15 February 2013
Last updated at 14:59
These don't look like the usual Breakfast TV presenters! They're School Reporters from Denton Community College who are at Salford's MediaCityUK for Practice News Day. They're spending the day with BBC Radio Manchester.
The Denton Community College team were given a tour of BBC MediaCityUK and stopped off in the BBC Sport Centre where they were given a tour of the large television studio by Assistant Editor Ian Moss.
The students at Fullbrook School in Surrey interviewed the Mayor of Runnymede, Councillor Linda Gillam. She told them that she wanted to see the area "put on the map" and stressed how important it was that people knew the Magna Carta was signed there.
After a very busy morning at Fullbrook School, these School Reporters took time for a quick break. Their teacher Mr McLean praised his entire team, saying: "I'm very proud of the students' endeavours. They have worked incredibly professionally."
There was an early editorial meeting at Marden High School for Practice News Day. The team planned to focus on issues inside their school, with some classroom refurbishments imminent, and also reflect the recent success of some of the school's sports teams.
From the Pope's resignation to a physics lecture, School Reporters from Marden High School in North Shields are busy telling the news. They are also doing an in-depth sports report along with a news round-up of the latest events happening in school.
In York, the Manor Church of England Academy students filmed and edited their news reports. Pupils tested a wide range of ideas to create news, with Paige, 14, and Mathew, 12, using their skills as presenters for Alex, 15, and Bethany, to record.
Another school taking part in Practice News Day was Middlesbrough's Ormesby School who took this opportunity to pose in front of some Valentine's Day decorations left over from the previous day.
Pupils from St Columb's College, St Cecelia's College, Oakgrove Integrated and Lisneal College took part in Practice News Day at the North East Education and Library Board (NEELB TV) headquarters in Antrim.
The team from St Columb's College, St Cecelia's College, Oakgrove Integrated and Lisneal College found time to pose for this picture at the end of a busy day of reporting on Practice News Day.
Madras College in Fife had a special visitor - author Matt Dickinson. School Reporters Caitlin and Nina quizzed him about what it was like to climb Mount Everest and learned about how difficult it is to digest food and wash up there. They also asked him about his documentary series and his books.
A group of School Reporters from Plymouth's Stoke Damerel Community College visited Dartmoor Zoo and interviewed owner and author Ben Mee. The story of how his family bought the zoo was turned into the film 'We Bought a Zoo' - and Ben and the team sat proudly alongside the poster which advertised it.
Fearns Community Sports College in Bacup, Lancashire, were quick off the mark for February's Practice News Day. Like several schools, they staged their Practice Day early because of the differing half-terms around the UK, and spent their day focusing on respect.
The Fearns team wore respect wristbands as part of their drive to discover the real meaning of the word. They split up into groups to research news items linked to respect and then held a brainstorming session before successfully reaching the deadline for completing their news stories.
School Reporters at Matthew Moss High School were another to hold an early Practice News Day. They covered a number of local and national news stories including the right age to retire, the gay marriage vote, the discovery of Richard III's remains and the reappointment of manager Keith Hill at Rochdale FC.
The Rochdale school's team of School Reporters day finished with a live 10-minute news programme in the school's 4D hall all in front of an invited audience, who gave plenty of feedback!