2 April 2015 Last updated at 16:57

What is BBC News School Report?School Reporters in action

Find out more about the project which motivates secondary students around the UK to make and broadcast their own news.

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BBC apprentice Lauren Page shares how taking part in School Report inspired her to get a job in local radio.

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BBC News School Report Editor Helen Shreeve explains how 2015 was the project's first 24 hour News Day.

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Mentors' corner

  • FAQs and sign up

    Find out more about the project and how BBC members of staff can get involved

  • Child protection

    Read our advice and guidelines on child protection issues in schools

  • Editorial issues

    Be clear about the editorial guidelines involved in working wth children

  • Top tips

    Read our do's and don'ts to get the most out of your School Report mentoring

Key resources

  • BBC NewsUseful links

    A list of websites benefiting teachers and students taking part in BBC News School Report.

  • Tim Fenton with the Holbrook Academy School Reporters in Westminster HallOpening doors

    How School Report can provide unique opportunities for students

  • Student researches a news story on the phoneLesson plans

    Ready-to-use lesson plans covering the key areas of reporting

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