Olympic torch relay: Day 42
The Olympic torch relay is showing no signs of slowing down as it winds way around the UK, with today's journey taking it from Nottingham to Derby.
School Reporters from The Bramcote Park Business & Enterprise School in Nottingham have been interviewing one of today's torchbearers, 13-year-old Eloise, to find out her story and how she feels about carrying the Olympic flame.
And lots of other School Reporters have also been getting in on the 2012 act, with some great reporting going on around all things Olympic-related!
Torchbearer prepares for 'proudest moment'
It's a very big day for Eloise, 13, from The Bramcote Park Business & Enterprise School in Nottingham.
She's running with the Olympic torch in Glapwell, after her dad secretly nominated her in recognition of her amazing response to a family tragedy.
School Reporters Mollie, Joan and Aaron interviewed Eloise ahead of her run and found out how she was feeling ahead of the big day.
With 28 days left until the Olympics begin, School Reporters from Nottingham University Samworth Academy have been sharing their views on GB's Olympic hopefuls.
Students from the school are anxiously waiting for the Olympics to begin and have been picking out some of the athletes they are most excited about, with swimmer Rebecca Adlington and heptathlete Jessica Ennis both thought to be great contenders for gold.
But the School Report team didn't stop there, also covering budget concerns about the Games and the way the Olympics has been incorporated into other areas of school life, such as art and maths lessons/
The BBC's torch relay website at www.bbc.co.uk/torchrelay is the perfect place to keep across everything, watch the torch's journey continuously and get full details of the route.
For tips on reporting the Olympic torch relay, visit our special learning resource for some advice on how to cover it when it comes to your area.