26 June 2012
Last updated at 14:42
It all starts out on 18 May 2012, the day before the start of torch relay and School Reporters are ready and waiting to report. Pupils from Mounts Bay Academy are hot on the trail and reveal their torch investigations from RNAS Culdrose live on the BBC News Channel with presenter Jane Hill
The Olympic torch makes its way from Athens in Greece towards the UK ahead of its 70-day and 8,000 mile adventure. School Reporters from Cape Cornwall are on duty to cover the big story of its arrival
He's number 001 and it's TeamGB sailor Ben Ainslie with the responsibility of being the very first torchbearer. School Reporters from Cape Cornwall capture the magical moment and battle for prime position in the jostling crowd
It's a jam-packed opening day of the torch relay and School Reporter Taylor of Poltair School has the dangerous task of watching TV presenter Ben Fogle carry the Olympic torch in a helium balloon
It's five days in and torchbearer Jake is cheered on by his mates and School Reporters from Cirencester Deer Park School. He was nominated for his commitment to sport - he represents his county in three sports. Not bad!
And it's on to the location that inspired the very first modern Olympic Games. Much Wenlock is the place and School Reporters Lydia and Brogann stand in front of William Brookes School - named after the great man responsible for the Shropshire event from 1850
The Much Wenlock School Reporters interview torchbearer Hilary Banks, a former police officer forced to retire after getting injured on duty
The crowds gather to greet the arrival of the Olympic torch as a local legend grabs the flame and School Reporters bag an interview. It's John Simpson - the vice-president of the Wenlock Olympian Society
He's a relay record breaker! There's still time for School Reporters Tara and Veronique to speak to Joseph, who took part in breaking the world record for the most people running a 100m relay in one hour! Not even top sprinter Usain Bolt could claim to have done that
Torchbearer Ricky Furgusson is described as "one of the world's bravest soldiers" after losing both legs while serving in Afghanistan. BBC School Reporter Zach speaks to Ricky who says "it was a once in a lifetime opportunity"
Sixth form student Becky from Idsall School is ready for her Olympic torch journey. She's a young ambassador who, between studying for her A-levels, has also become a qualified coach and regularly works at her local sports club
Time for the big guns and School Reporters Jane and Ted from Knutsford Academy seize their moment in a wet Tatton Park and interview chancellor George Osborne who says: "It feels great. I was really excited when I actually saw the torch."
Students from Newbattle High School near Edinburgh prepare to go on air at BBC Radio Scotland after producing a report about their area's Olympic links
The relay reaches day 28 and students from Whitburn Academy enjoy the weather and show their support for the Olympic torch's arrival by proudly holding their own creation. Looks almost real doesn't it?
Reporters from Selby High School brave the noise and danger of being poked by hundreds of union jack flags as they await a glimpse of the torch at their school
And here's the star. Student Rachel, 12, carries the torch into Selby High School grounds and School Reporters Ben and Laura produce live commentary of the great occasion for BBC Radio York
Just rewards for 30 years coaching at Liverpool Harriers athletics club, as torchbearer Mike Dooling enjoys the climax of his special day with an interview by the pupils of Wilmslow High School. He says the day was "really incredible, just out of this world"
The relay reaches the half-way point and it lands in Morley. There's no escaping the determined School Reporters as they grab local MP and show chancellor Ed Balls. He declares: "Morley’s going to do this torch proud.”
Rain and wind were never going to dampen the spirits of this brave torchbearer. Ella, 12, lost her mum recently and she keeps smiling despite the battles with the puddles as her mates and fellow-School Reporters from Arnold Hill Academy cheer on
The torch passes through the Olympic borough of Greenwich and there are two School Reporters made for the task in hand. Harry and Charlie secure several interviews as they investigate what hosting an Olympics means to the locals
The Games is here and as the torch nears its finish line in White City in London, School Reporter Tyreese from Burlington Danes Academy is on duty. He even interviews PC Chris Seymour about a new potential gold medallist Bruce Forsyth! Who is he again? Strictly School Reporting!