BBC Young Reporter is the BBC’s journalism & media project encouraging young people aged 11-18 to share their stories and get their voices heard.
Find out exactly what BBC Young Reporter is and how you and your class can get involved.
Four short films from BBC Young Reporter, in which award winning storytellers share the secrets of their craft.
Honest, personal audio stories on what it’s like growing up in in the UK today, as told by BBC Young Reporters.
Advice from three teenagers who are already experts in learning from home because they’ve been doing it for years.
A collection of lesson plans presented by journalist, presenter, and newsreader Huw Edwards.
A collection of resources featuring journalists/presenters giving top tips to help you produce your own news reports.
A collection of resources to help you differentiate between what is real and what is fake.
It’s been 100 days since the UK went into lockdown and it has affected everyone differently.
We put children's questions on the Black Lives Matter movement to a politician, a historian and an academic.
A selection of stories produced by BBC Young Reporters.
A collection of all the essential information that you need to register with BBC Young Reporter, including FAQs.
If you want to take part in BBC Young Reporter activities and events send us your details and we'll register you.
Our terms and conditions of participation outline our responsibilities to each other.
You can read our privacy notice so you know what we do with and how we use your personal information.