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Last Updated: Thursday, 28 February 2008, 18:40 GMT
Web launch in Northern Ireland
Pupils from Little Flower Girls School and Belfast Boys Model School interviewed Northern Ireland Minister for Culture, Arts and Leisure, Edwin Poots, in the BBC Stormont Live Studio
Interview: Northern Ireland Minister for Culture, Arts and Leisure
It is now possible to keep up-to-date with School Report in Northern Ireland via a dedicated BBC website.

The BBC Northern Ireland School Report site, which launched on Tuesday 26 February, provides information about 12 schools taking part in the news-making initiative.

It contains student profiles, and diaries, projects and reports from students at:

  • Belfast Boys' Model School, Belfast
  • Newtownhamilton High School, County Down
  • Assumption Grammar School, Ballynahinch
  • Strangford Integrated College, Carrowdore
  • St Catherine's College, Armagh
  • Tor Bank Special School, Belfast
  • Wallace High School, Lisburn
  • Limavady High School, Limavady
  • Glengormley High School, Newtownabbey
  • St Cecilia's College, Londonderry
  • St Joseph's Boys School, Derry
  • Little Flower Girls' School, Belfast
The website will also feature School Reporters who are broadcasting on the Hugo Duncan, Alan Simpson and Stephen Nolan radio show between 10-14 March, and on BBC Newsline on Thursday 13 March - the UK-wide News Day.

After the news, viewers will be able to see behind the School Report scenes using the red button service.

In addition, the BBC Northern Ireland News website will report on news-making activities in schools throughout the week of School Report News Day.



SEE ALSO
Regional School Report sites go live
11 Feb 08 |  School Report



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