What is BBC Young Reporter?
BBC Young Reporter is an exciting opportunity for young people to get involved with the BBC.
If you are 11-18 years old then this is a chance for you to tell the stories that matter to you.
BBC Young Reporter (formerly School Report) works in partnership with schools, colleges, youth organisations and charities to provide young people with the skills they need to create and understand the media.
Schools and organisations taking part will benefit from access to exclusive events, training and resources, as well as mentoring and career talks from BBC staff and journalists.
The project is backed by the likes of Huw Edwards, Tina Daheley, Greg James, The One Show's Alex Jones, BBC Newsbeat's Roisin Hastie and Ben Mundy and Newsround's Ricky Boleto.
"BBC Young Reporter is about tapping into what really matters to young people, and giving them an opportunity and a platform to tell their stories." -Tony Hall, BBC Director-General
How to get involved
Schools, colleges and youth organisations can register HERE. It's that simple!
We'll then send you all the information you need about events, resources and opportunities which will take place throughout the year.
As part of the project, you can find BBC online resources relating to media literacy and the skills involved in broadcasting HERE.