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BBC News School Report

 

2017

Please see below the articles created by our journalists:

Eden Pennycott
Oliver Beales
Ebony Down
Isabel Gallagher
Natasha Atwall
Ben Haley
Pixie Smith

Articles

The Teen Who Fought and Won
Homosexuality: It’s OK!
Mental Health
Who Should Be the 5th Face on Mount Rushmore
Dyslexia


Reports from previous years

2016

 

Our reporters:

Eden Pennycott, Year 8:

“Hello! My name is Eden and I am 12 years old. In my spare time, I write stories. I wanted to do School Report because it would let me practise a different style of writing, rather than just fiction.”

Isabel Gallagher, Year 7:

Hello! My name is Isabel and I am 11 years old. I love to write and report so I joined Journalism Club where I learnt how to be part of BBC School Report.”

Marissa Ansell, Year 7:

“Hello, my name is Marissa Ansell and I am 12 years old. I wanted to do School Report because I like writing and want to know what it is like to be a journalist.”

Macey Alford, Year 7:

“Hi, my name is Macey. I’m 11 years old and in year 7. In my spare time I enjoy reading books and writing short stories. I want to do BBC News Day because I feel that doing it is a great way to express yourself.”

Robyn Pettard, Year 8:

“My name is Robyn and I’m in year 8. In my spare time I like to go scuba-diving and listen to what my friends consider ‘bad music’. I also like to read and eat any food that’s available! I thought that School Report would be something fun and interesting to do.”

 


2015

 

 

BBC News Report Part 1

BBC News Report Part 2

The news team has now  completed their report after a day of preparation in the newsroom. You can listen to their report by clicking on the links above.