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In Pictures: News Day at BBC Salford
28 March 2014
Last updated at 19:42
Photos from BBC Salford as students get the chance to visit Media City for BBC News School Report's eighth annual News Day.
Fifty students from nine schools joined the team at Salford to make the news for School Report News Day 2014. One of those schools was Malbank School and Sixth Form College, here attending a production meeting at North West Tonight.
Malbank School and Sixth Form College Reporters planning their report with Eno Eruoto, North West Tonight weather presenter.
School Reporters greeted BBC staff as they arrived at MediaCity and asked them what they knew about the project
The whole team from Essa Academy put their heads together at a production meeting with the Newsround presenter Martin Dougan.
Mossley Hollins High School made their own film about their own students' experience of the day. Older students came to film the School Reporters
Students from Malbank School and Sixth Form College preparing to go on air with weather presenter Eno Eruoto.
In her element! Olive from Malbank School and Sixth Form College reading the local TV weather bulletin.
School Reporters from Blessed Thomas Holford Catholic College, Mossley Hollins, Malbank School and Sixth Form College, Ashton-on-Mersey and St Mathews RC Technology College take part in a Radio 5 Live News Day debate on student finance with Martin Lewis.
Students from Cardinal Langley Roman Catholic High School practiced being social media reporters in the sport gallery.
Pupils from Malbank School and Sixth Form College admire the view in the BBC Salford building.
School Reporters from Essa Academy turn the tables on Newsround's Martin Dougan in a Q&A session.
Andy Hassell from the Newsround website gave lucky pupils from Essa Academy a website master class.
Callum from St Thomas RC with 5 live presenter Sam Walker putting his questions on finance to Martin Lewis.
BBC Sport presenter John Watson with Niamh and Henry from Poynton High School.
Essa Academy learn a thing or two from the team who produce the BBC website's Homepage.
The School Report team from Essa Academy are in the building.
School Reporters with Sports presenters John Watson and Nina Warhurst.
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