21 March 2013
Last updated at 17:53
The Stainburn School Radio team look happy - or is it relieved? - after their live broadcast
St Wilfrid's School tell us what it's like 'Being 13 in 2013'
Broadland High School spent the day at Madame Tussauds with Queen singer Freddie Mercury
Gosford Hill students stand on set and have had a very busy day reporting for School Report News Day
The Wavell School students have declared: "We have had an absolutely fabulous day. Loved it...!"
Roving reporters, Jordan and George, give their reports the final touches for Droitwich Spa High School
Ernest Bevin College students share a photograph with MP and former pupil, Sadiq Khan
St John Wall students have enjoyed their day at the BBC studios where they have received certificates for their hard work
Holy Cross High School have had a wonderful day asking children's author, Darren Shan, about his career as a horror writer
"Congratulations to the Exmouth Community College who, in true newsroom style, started from scratch with no news planned at 8:30 this morning."
The Bishop's Stortford High School, have had a "busy, but informative and exciting day!"
Notting Hill Prep School students have their work inspected
The Cramlington Learning Village BBC News team have been recording their radio broadcast this morning. Well done to all the students involved and good luck School Reporters all over the UK!
Broughton Business and Enterprise College shows what it means to them to be able to share the news on this year's BBC News School Report
Phew! All completed! Well done DHS School Reporters for meeting the 2pm deadline. Miss Johnson, Mr Outred and Mrs Somers are all very proud of all of your hard work today!
Catmose College Students get there reports up and out, live on the BBC School Report News pages. Well done School Reporters
St Philip Howard student becomes new Weather Reporter
Gryffe High in Houston pupils hard at work preparing a radio bulletin at BBC Scotland, Pacific Quay in Glasgow
The budding journalists at William Farr School in Welton, Lincolnshire are busy prepping breaking news stories, organising podcasts and video reports. Two lucky pupils are also currently enjoying a trip to BBC Radio Lincolnshire where they will be broadcasting news live this afternoon.
Excited School Reporters from Nottingham Academy prep for their reports.