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Contact the School Report team

Helen Shreeve, Editor and Project Leader

If you wish to contact the School Report team, there are three options to chose from:

If you are a student with an enquiry, please ask your teacher to e-mail on your behalf.

If you have a question, you may find the answer is covered in our Frequently Asked Questions page.

If your enquiry concerns another aspect of the BBC, please visit this BBC Feedback page. Please note that if your question is not about BBC News School Report we are unable to send you a reply.

You can also contact the School Report team by e-mailing us at We are grateful for your feedback.

If you are a teacher you can register for School Report 2012/13 using the form below.

A member of the School Report team will contact you in the summer term with information on how to take part.

If you are not a teacher, but you would like your school to be involved, print off this leaflet and hand it in.


If you wish to send a question or comment, please provide us with the following information:

Your Email address
Your School
Your comment

The BBC may edit your comments and not all emails will be published. Your comments may be published on any BBC media worldwide.


The School Report team would really like to know what teachers and students think about the project.

Please complete the BBC questionnaire, which will be sent directly to the School Report team.

BBC evaluation questionnaire

Are you a teacher or a student?

1. Since working on School Report, are you more interested in the news?

2. What was the most memorable moment of School Report? Please describe.

3. In a week, how often do you watch BBC TV, listen to BBC radio or browse BBC websites?

4. How likely are you to tell your friends to do a BBC project like School Report, where 10 is very likely and 1 is not at all likely?

5. After taking part in School Report, do you like the BBC:

6. "This project is the kind of thing the BBC should be doing". How much do you agree?

7. Further comments you would like to add.

The BBC may edit your comments and not all emails will be published. Your comments may be published on any BBC media worldwide.


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