In Pictures: News Day 2014 at BBC New Broadcasting House

27 March 2014 Last updated at 19:27

How the students got on at New Broadcasting House for this year's News Day.
Newsround presenters Ricky Boleto and Leah Gooding with School Reporters from Lambeth Academy on The One Show sofa
Newsround presenters Ricky Boleto and Leah Gooding were joined by School Reporters from Lambeth Academy for a special edition of the One Show at 14:00 which was shown online and through the Red Button.
Tonal Hall seeing what the students are up to
Tony Hall engaged with the students to see what they were up to as well as giving advice and sharing his own experiences in the world of media.
School reporters with radio host, Jeremy Vine.
School reporters from Sacred Heart School Joined BBC Radio 2's regular host Jeremy Vine in the studio as they watched and learnt what goes on behind the scenes when a radio show is on air.
Students with a news school report cube
School Reporters from St Angela's take a break from a busy day to pose with one of our News cubes.
Student from Guildford County School writing up her latest events
Guildford County School writing up what they have been up to, after coming back from interviews, radio and a Newsroom visit.
Students being briefed on how to write up a report for the website
After a hard morning of interviewing the staff, the Twickenham Academy students begin to write up a report for the website. Look at that concentration!
Students hard at work
News Day involves a lot of concentration, work and skills to be able to work in a team. Looks like the students from Slough and Eton CE Business and Enterprise College can easily handle this!
School Report web team working away
A little peek behind the scenes - this School Report team is keeping the web up to date with live feeds, photo galleries, Twitter updates and more.
Presenters Ricky Boleto and Leah Gooding taking a selfie with students
Doing it like the Oscars! Presenters Ricky Boleto and Leah Gooding took a "selfie" with the School Reporters from Prospect School. I wonder if they wrote about this in their journalism task?
Students standing in front of the many screens in the newsroom
So many screens to look at! I hope the students from St Aloysius RC College took notes when they visited the newsroom today so they can teach us something!
Students presenting their favourite photos
Students from Paddington Academy shared their favourite pictures from school submissions to the "Mic Cube Challenge" over on the BBC School Report website.