27 March 2014
Last updated at 11:45
School Reporters from around the globe show us what's in their schoolbags. Abigail, aged 15, from Catmose College, Rutland, UK, has a laptop and charger, t-shirt, trousers, socks, fleece, biology homework, singing and piano music and work experience forms.
Arpit, aged 13, from the British School in Beijing has a science book, a diary, a Spanish book, a Chinese book, a Chinese workbook, history exercise book, pencil and pen box, his School Report press card, a School Report microphone cube and a birthday invitation.
Serena, also from the British School in Beijing, has a planner, five exercise books, three text books, a phone, a tablet, a small pencil case, her School Report press pass, pens, pencils, ruler, scissors and a letter to parents.
Aleyha, 13, a student at Dubai College, has a pencil case, a calculator, her English, maths, science, geography, French, Arabic work and text books; her design technology folder, a novel, a water bottle, highlighters, a magnifying glass, pens and pencils plus her phone and earphones.
Rebecca, 13, from Dubai College has an Arabic text book, school planner, bus pass, reading book, Olly Murs CD, socks, knee support, phone, lip balms, perfume, mints, surgical tape, sweat band, sailing logbook, ball, photos, hairbrush, strepsils, chocolate, money, purse, sunglasses, headphones, bracelet and pencil case.
Dana, who is 11, and also from Dubai College has an umbrella, a calculator, a hairbrush, some mints, a reading book, an equipment and pencil case, her English book, music folder, maths book, Spanish textbook, banana and three green apples.
Kristian, aged 13, from Dubai College has his work in folders for science, maths, history, general studies and geography. He has two pencil cases, a water bottle, ruler, a phone, a keychain he made in a technology lesson, a USB stick, headphones, a reading book, his bus pass, a library card, a calculator and some string.
Jack from St Martin's Special School in Derby, UK, has two TV Choice magazines, a CD wallet, a One Direction annual and a pack of High School Musical playing cards.
Sean, also from St Martin's Special School, has some gloves, his PE kit, diary, a diablo toy, a roll-on deodorant and some school letters.
Ally from St Martin's, Derby has a hairbrush, lip gloss, bookmark, pen and an art pack.
Daniel's bag contains a bottle of water, a lollipop and two chewy sweets. He is also a student at St Martin's Special School in Derby.
Philip from St Martin's has a Spider-Man toy, a maths workbook, bottled water, pencil case, a hat, a banana and a chewy bar.
Shimara, another student from St Martin's Special School in Derby, has a violin, dancing shoes, trainers, a maths book, banana, biscuit, pencil case, moisturising cream and her PE kit.
Isabella from Nazareth College in Victoria, Australia has maths, Japanese and humanities work folders, a maths text book, a ruler, some headphones, a lunchbox, a novel, a purse, school planner, a pencil case, notebook, tissues, keys and sweets.
Anthony, another student at Nazareth College in Victoria has a lunchbox, a planner, two novels, three work folders including an RE folder, a waterproof coat and an umbrella.
Alissa from Brauer College, Warranbool, Australia has her blazer, a lunch bag, pen and pencil case, iPad, youth Bible, dancing shoes, graph book and exercise books, money, purse, keys and phone charger,
Lilly, also from Brauer College, has a water bottle, her lunch box, sewing kit, mobile phone, earphones and a Geelong Cats Australian Rules Football Club membership card.