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ON THIS DAY
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17:03 GMT, Friday, 3 October 2008 18:03 UK
How News Day on 22 March unfolded
Over 100 UK schools made and broadcast their own news, including interviews with political party leaders.
News Day - hour by hour
Highlights of the day
Party leaders face pupils' questions
Tony Blair, David Cameron and other political leaders answer children's concerns.
School TV reporters go on air
BBC technology producer Andrew Webb joined a TV news team in London.
School Reporters go mobile
Pupils recorded interviews and scripts on their mobile phones.
Multilingual School Report
Students presents the news reports in a variety of languages.
Time on air for good behaviour
Student uncovers slave descent
Pupils win pledge on facilities
Friendships made and lost
Sea cadets react to sailor deaths
Teens talk to BBC chief
Hadley 'becoming a ghost town'
Pupils back education to age 18
Asylum seeker's case probed
Pupil wins bus fare campaign
Inspiration in the family
Head hits out at poor parenting
WHAT IS SCHOOL REPORT?
Hundreds of UK schools making news on TV, radio and online
Involves 12 and 13-year-olds
Helped by BBC journalists
Leading to a annual UK-wide News Day
Thursday 13 March 2008
School Report explained
How to sign up
See which schools have published news on their websites.
Views on the news
Pupils talk to Huw Edwards about what makes the news
School Reporters around the UK
News Day activities at a school
Checkin' him out
Lil' Chris reveals the one thing he'd most like to change
Pupils in south London report the stories that matter to them
Boycie reveals all
TV actor tells students of his worst on-screen moment
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