Chris Hoy helped launch National School Sport Week in England and Wales at Southfields Community College in south London. He explained that the aim of the week was to introduce young people to different types of sport
School Reporters James, Evie, Tim, Sam, Matt, Eleanor and Shaun reported on Swavesey Village College's annual sports day. They produced online and video reports about the inter-house competition and were on the spot to report on the winning results!
Katie and Joe from Billericay School report on a sports day surprise: "Strange noises were heard over the PA. Suddenly the Headteacher and deputies start dancing. Soon over 100 staff join in an amazing flashmob to launch our countdown to London 2012!"
Olympic mascot Wenlock visited Beauchamps High School, Essex. Charlotte, Cameron, Fraser and Sarah report that "Olympic rings on his wrists, the 2012 logo and a London cab are essential parts of his design and help capture the essence of the hosting city."
Charis and Tharini from St Marylebone School were roving reporters at London Youth Games School Games event held at Crystal Palace on Friday 1 July, 2011.
Paralympian David Weir was one of the sport stars Zara, Charis and Tharini from St Marylebone School interviewed. He told them how he had competed at the London Youth Games when he was younger.
Abbot's Hill School Reporters Elizabeth and Olivia had an exclusive interview with Dame Kelly Holmes when she came to open their new school sports hall. They said she was "really inspiring" to talk to.
During Tendring Technology College's sports day, School Reporters Kieran and Ashley, from Year 9, said: "The day went as planned and the weather held, even though the forecast promised heavy showers - and was a great success!"
The sports reporters from Whitley Abbey relax after a busy day of journalism. When asked what advice they would give other reporters, Lauren said: "You have to enjoy it!"
Whitley Abbey Business and Enterprise College School Reporters have been attending a festival of sport in Coventry. Andrew, from Year 9, has been mentoring Aaron, from Year 7, while they put the final touches to their report.
The Torch arrived and was welcomed by Bullers Wood head teacher Mr Cross. School Reporters interviewed head of PE Mrs Williams, who said: "The visit of the 1948 Torch has made me and the school really feel part of the build-up to the 2012 Olympics".
Another torch, the original 1948 Olympic Torch, is on it's way to Bullers Wood School in Kent. Rafa and Laila said: "Its really exciting to take part. Hopefully we will be able to welcome the 2012 Torch next year when it makes its way around the UK!"
Megan and fellow Southfields Community College reporter, Zumra, also 12, were thrilled to hold a replica of the official London 2012 Olympic Torch, which arrived at their school for the start of National School Sport Week.
Hamilton College student Ashleigh is training to compete at the International Children's Games in Lanarkshire this August. She said, "I train four or five times a week and I really enjoy it."
This week many schools are hosting school Sports Days including The Billericay School in Essex. Pupil Lily said: "Not only are you doing loads of fun activities but you're doing it with your friends. Everyone participates side by side with each other."
"My children are older than you!" said Olympic Gold Medallist triple jumper Jonathan Edwards when 12-year-old Megan from Southfields Community College quizzed him about his life.