Prime Minister David Cameron poses outside 10 Downing Street ahead of a unique press conference with 30 School Reporters from across the UK
School Reporters also get involved in putting questions to Labour leader Ed Miliband at a school in Lambeth
School Reporters explain the intricacies of the scrum under the watchful eye of Bath and England hooker Lee Mears
Annabel and Hannah of Bramcote Park Sports, Business & Enterprise School take part in an intergenerational workshop with Joan Taylor, sister of legendary football manager Peter Taylor
Reporting can be hard - but fun - work. The School Reporters from Avon Valley College in Wiltshire collapse in a heap after a long day filming a report on how children whose parents are in the army are looked after in their school.
Tim and David, from Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Hove, Sussex, meet interviewee Gareth Gates for their report on stammering
School Reporters Georgia and Marcus from St Benedict's School, London took to the Thames to report on Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton's high-wire walk between the chimneys of Battersea Power Station. Watch out their for their final report to follow...
The School Reporters at Gracemount High School in Edinburgh seek inspiration as BBC producer Amanda (back row, centre) comes into the school to help them with their interviews
BBC news anchor Huw Edwards visited The Grey Coat Hospital School to talk the pupils through his preparations for commentating on the forthcoming royal wedding
Six School Reporters from Hounsdown Secondary School visited Testwood Water Supply in Southampton to find out about the process of adding fluoride to tap water.
School Reporters from Emmanuel Middle practise their piece to camera for their report on lollipop ladies
Students from The Coleshill School in Warwickshire went to the Bodyflight centre, which houses powerful wind tunnels and flowboard facilities, in Bedford
School Reporters from Bonus Pastor Catholic College hold their editorial meeting to discuss their story ideas ahead of their Practice News Day
Charlie and Harvey from Catmose College came into BBC Television Centre to spend a Saturday afternoon in the Sport Online office; they wrote a story about Tottenham star Gareth Bale and here they go through the 'subbing' process before it is published
School Reporters from Woolmer Hill Technology College filming their classmates at the local skate park
Sephora and Courtney, from Bonus Pastor Community College in Lewisham, get to grips with filming techniques as they take part in January's practice News Day
Pupils at Hounsdown School investigated the issue of graffiti on their January practice News Day, and they spent time looking at the work of renowned British artist Banksy as part of their research
School Reporters Omari and Sukhpeet were lucky enough to get to interview football superstar David Beckham when they went backstage at the Sports Personality of the Year awards in Birmingham
Sports Personality of the Year presenter Jake Humphrey (right) and the show's producer Carl Doran visited Bartley Green School in Birmingham two days before transmission to answer questions from the School Reporters