In pictures: The Archbishop of Canterbury's enthronement

22 March 2013 Last updated at 18:51

School Reporters are on hand to capture the Archbishop's enthronement on camera.
School Reporters Kelvin, Anna, Yoovraj and Robyn arrive at the Cathedral ready to start their day of reporting on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s enthronement
School Reporters Kelvin, Anna, Yoovraj and Robyn arrive at the Cathedral ready to start their day of reporting on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s enthronement.
Out speaking to the first visitors as they arrive
Out speaking to the first visitors as they arrive.
By the press pen getting some professional broadcast advice from the BBC’s news production manager Sarah Parrish
By the press pen getting some professional broadcast advice from the BBC’s news production manager Sarah Parrish.
Speaking live on BBC Radio Kent
Speaking live on BBC Radio Kent.
Guests came from all over the world. This couple had travelled to Canterbury from Nigeria
Guests came from all over the world. This couple had travelled to Canterbury from Nigeria.
Not all the guests spoke English. This lady from Cuba required a translator
Not all the guests spoke English. This woman from Cuba required a translator.
The students enjoyed meeting people from all the different faiths
The students enjoyed meeting people from all the different faiths.
Even as the final guests were asked to make their way into the Cathedral, they made the most of a final quick interview
Even as the final guests were asked to make their way into the Cathedral, they made the most of a final quick interview.
They listen back to some of their interviews so far to check they have the sound levels correct and it all makes for interesting listening
They listen back to some of their interviews so far to check they have the sound levels correct and it all makes for interesting listening.
Joining the rest of the press as they receive their briefing from the Cathedral press officer Christopher Robinson
Joining the rest of the press as they receive their briefing from the Cathedral press officer Christopher Robinson.
A live report on TV
A live report on TV.
Wrapped up warmly as they wait for the procession in the biting easterly wind
Wrapped up warmly as they wait for the procession in the biting easterly wind.
Twenty-eight different faiths were represented at the ceremony. They all made their way into the Cathedral by procession
Twenty-eight different faiths were represented at the ceremony. They all made their way into the Cathedral by procession.
The students loved all the different robes and coloured garments on show
The students loved all the different robes and coloured garments on show.
The Most Reverend Justin Welby arrives for his enthronement as 105th Archbishop of Canterbury
The Most Reverend Justin Welby arrives for his enthronement as 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
He hammers on the West Door of the Cathedral three times with his crozier to gain admittance
He hammers on the West Door of the Cathedral three times with his crozier to gain admittance.
Inside the Cathedral the Archbishop is met by the Dean and Chapter and begins his procession down the Nave.
Inside the Cathedral, the Archbishop is met by the Dean and Chapter and begins his procession down the Nave.
After the ceremony HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall congratulate the Archbishop
After the ceremony HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall congratulate the Archbishop.
Cold but satisfied reporters reflect on a job well done
Cold but satisfied reporters reflect on a job well done.