In Pictures: School Report News Day 2014 Gallery

27 March 2014 Last updated at 16:59

Photos from around the UK as schools turn their classrooms into newsrooms for BBC News School Report's eighth annual News Day.
Uckfield Community Technology College Reporters Ethan and Harry check sound levels for filming
Uckfield Community Technology College Reporters Ethan and Harry check sound levels for filming. "The school principal is being quizzed on his opinions on yesterday's strike action which partially closed the school."
The School Report team at St Philip Howard Catholic High School
The School Report team at St Philip Howard Catholic High School are ready to report for News Day 2014.
The team at Gryffe High School in Renfrewshire are working hard on News Day 2014.
"The team at Gryffe High School are working hard compiling reports on Commonwealth Games athlete Derek Hawkins, an archaeological dig on the school grounds and an Editor's Choice Extra!"
School Reporters doing a great job at Bury St Edmunds County Upper School, Tendring Technology College, St Thomas More Catholic High School in Crewe, and The Market Bosworth School.
School Reporters doing a great job at Bury St Edmunds County Upper School (top left), Tendring Technology College (top right), St Thomas More Catholic High School in Crewe (bottom left), and The Market Bosworth School (bottom right).
Pupils from Theale Green School in Berkshire on BBC Berkshire.
Olivia, Ashton, Daniella and Nina from Theale Green School broadcasting the BBC Berkshire Weather Forecast live this morning.
The School Report team at Dawlish Community College on News Day 2014.
The School Report team at Dawlish Community College on News Day 2014. Flooding in Somerset, Dawlish train issues and the closure of the local youth club are among the topics the School Reporters are covering.
The Mountbatten School Report team on News Day.
"We at The Mountbatten School are currently completing pitches to the editorial team - stories about cancer awareness, the NUT strike, finding planets in the solar system and our school's defibrillator campaign are on the list and many more under way!"
Colne Community School, Trinity High School, The Marlborough Science Academy, and Clydeview Academy pictured on News Day 2014.
The School Report teams from Colne Community School (top left), Trinity High School (top right), The Marlborough Science Academy (bottom left), and Clydeview Academy (bottom right) pictured on News Day 2014.
Andrew and James from St Benedict's School begin their filming about teen truancy at St Benedict's
"St Benedict's are having an exciting morning. We have set up a blue screen and are trying to get the technology to work with us. Our reporters are busy filming and interviewing. Here Andrew and James begin their filming about teen truancy at St Benedict's."
Ardingly College BBC School Report team with Film Editor Chris Eyre on News Day 2014.
"Ardingly College BBC School Report team are grateful to Film Editor Chris Eyre for coming in to share his valuable advice on editing our report."
A Reporter conducting an interview at St Ambrose College in Hale Barns.
"At St Ambrose College in Hale Barns our BBC School Journalists are interviewing our pupils on the impact of technology in their school life!"
The School Report teams at The Morley Academy, Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College, Catmose College and The Marlborough House School.
The School Report teams at The Morley Academy (top left), Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College (top right), Catmose College (bottom left) and The Marlborough House School (bottom right).
A picture of the pupils from Bishop Hedley Catholic High School hard at work
The pupils from Bishop Hedley Catholic High School hard at work on the BBC School Report News Day 2014.
The School Report team at Lavant House.
Smiles all round at Lavant House from the School Report team on News Day.
School Report teams from The Billericay School, Sandhurst School, Reepham High School, and Chailey School.
The Billericay School (top left), Sandhurst School (top right), Reepham High School (bottom left), and Chailey School (bottom right) showcase their School Report teams.
The team at Icknield High School working hard on News Day.
"Icknield High School students are working on the effects of social media. They are also reporting on yesterday’s Teacher Strike and the effect it had on students who were not in school yesterday. We are lucky to have a member of the BBC Mrs Laura Friedner in school today helping us!"
Alanna and Emma from St Mary’s Newry on Radio Ulster’s Good Morning Ulster this morning.
"Alanna and Emma from St Mary’s Newry on Radio Ulster’s Good Morning Ulster promoting their guest editing appearance on Radio Ulster’s TalkBack. They were speaking with Noel Thompson and Karen Patterson."
Pupils from Chailey School with their plan of stories to be covered on News Day 2014.
Pupils from Chailey School with their plan of stories to be covered on News Day 2014.
Filming the news report at The King John School in Essex.
Filming is under way at The King John School in Essex, where students are enjoying trying out the green screen to create that professional studio feel.
Hereford Cathedral School pupils are busy editing an interview on News Day.
"Hereford Cathedral School pupils are busy editing their interview with Barry Sheldon, Deputy Police Crime Commissioner for West Mercia."
Year 9 girls from Lurgan Junior High School in Northern Ireland carry out an interview with ChildLine regarding exam stress
Year 9 girls from Lurgan Junior High School in Northern Ireland carry out an interview with ChildLine regarding exam stress.