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In pictures: BBC News School Report Day

Sam and Bryony, Fort Hill Community School, Basingstoke

BBC School Report news day saw kids doing their own reporting. Here Sam and Bryony check the papers before a meeting at Fort Hill Community School, Basingstoke.

Brentside High School reporters getting ready to start

Brentside High School reporters getting ready to start. Ayan, Adrionna, Alexandria, Sandra, James, Miles, Tariq, Benazir, Jamie, all aged 12, are pictured.

Tom and Rachel, both 15, from St Thomas More Catholic College in Stoke on Trent

Tom and Rachel, both 15, from St Thomas More Catholic College in Stoke on Trent interview English teacher Miss Clarke on whether 'average' students get less attention.

Chloe, 12, from St Thomas More Catholic College

Chloe, 12, from St Thomas More asks local businessman and Stoke City FC chairman Peter Coates whether she would need a degree to become successful.

Louis, 12, from St Thomas More Catholic College

Louis, 12, again from St Thomas More finds out from car salesman Rob Dawson why people consider cars to be an object of beauty.

Jake and Simon, both 12, from Wigmore High School

Jake and Simon, both 12, from Wigmore High School talk to John Challis - "Boycie" from Only Fools and Horses.

Chris-Anne, Mirsada & Florence from Eltham Hill Technology College

Chris-Anne, Mirsada & Florence from Eltham Hill Technology College.

Helen Boaden with Aisha from Sion Manning

Aisha from Sion Manning School talks with Helen Boaden from BBC News.

Steve Pound gives an exclusive interview to Sebi and Zaara

Steve Pound gives an exclusive interview to Sebi and Zaara of Drayton Manor High School.

Children from the Inverness Royal Academy

Inverness Royal Academy call it a wrap after 10 minute bulletin at 14:00. Eilidh, Karen, Maree, Jo, Anna, Eimenn, Elaine and Sean, all aged 13, are pictured.

Poltair School, St Austell, Cornwall

Matt, Emily and Pete (at the back) Brandon and Ashley the newsreaders (at the front) from the Poltair School, St Austell, Cornwall.






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