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Kidbrooke School Reporters go live on BBC London

School Reporters at the Maritime Museum
School Reporters from Kidbrooke School took part in a BBC London show

By Chloe, Jimi, Ciaron and Rayyan
School Reporters from Kidbrooke School, South London

Students from Kidbrooke School in South London went to the Maritime Museum in Greenwich to watch and participate in a live debate on BBC London Radio called 'London 2012: What's in it for you?'.

The programme was hosted by Vanessa Feltz and a panel of well known people such as Lord Sebastian Coe, comedian Tony Hawks and famous Paralympian Bronze Medallist Ade Adepitan took part.

It was an exciting experience for the students to ask well known people questions and to be "listened to and recognised".

Indeed Bronze Medallist Ade Adepitan listened to Ciaron's point about not going to the 2012 games and instead watching it on the TV, and he said that would inspire him.

Overall, it was an enjoyable opportunity to have experienced, despite sitting down for 3 hours!




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