories on the Eurozone Crisis and the Olympics. Well done guys!
Harry, Sam, Liam and James of Cheadle Hulme School pose with their recording equipment
Harry, Sam, Liam and James of Cheadle Hulme School are serious about School Report
Park House School Reporters are seen on set and in front of their laptops in preparation for filming
Park House School Reporters prepare the camera, the set and the coffee for a busy day of reporting
Students at Collingwood School and Media Arts College hold up their School Report passes with pride
Collingwood School and Media Arts College are proud of their School Report passes!
The students at Herne Bay High School wave to the camera (above) and a snap of the guys in the class room working hard (below).
As well as producing reports on the Olympics and fashion, Herne Bay High School have also been reporting on more local issues such as vandelism. Keep up the good work guys!
Our Lady's Convent High School Girls sit in front of their laptops and smile for the camera
Our Lady's Convent High School girls working hard on their laptops as they spend the day as BBC journalists
The students of Cardinal Newman Catholic School are caught in action reporting for the camera while others pose with their School Report clipboards
Cardinal Newman Catholic School Reporters in action with their cameras and reporting microphones
School Reporters from Tarporley High School pose with North West Tonight presenter, Roger Johnson, on the red sofa in MediaCity, Salford
School Reporters from Tarporley High School take a seat on the red sofa with presenter Roger Johnson of North West Tonight, on a visit to MediaCity in Salford
Miss Parker, a PE teacher who is ranked number one in the world for synchronised trampolining, poses in her gear as her students film their packages for School Report
PE teacher, Miss Parker, of Collingwood College in Surrey, is currently ranked no.1 in the world for synchronised trampolining. As well as teach and train six days a week, she finds time to run lunch-time clubs in trampolining and gymnastics. As she smiles in her kit, a fellow School Reporter has his turn at trampolining for the camera
The class of 9A from St Anthony's School in Chichester stand together with their microphones and School Report passes in preparating for a busy day of reporting
The class of 9A from St Anthony's School in Chichester have had a busy time reporting stories on mobile phones, computer games and school uniforms, in preparation for the big day
School Reporters from Catmose College in Rutland give big smiles to the camera as they enjoy being a part of School Report for the third year running
Now in their third year of School Report, students from Catmose College have been busy working on features linked with the Olympics, the Queen's jubilee and have even interviewed the chief executive of Rutland County Council, Helen Briggs
School Reporters at Rutlish School gather at their desk to study the daily newspapers
The Students at Rutlish School say School Report has been "an amazing experience because of all the opportunites present"
The School Report team at Rugby High School gather together and hold up their School Report passes
A big hello to the School Report team at Rugby High School who are working very hard to make News Day 2012 a huge success!
Student Reporters from Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School put their hands up and wave at the camera
Our School Reporters at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School have been working on stories that have involved interviewing Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag from Strictly Come Dancing. Well done team!
Ormiston Horizon Academy (above) and Rattray Primary School Reporters pose for the camera for School Report 2012
A big "shout out" to Ormiston Horizon Academy (above) and Rattray Primary School Reporters who have been working very hard as journalists for News Day 2012
School Reporters from Hillcrest School and Community College pose before the camera for School Report 2012
Hillcrest School and Community College have managed to get an exclusive interview with headmistress, Mrs Garratt, about their £5 million new build
A student from The Community School of Auchterarder poses holding a camera before his fellow students and teachers
School Reporters from The Community School of Auchterarder looking very handy with the camera
The girls from Archbishop Blanch School pose with newspapers in their hands in the library
Girls from Archbishop Blanch School having been working very hard in the library for School Report