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School Report Day: Your pictures III

Sgoil Lionacleit pupils

Hundreds of UK schools spent the day making news on TV, radio and online for School Report News Day. These are the young producers from Sgoil Lionacleit in Benbecula, Western Isles.

Students at White City in London

21CC London and 21CC Salford opened their doors to young reporters who broadcasted their TV reports online.

Park High School pupils

Pupils from the Park High School in Stanmore interview Work minister Tony McNulty at BBC Television Centre in London.

St Peter's High School pupils

The St Peter's High School reporters in Gloucester interview the Rugby Captain for their report about the final of the Under 18s Daily Mail Cup.

King Edward VI pupils

Busy reporters at work at King Edward VI Five Ways School in Birmingham. The pupils pursued an amazing range of stories from the cost of jeans to the cost of footballers.

Meldrum Academy pupils and teachers

The news team at Meldrum Academy in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, show their planning notes.

Saint Roch's students

Pupils at Saint Roch's school in Glasgow celebrate meeting their deadline. They published online stories about the Holland vs Scotland football game, alcohol misuse and the reforming of Spandau Ballet.

Simon Balle School pupils

The young reporters at Simon Balle Secondary school in Hertford celebrate the end of a busy day. See more pictures on the bottom right hand side.

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