Olympic torch relay: Day 54

Torchbearer Brenda Heys runs with her two sons Torchbearer Brenda Heys runs with her two sons in Reading

Today's torch relay travels from Reading to Salisbury as the countdown to the start of the Olympic Games continues, and School Reporters have once again been on the case to tell the 2012 story.

The torch relay's journey around the UK has given us the perfect opportunity to highlight some of the fantastic Olympic reporting carried out by schools all along the route.

School Reporters from St Joseph's Catholic School in Salisbury have already been reporting on the torch relay and Olympic tickets.

Adam and Evie reported on how ex-pupil Liam was selected to carry the Olympic torch. They also spoke to their PE teacher, Mr Ginns, who spoke of how the school intends to distribute the tickets they have to students.

School Reporters from Robert May's School actually went to the torch relay and got their video camera out so they could capture atmosphere on Day 54.

Whilst it passed through Basingstoke, School Reporters interviewed members of the public about the games coming to London.

School Report Relay videos

School Reporters keep on running

Which school on the Torch Relay route has the most Olympic spirit? To celebrate the Olympic Torch relay, School Report are after your 'Keep on running' videos.

Check out the stunning efforts from School Reporters at Sarah Bonnell School, William Brookes School, Cape Cornwall School, Parkside Sports College and Cardinal Newman Catholic School, and ask yourselves what makes your school special?

Are you the highest, windiest, oldest or noisiest school on the route?

Get your thinking caps on, and get your videos in to us as soon as you can!

Don't forget...

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.

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