In pictures: School Report 2012 News Day part 3

15 March 2012 Last updated at 20:03

Students across the UK have been busy making news stories for News Day 2012. Take a look at what they've been up to.
Melbourn Village College School Reporters stand with local MP and Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley
Melbourn Village College in Hertfordshire managed to gain an interview with local MP and Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley
Saint Aidan’s Church of England Technology College School Reporters receive help from mentors as they conduct research in newspapers and on the computer
Saint Aidan’s Church of England Technology College School Reporters receive help from mentors as they conduct research in newspapers and on the computer
Bannockburn High School Reporters stand in front of School Report posters to pose for the camera
Bannockburn High School have been writing stories about their visit to London to interview the party leaders
Alex from Lealands High School at work in the editing suite
Alex from Lealands High School at work in the editing suite
Devizes School Reporters stand proudly in ront of the School Report website that is being projected on a screen
Devizes School Reporters stand proudly in front of the School Report website
Five boys from Bishopston Comprehensive School stand side by side
Bishopston Comprehensive School pupils managed to secure an exclusive interview with Swansea City's Leon Britton, gaining an insight into the life of a professional footballer in the Premier League
A collection of images of School Reporters from Hillcrest School, shown working in front of their computers
Hillcrest School Reporters are shown in action. Stories they have been working on today include World Book Day, the Olympics in Birmingham and a feature on Whitney Houston
Tendring Technology College students hold up the School Report posters for the camera
Tendring Technology College reporters have had a helping hand from sixth form media students
Highams Park School Reporters stand on set and pose for the camera
Highams Park School have enjoyed participating in their first year of School Report!
The Hastings High School Report team are shown in action infront of the computer and studying the newspapers
The Hastings High School Report team have been in "full swing" on News Day
Whitburn Academy students smile for the camera
Whitburn Academy School Reporters have been busy reporting on the effects of a fire at the local swimming pool
Blackheath High on set interviewing a local councillor
Blackheath High have had a great day interviewing local councillors
Beaconsfield High School hold up placards saying
Beaconsfield High School hold up placards for BBC News School Report
Three girls from The Compton School hold their passes and put their thumbs up for the camera
Miss Peel wants to thank all of her fantastic reporters at The Compton School - "they have been amazing today!"
Gryffe High School students gather in the classroom (above) and also pose with their local butcher (below)
Gryffe High School Reporters have already visited the local butcher shop to interview the customers
Two boys from Rhymney Comprehensive sit down with a magazine
The boys at Rhymney Comprehensive hard at work!
Killermont Primary School students gather in the classroom for School Report
Killermont Primary School students gather in the classroom for School Report
William Farr School students gather for a photograph
William Farr School in Lincolnshire have been speaking to the Lotus Valley International School in India!
Icknield High School students smile for the camera
Students at Icknield High School wish to use School Report as an opportunity to portray Luton in a positive light
The Long Eaton School put their thumbs up for the camera
The Long Eaton School put their thumbs up for the camera
Studends from JFS School in Harrow found out first what Olympic and Paralympic sports their school had been given tickets to for this summer's Games
Studends from JFS in Harrow got a scoop when they found out before anyone else at their school what Olympic and Paralympic sports their school had been given tickets to for this summer's Games