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BBC News School Report

 

2018

Please see below the articles and audio report by our 2018 journalists:

Eden, Year 10
Oliver, Year 10
Ben, Year 9
Ebony, Year 9
Isabel, Year 9
Taya, Year 9

Articles

Should Sign Language be Taught in Schools?
Top 15 Films in 2017 According to Critics

Audio Report

Should Sign Language be Taught in Schools?


Reports from previous years

2017

Please see below the articles created by our journalists:

Eden, Year 9
Oliver, Year9
Ebony, Year 8
Isabel, Year8
Natasha, Year 8
Ben, Year 8
Pixie, Year 7

Articles

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

2016

 

Our reporters:

Eden, 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, 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, Year 7:

“Hello, my name is Marissa 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, 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, 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.