In Pictures: School Report News Day - part two

Girls from Northfleet School for Girls jump for the camera School Reporters were on a high for News Day at Northfleet School for Girls, Kent
Students at Melbourn Village College, Cambridgeshire, pose for a photograph Students at Melbourn Village College in Cambridgeshire have enjoyed an exciting day of reporting
Students at Bullers Wood School, near Bromley, stand outside their school building for a photo Bullers Wood School, near Bromley, has been the focus of reports on multicultural Britain, the royal baby and online safety
Students at Manningtree High School, Essex, pose with their BBC lanyards Youngsters from Manningtree High School, Essex, show off their School Report lanyards during their first editorial meeting of the day
Students at Whitgift School in Croyden take part in a meeting and review the newspapers Young journalists at Whitgift School in Croydon review the news with Ms Goldberg before creating their own reports
Students gather in their classroom and pose for a photograph The Codsall Middle School team in Staffordshire have been "busy, busy, busy" reporting on young carers, the solar eclipse and the weather
Students of All Saints Academy stand before their school building All Saints Academy students in Stockton-on-Tees posed the question: Is fast food a harmless treat or a death sentence?
Sir Harry Smith Community College students gather around a desk to discuss the news School Reporters at Sir Harry Smith Community College, in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, decide their agenda for News Day 2015
Thorngrove School, Newbury, gather to review the newspapers and a student sits with an adult to discuss news stories Thorngrove School pupils near Newbury, Berkshire, brought in their parents after reviewing the newspapers, to help them decide which stories mattered most to them
Oriel High School students in West Sussex gather for a photo with recording equipment Ready for a day's journalism, pupils at Oriel High School in Crawley, West Sussex, prepare for News Day 2015
St John Wall Catholic School gather with School Report Posters Chris Smalling, of Manchester United, and Dean Smith, manager of Walsall FC, were among those interviewed by pupils at St John Wall Catholic School, Birmingham.
St Bernard's Catholic Grammar School gather for a photograph St Bernard's Catholic Grammar School students in Slough have been busy reporting about the "wild weather on Mars"
Students from Tiverton High School give the thumbs up to the camera In Devon, Tiverton High School reporters give News Day the thumbs up. Their stories included reports on their charity event: I'm a Teacher... Get Me Out of Here!
St Helena School students in action with camera equipment and at their computers At St Helena School in Essex, School Reporters have been investigating the Roman remains found on their school site
Pupils at Hartshill School in Warwickshire gather for a photograph Hartshill School students in Warwickshire have been based at MIRA Technology Park to interview members of staff
Ernest Bevin College students stand before a war memorial in St Mary's Church School Reporters from Ernest Bevin College in Tooting visited the war memorial in nearby St Mary's Church for a story about young people and World War 1
Trinity Academy students stand before the camera The young journalists at Trinity Academy, Doncaster, were joined by BBC Look North journalist Mark Ansell and a camera crew
Students prepare for filming at Reigate Grammar School in Surrey School Reporters at Reigate Grammar School, Surrey, prepare for broadcast!
Two students from Homewood School in Kent sit before their laptop Homewood School pupils in Kent spent the day investigating who are more organised: men or women?
St. Helen's School students sit before their computer Students at St Helen's School, Hillingdon, have been working hard in the news room for News Day 2015