A school in Worcestershire has taken part in the BBC's School Report Day where the pupils turned a classroom into a newsroom.
Below are other reports from Scotland, Northern Ireland and the English regions showing what students in each area have been doing for School Report.
As part of the BBC's School Report day, pupils from Stoke High School in Ipswich were given the opportunity to interview the public.
A website has been launched to help teenagers deal with cyber-bullying.
School pupils on the Isle of Wight have made a short film about the island as part of School Report News Day.
Children from around the West help make Points West as part of the BBC's School Report scheme.
Two pupils from Ashfield Boys' School in Belfast talk to Political Correspondent Martina Purdy about their experiences of BBC School Report day.
A snapshot of how schoolchildren who are carers for their parents have balanced schoolwork with looking after their loved ones.
Pupils from across southern England have been taking part in School Report News Day 2009.
Students in Scotland from Woodmill High in Dunfermline and Gleniffer High School, Paisley, have interviewed Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.
Children from schools in the West have joined the Points West newsroom as part of a BBC project called School Report.
Mayor Boris Johnson has being answering to pupils on the London Olympics and youth crime in interviews with children taking part in the BBC's School Report project.
Ten students from Exmouth Community College asked questions of the chancellor Alistair Darling at 11 Downing Street.
Students at Top Valley School and Engineering College in Nottingham have asked for a new school uniform.
A Cambridgeshire schoolboy has been given the chance to experience life as a political reporter in Westminster.