Hundreds of UK schools have been making news on TV, radio and online and have been sending us their photos. Students from Nab Wood School in Cottingley are preparing for their news bulletin.
The young reporters at Dormers Wells High School in Ealing, London, are working hard at preparing their radio and online pieces for the day.
The news team at Cranborne Middle School has been very busy reporting on everything from bullying, litter, OfSted inspections to the credit crunch, 2012 Olympics and Jade Goody.
Students at Fernwood School in Nottingham are fine tuning their mixing abilities before the presenters start their run through for a live broadcast this afternoon.
Young reporters from the Carluke High School in South Lanarkshire going out and about for School Report News Day.
An online reporter at Diss High School in Norfolk is conducting a phone interview for their story about Lego plastic blocks.
In Oldham, North Chadderton School reporters research their stories and proudly show their press passes.
Daniel is on the camera at St Aidan's Technology College in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire.
The Duston School reporters have had a hectic day writing articles on knife crime, how the credit crunch affects horses and the comeback of Michael Jackson.
At Johnstone High School in Renfrewshire pupils are trying to get their stories ready for the deadline.
The busy newsroom at Horsforth School in Leeds. The young reporters have been filming vox pops and pieces to camera.
Twenty pupils are taking part in School Report News Day in Gloucester School in Hohne. To see more pictures click on the picture gallery on the bottom right hand side.