Students from Eastlea Community School give computer programming a go and interview Moshi Monsters creator Michael Smith to find out why he thinks everyone can code.
- Rory Cellan-Jones blog: Campaigning for coding
- Introduction to computer science and the news
- Moshi Monsters boss honoured
- How to get your children coding
- Camerawork and sound masterclass05:35
- Editing masterclass06:48
- Filming masterclass06:17
- Podcast masterclass07:40
- Web layout masterclass06:09
- Interviewing masterclass04:02
- Scriptwriting masterclass03:27
- Reporting Sport Masterclass03:47
- Reporting Events Masterclass02:37
- Royal reporting masterclass03:04
- Finding news masterclass02:59
- Web masterclass03:25
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More info and help
Check out our step-by-step guide to taking part in the project
Find all the forms you need to complete to take part in School Report 2013-14
Find out about the different roles in a newsroom before setting up a reporting team
Teacher Teresa Wilson offers tips for setting up your own stories
All the School Report video masterclasses are downloadable for use in the classroom
A bank of resources bringing together top tips from some of the BBC's top journalists
Why not get your older age-group pupils to join in as mentors?
Find all the emails to teachers sent out by School Report during the 2013-14 academic year.
What makes news newsworthy and where can you find ideas?
How to get hold of all the material you need to tell your stories
Learn how to turn your story into a written page or a script
How to showcase your reports for your audience
Find out how to cope with the pressure of working to a deadline!
Find out all you need to know about running the project
A collection of resources offering teachers practical tips on making the news
Guidance to help explain journalistic principles and ethics in the modern media world
Find even more resources and activities aimed at budding journalists
A list of websites benefiting teachers and students taking part in BBC News School Report.