School Report's Festival of News: In Pictures

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The young people were involved in many different elements of broadcasting
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Students from Portadown College getting ready to present a live news bulletin
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A student gets to grips with filming under the tutelage of former Ireland Correspondent Andy Martin
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Pupils in a race against time to accurately describe the action in the sports commentary booth
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School reporters from Jordanstown School try out the radio drama studio
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Teachers from St Louise's College, Belfast get in on the fun
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Potential weatherman of the future? Students discovered presenting the weather is harder than it looks
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Radio Ulster presenter Hugo Duncan spends time with pupils from Tor Bank School, Dundonald
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In the hot seat - a student presents the news from the BBC Newsline studio
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A group of students experience what it is like to commentate on live sport
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BBC Broadcasting House, Belfast was a sea of blue and white as School Report took over the building
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School reporters were given lots of practical tips, including how to improve their filming
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Young people got to try on the sort of riot gear required by correspondents reporting from danger zones
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Pupils got to experience the green screen in BBC Newsline's Studio B

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