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In Pictures: News Day round-up part seven
27 March 2014
Last updated at 19:18
Photos from around the UK as schools turn their classrooms into newsrooms for BBC News School Report's eighth annual News Day.
The School Report team at Park High School in Harrow, north-west London, has been working hard all day to produce interesting reports.
School Reporters John, Adam and (another) Adam, from Hermitage Academy, in Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, spent the morning reporting on the Scottish Referendum at Broadcasting House.
Students at Fearns Community Sports College, in Bacup, Lancashire, can breathe a sigh of relief as a busy News Day draws to a close.
It's the end of the day and School Reporter Harry is still smiling. It's been a fantastic day for the students of Uckfield Community Technology College, in East Sussex.
Students from Bedford Academy were joined by BBC World News journalist Mark Eames, who provided his expertise on current affairs and news broadcasting. He praised the academy’s state-of-the-art facilities, which he said were perfect for live news reporting and broadcasting.
School Reporters from Westminster Academy in London prepared for a special News Day "shoot".
St Patrick's Academy students celebrated a successful News Day in Dungannon.
Fourteen students at All Saints Academy, Cheltenham, took part in BBC School Report News Day.
Bangor Grammar School pupil Archie said he had had a fantastic day. "I thoroughly enjoyed my insight into journalistic life. I loved working with friends and customising my own story, and I think the day has been such a great experience," he said.
Students celebrate a successful day at The Mountbatten Language and Sports College in Romsey, Hampshire.
Congratulations to the Bullers Wood School Reporters, in Bromley, south-east London, for meeting the deadline and working so hard on all their reports.
Whickham School in Gateshead covered lots of exciting topics in their News Day report, including a timeline about the Malaysian Airlines plane disappearance, the debate about Scottish independence and the rise and fall of Newcastle Falcons rugby union team.
The boys at Aylesbury Grammar School in Buckinghamshire have been working flat out, filming interviews with the outgoing head teacher, former head boy Sam Jones, who now plays rugby for London Wasps, a soldier returning from Afghanistan and a Bafta-winning film-maker from the area.
Pupils from The Petchey Academy in Hackney, east London, grilled Mary Hockaday, head of the BBC's multimedia newsroom, about how the corporation ensures security on its website, as part of its work on e-safety, and asked her why BBC3 is moving online.
The proud media team at Broughton Business and Enterprise College in Lancashire prepared for their final News Day push.
The Auchenharvie Academy newsroom was home to the only School Report team in North Ayrshire, and the pupils successfully published their stories online.
School Reporters at Cullybackey College, County Antrim, delved deeply into the issue of pupils missing school for holidays as part of their News Day report.
Some of the girls from Ashfield School in Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, presented the weather with the BBC's Barra Best. Chloe, 15 said: “It was a brilliant experience being involved in School Report and visiting Broadcasting House.”
Smiles of relief greet the end of News Day at Riverside School in Dagenham.
Budding journalists from Wilmslow High School in Cheshire worked hard on a range of articles and interviews. The students covered national and international stories, including an investigation into the rise of e-cigarettes.
Students from Hermitage Academy visited BBC Scotland's Pacific Quay home including Adam who was given some tips on sound recording during his trip.
Students at The Skinners School in Tunbridge Wells reported on cycling safety, weather and sport among other topics. The School Report video on their website also featured some outtakes!
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