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In Pictures: School Report News Day 2014
27 March 2014
Last updated at 19:45
Photos from around the UK as schools turn their classrooms into newsrooms for BBC News School Report's eighth annual News Day.
Students at Regents Park Community College have been recording and editing their news stories. "Feeling very proud of the students who are so professional and dedicated to BBC School News Report and have been preparing for this day since January," said teacher Miss Neal.
Pupils at William Farr Church of England Secondary School in Lincoln are reporting on a range of stories from the Olympic Sporting Legacy to sugar and obesity. "We would also like to say good luck to our reporters at BBC Radio Lincolnshire and at BBC School News Report ‘One Show’ in London."
Rochester Grammar School students working hard on their stories for their first News Day – including finding out about changes to the education system and celebrating ex-RGS student Charlotte Evans’ gold medal success in Sochi.
The School Reporters from Heathfield School (top left), Bullers Wood School (top right), The Duston School (bottom left) and Redruth School: a Technology College (bottom right) on News Day 2014.
Gryffe High School have been working on an interview with Commonwealth Games athlete and former Gryffe pupil, Derek Hawkins.
A very creative sports team of School Reporters at Harrogate Grammar School have been very busy in the newsroom today.
The Highgate Wood School BBC School News Report team is putting together three stories today at school while two of their group are broadcasting from the BBC and Westminster.
Pupils at St Ambrose Barlow RC High School (top left), Broughton Business and Enterprise College (top right), Our Lady’s Grammar School (bottom left) and Abbot’s Hill School in Hemel Hempstead (bottom right) working hard to meet the deadline.
Pupils at Carlibar Primary School, Barrhead visited the building of a new Asda to report on how it is creating jobs for our local community for News Day 2014.
Adam and Harry from The Coopers Company and Coborn School interviewed Paralympic medallist and former student at the school Caroline Powell at Brentwood Ski Slope. "She brought her medals in and we took her along to her old ski centre in Brentwood where she learnt to ski."
The Coopers Company and Coborn School have been working hard! Reporters Sophie and Chloe pose with school hens, Biscuit and Tina Turner, who both feature in the report on the school’s wildlife garden.
The team of Reporters at Newbridge School in Caerphilly, where pupils have been busy reporting on the restoration of Newbridge Memorial Hall and Institute, the school production of 'Hairspray' and the extension of school hours.
School Reporters from Gresham’s School in Norfolk appeared on BBC Radio Norfolk on News Day. They were joined by presenter Thordis Fridriksson, standing in for Matthew Gudgin on the drivetime show.
Stainburn School and Science College working hard on BBC News School Report Day 2014.
School Reporters from Stainburn School and Science College are busy recording on News Day 2014.
School Reporters from Sirius Academy in Hull were on BBC Radio Humberside this morning. The students worked with Neil Skipper to learn the finer points of editing and filming.
Lyndon School in Solihull had a fantastic day reporting the news with Year 8. Report topics included the recent bad weather, the benefits of both video games and school uniform to the lives of students and the situation in Crimea. "It was actually really good!" said Mia.
St Michael’s Catholic College do one last interview at the BBC before they finish their day as political reporters.
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