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School Report Shout Out Wall

School Reporters

Well done to all the School Reporters out there for your hard work.

With over 800 schools out there making the News today we have had loads of great Shout Outs.

Can you find your school on the Shout Out Wall?

One final shout out to round up the day. Congratulations to all the School Reporters who have taken part in BBC News School Report 2011 - you've been brilliant! From the School Report Team

What a day for Gresham's Prep School! We have an exclusive interview with England rugby player, Ben Youngs; latest farming update from Norfolk farmers and to top it all the BBC News crews came to film and record our feature on the Shot gun license update. A fantastic day for Gresham's Prep School- watch out for us on BBC Newsround and BBC Radio Norfolk! From Vicki Harvey-Seldon

A shout out to the students of the John Fisher School. Our broadcast is complete and will be going onto our webpage very soon indeed. From Mr Lawrence.

Finally finished, students gone home, staff now exhausted and going home too! Debbie Twell, The Hayfield School

We've come to the end of our day and boy what a day's it has been. We've done two short films, 3 online articles and two radio broadcasts (covering local, national and international news). We've had a range of interviews and one of our students was also broadcast live on radio five live...we're all buzzing here at St Catherine's. Roll on next year! From Sophie Simpson

We really enjoyed the day and are very pleased with what we learned and the work the boys produced. We are very keen to participate again next year- the students loved it! Mary Fleming, De La Salle College

BBC mentor Jo Holland wants to thank teacher Emily Holland and all the girls at Camden School for Girls for all their hard work, overcoming technical difficulties and generally putting everything they had into their bulletin!

The pupils did very well considering this was the first time they and I have embarked on anything like this. Thanks for the great opportunity that BBC School News Report presented us with and I hope to make it bigger and better next year! From Miss Faustina Cofie, Maghull High School

A big congratulations to all Beauchamps High School students involved with the BBC School News Report for the first time! There are some fantastic video reports uploaded to try to change people's opinions of Essex people with the theme of "Nah mate.. this is Essex!" Well done from Miss Cope, Mrs Acton, Mr Jacobs, Miss King and Miss Mills.

Well done to all the School Reporters at Cirencester Kingshill School! From Mr Coates

Hello to Tonbridge Grammar School, working hard on our BBC school new report! We would like to say a massive thank you to; Harriet, Claudia, Isabel, Olivia, Chess, Katie, Hannah, Brittany, Niamh, Saskia, Ashley, Emma, Georgina, Ella, Jess, Katie, Hollie, Harriet, Caitlin, Samantha and Rachel for all their hard work to create their stories from Liz Taylor's Death to the latest news on the Royal Wedding. Brilliant fun! From Mrs Twinam

Its been very hectic here all day with a roving reporters working hard to finish their radio show! Good Luck from J. Woods and all of the staff at Archbishop Beck Catholic Sports College

All the pupils have really enjoyed their day and even asked if they can do it again next year! From Bernadette Ryder, Heathfield School

Well done to all of the Monkseaton Middle reporters; it's sounding great! And thanks to Mr Marron and Mr Jones for organising for us to be part of it all! From Phillipa

We all are very happy as finally everything falls into place the downloads are done. Every student and teacher that is part off the BBC project at Holy family Catholic School Keighley are all very happy that the project is finally done. I would like to say that everyone at Holy family Keighley is ecstatic with the final result of our project! From Liam.

Our team at Hounsdown have now completed their final reports, and have uploaded them to our website. They have done a brilliant job today and can't wait to do it all over again next year! L.Roe

Well done to all involved - we have enjoyed seeing what other schools have covered, and look forward to our next Report Day! From Stephen Owen, Humanities Teacher, Culcheth High School

Our whole school have watched our news report and they all thought it was fantastic. We were all very nervous but enjoyed it all. Even the stress! A big thank you to everyone at Melland High School who helped us with our report. See you on the next report in 2012! From Media Crew - Abbie, Alex, Jack, Kyle, Tyrone and Mrs O'Kane

The students have been proof reading, collecting information and making audio for BBC Radio Devon. We have all been working on different stories including the Olympics, the Diamond Jubilee and Japan. We are very nervous and excited about the "BIG BAD DEADLINE". From B. Whittleworth, Ivybridge Community College

Hello to Musselburgh Grammar School where the School Report team were interrupted by three fire alarms. "The atmosphere in our news room is certainly tense at moment!" says Miss Forster

What a fantastic day! Well done to all Diss High students! From Miss Johnson

We've all had a fantastic day reporting the news. Our girls had a great time meeting the Prime Minister last week. Mr Marron and Mr Jones would like to thank all this year's BBC School Reporters for being the best batch yet. Well done everyone. From Monkseaton Middle School.

All the teachers (including myself!) are VERY proud of the Swavesey Village College students and what they've produced today!! From Katie Dennis, Teacher of English

To all the Year 9s at Sawtry CC who have been working hard on their news reports and the Year 10s helping! Keep it up! From F. Powell

Hi to all the pupils in Brentford School for Girls, we're glad you enjoyed our school report! From Mr. Modasia

Congratulations and well done to all the BBC School reporters at St John Plessington Catholic College in the Wirral. It's been a long day but we have made it. From Peadar McLoughlin.

On behalf of The Kimberley School could you please give a shout out for all the amazing things we are doing today! We have sent two students to find David Cameron and Nick Clegg who are today visiting Nottingham, We have also arranged interview with Clarie Young former runner up on the Appentice, please give us a mention! From Alex, Year 8 on behalf of The BBC School Report Team at The Kimberley School.

Well done all the students who put together our school report today. A great job - proud of you! Mrs Puckering and Miss Dooley, The Giles School.

Would just like to say a big shout out to The Angmering School and all its awesome students… 11 minutes to go! From Julie

Well done to all the year 8 students at Wales High School it as gone perfectly so far. Keep it up! From James Clow and all the staff

Well done to the Walton High news team - footage is being frantically edited as I write. Special thanks to Joseph Webber for all his hard work on the blog, micro-blog and media site for the uploading! From James

It is a hive of activity at Pontypridd High School.......Roving Reporters Ready!!! From D. Davies

We are having so much fun and learning lots at the City Learning Centre, Eston. It has been a really great day, thank you BBC! From Anne, Huntcliff School.

A big well done to all of year 7 for producing our news report. We all did really well, and we worked as a team. I bet ours is going to be AMAZING! From Rachael, St Thomas More.

Well done to all of the pupils at St Bede's Catholic College in Bristol - you've been amazing. From Gavin.

Go Grey Coat, Go!!! We currently have 150 Year 9 students busy reporting on the news. Well done everyone - keep up the hard work until the deadline. From Ms Maljee and Ms Langton.

Hello to the School Report Group at Barnard Castle School! From Miss L.V. Richardson

We have stopped for a teabreak so we can eat one of our reporters delicious lemon and orange drizzle cakes! From Brooke, The Coleshill School

Well done and congratulations for the brilliant hard work of the All Saints BBC School Report team. This has been amazing and it's all down to you who have researched, edited and presented. I cannot thank or commend you enough! From Miss Hewitt.

Stretford Grammar are coming up to the first run through for this afternoon - good luck everyone! From Mr Nicholson

Good luck to all students at The Elmgreen School taking part in BBC School Report - H. Foster

Shout out to the students of SJB who are feverishly working away at articles of the this space! From Mrs J Luscombe

Students from Stokesley School have had great fun doing their interviews! All of the students are working hard creating exciting news reports. Keep up the good work! From Miss L Petite

Hi from Ormiston Bushfield Academy we are getting along nicely hope you are too! We are on target to upload by 2pm. Looking forward to watching what everyone else has been up to on this exciting day! From Benjamin.

Hello to the girls from Bullers Wood School from Miss Provost and Miss Rees. They are currently writing letters to Japanese school children as part of a news report already recorded with Noel Thatcher, 5 time Paralympic gold medallist, on the devastation in the country.

All year 7 reporting team at Burnage are working really hard to meet the deadline and finish the story. Good Luck! From Liza Todd

Hollie, Molly, Megan, Anna, Georgia, Ellie, Rebecca, De-Anna, Emma, Danielle and Chloe at Swanwick Hall School are working hard investigating geographical news stories - well done! From Miss Ellis

At Preston Manor High School in Wembley reporters Vivek, Fahad, Charlotte and Dewanshi covered Libya, Japan, Local library closures and Wembley Stadium ticket prices. Special features are about newts, the local team QPR, Xbox 360 versus PS3, and what teachers looked like as kids. The presenters today are Mica and Dishita. News editor is Rewaj and Kushal. OB leader is Vaishali. And weather reporter Tijuan. Sports reporter is Rahim. And Joseph our year 8 mentor. Special thanks to Trish, Savaas, and especially Miss Underwood.

"Well done to everyone involved in S2 from Gourock High" says Miss Gilchrist. "Everyone is working very hard and enjoying the day a lot!"

Good luck to all the pupils at Musselburgh Grammar School - Miss Forster

Shout-out to all the reporters and editors in the St.Augustine's newsroom today. Lauren, Lucy, Matthew, Will, Joe, Robert, Niamh, Lauren, Jess, Johndy, Lucy, Liam, Lily, Zoe and Rachel are all working hard, led by our wise heads of newspaper Mrs. Davis and Miss Joshua.

Hello to Alsager High School who are building up to the deadline. We are confident about our story and have a got a strong point that may push us towards getting our story on to the televison and onto the news! From Nathan, Year 9

Hi and good luck to all the pupils from The Grange School in Dorset who are busy investigating what the school is doing as a sports specialist college, both in school and in the local community. Keep up the great work!! R. Haddow

Good luck to pupils at Westminster City School. We are making great progress on the school report. Being the first journalists here, it is proving to be an exciting day and a nice change to our normal school lives! From James

Breaking news at Oswestry School includes interviews with one of our pupil's who has just been appointed Lord Lieutenant cadet for the county and recent pupil trips to the battlefields of the Somme and the Aushwitz heritage centre. Great work years 8 and 9! From Mr Biles-Liddell.

A massive 'Good Luck' to all the pupils at Ysgol y Gader who are involved in School Report today, from Sue Ellis.

Hello to Bennerley Business and Enterprise College who are working really hard on their school report! We wish them lots of luck! From Katie Hughes

Miss Cofie would like to say well done and good luck to all the pupils at Maghull High School who have worked tirelessly in the run up to their first ever BBC School News Report Day! May it be the first of many!

Shout out to Year 8 students at Uxbridge High who are busily working towards the deadline - panic is setting in! From J Churchill, Teacher of ICT.

Hello! It's Heather from St Wilfrid's Catholic High School here; we're looking forward to the live launch of our news stories. Take a look at our most recent story about our promising sport personalities!

Lots of excitement in the Newsroom at the George Spencer Academy in Stapleford, Nottinghamshire. There were news clips on the BBC Radio Nottingham news bulletins this morning and a live radio car report into the Breakfast Show about the number of pupils who walk to school. The team is working on a news wrap for the one o clock news about the school's 50th anniversary - and putting video reports together. From Marcus Alton - BBC Mentor from Radio Nottingham.

Good Luck to the School Reporters at Saint Peter's Catholic High in Wigan. I am proud of their commitment so far and hope they enjoy a busy working lunch! Mrs Greaves

Big Shout out from Isca College to School News Reporters all over the country! Very excited to see everything coming together later on today - we're re-scripting, rehearsing and feeling a bit nervous! Hope all goes well for all the teams out there!

Shout out to the Norwood School they are doing an amazing job. We're about to start our first run through! From Ms Slater.

Miss L Petite says reporters atStokesley School are covering London 2012 Olympics, new media and technology, the litter picking programme at our school, the Budget and energy efficiency in our school. It's going to be a busy day!

Hello it's Charlotte and Demi here reporting from Lewisham City Learning Centre, we are the press officers for today! Four schools have come to produce a live broadcast at 2:00pm. There are students here from Bonus Pastor Catholic College,Prendergast Hilly Fields College, Conisborough College and Pendragon School.

Hi to Clacton County High School! Keep up the amazing work, interviewing important people, filming local news and representing our school. Jamie, Callum, Lewis, Michael, Harrison, George, Oliver, Aidan... and get well soon, Joe! From Mrs Booth-Rylett

Hello from Chis and Sid! We are all working very hard and enjoying the day. We can't wait to see everyone's final projects. We have a variety of stories we are reporting on including Liz Taylor death, Sport news and female rights! From Danielle and Kate

Yr 7 School Reporters from Walworth Academy in south London have got a helping hand from Radio 1xtra presenter Chi Chi this morning. They are currently busy researching their stories about how the budget cuts are going to affects sixth formers. They are also doing a story about a local pub where Mohammed Ali used to train.

A big shout out and good luck for Year 8 Marlborough School Science College's first BBC School Report from Assistant Headteacher Mr Fitzgibbon!

Castlehead High say "One story finished, two to go! 2pm deadline, here we come!" Now that is fighting talk!

Good luck to all the Y9 Young Journalists at Castleford High from Mr Prinsep!

Hello to Form II of Lavant House - good luck for the day! From Helen Williams, Head of ICT.

Jessica Lake says St. Augustine's news team is working hard. The main interviews have been recorded and are undergoing intense editing! Well done team!

Good luck to all who are doing the BBC School Report, from Ben Whitehead at Wales High School.

Miss Lockhart would like to say well done to her year 9 class at Biddenham International School and Sports College who are working so hard in completing the news. Keep up the great work!

To all my brilliant students at Big Wood. I am so proud of you! Miss Corrigan. Watch us live at 1.30 East Midlands Today!

Hello to Year 8 School Reporters at Huxlow Science College in Irtlingborough. AKA The Irthlings! From Miss Harrison.

Congratulations to all the hard work at Bishop's Hatfield Girls School! Thank you from Courtney and Twinz.

Miss Candlin would like to give a big shout to the students at Sandon doing the news report! Good luck!

Please say a big message of good luck to the Townley Grammar School BBC News School Report 'Team BBCGGE' - reports include Comic Relief, a report on a creative careers day and some breaking sports news!

Miss Lowe would like to wish all the Brimsham Green School reporters good luck!

Keep going BBEC, you are all doing a fantastic job!!!Keep an eye on the clock! From all the staff at Buttershaw Business & Enterprise College.

Hello to Year 7 Open Academy reporters who are working really hard on getting their stories together! Their stories include Japan, a 24 hour school day happening on 1st April and a SLAM competition where teachers rapped, breakdanced and did graffiti! From Mrs Gibling

Go Wyvern Technology College! We all hope that you enjoy the day!! From your teachers.

Shout out to everyone at Melbourn Village College. Good luck with today! Soph and Ed!

School Reporters from Abbots Hill School say hello to all the other newsrooms out there! They're already done their running order, videoded the weather forecast and mixed their features. Now for the news scripts!

Teacher Rebecca Young says please wish the students at Royds good luck - all 220 of them!

HELLO! from the team here at Archbishop Blanch School! There's lots going on at the's all like a real news team, we're all having so much fun!!" from Ellie and the team

We are busy preparing our script for a close to one take shot for our news report. Already lots of content on the website including an intro for today and had over 100 hits already. Big shout out to all the Students involved and we are all so proud of them - from Mr Quilter at Stanchester Community School.

Gracemount High School wishes everyone good luck with their School Report today!

A group of students at Swavesey Village College are taking part in the BBC School News Report Project today - Sam, Matt, Nathan, Tim and Emily! Best Wishes from Katie Dennis, Teacher of English

Good luck to everyone from Castlehead High! Watch out for our 'neighbours who disappeared' story!

Hello to 9R1 and 9P1 who are gathering the news at Astley Sports College!

Pupils at Jordanhill Primary in Glasgow are working hard preparing their reports for today's news day. Good luck from Miss Edmonstone and Miss Bryson!

Good luck to pupils at Brynmawr Foundation School, who are taking part in BBC School Report for the first time. Watch out for our report on Libya with an interview with someone who knows what it's like to be living in Libya at the moment.

Reporter Liam is interviewing the star guest of the day, Rafe, about his fundraising for Birmingham Children's Hospital at St Augustine's High school! Hello from Jessica Lake!

All 280 Year 7 students and some sixth form mentors from The Billericay School are excited about this years School Report Day. They are off timetable all day in their newsrooms, finding, writing and broadcasting the news via web, audio and video reports. Their teachers want to say 'well done!' for all the hard work so far and 'good luck!' for the day itself!

Can I send a message to the Primary 7 class at Robslee wishing them all the best for their News Day, Thanks, Angela Carmichael

Please could we get a shout out on the website for the students of Southfields Community College who are taking part! From Sabrina

Mr Atikinson wants to say good luck to everyone at St Bede's TV as they start their News Channel

Good Luck from the Stoke on Trent City Learning Centre Team, to all our reporters from The Co-operative Academy at Brownhills; James Brindley High School and Science College; Middlehurst School and Haywood High School and Engineering College.

All the best to Year 8 at Dover College for our first School Report - what teamwork! And to all our friends - don't forget to check out our Webpage on the Dover College website - Year 8. From Miss Binfield

Dartmouth Academy

Georgia: Good luck to everybody in Dartmouth Academy who are doing BBC School News Report.

Ruben: Good luck to my friends who are doing BBC News School Report.

Leah: Good luck to everyone in the BBC News School Report. I hope you do well and enjoy yourself.

Kayleigh: Good luck to everyone from Dartmouth Academy and especially everyone in 081!

Please, give a shout-out to each of the 22 S2 pupils of Gourock High who are taking part in this year's BBC School News Report Day as part of their S2 Business, Enterprise and Finance course.

This will be our last one ever School Report Day before we amalgamated with another local school in the summer to become Clydeview Academy.

Big thanks to Miss Gilchrist and Mr Greenshields who are helping out the pupils today to get the best possible experience and Hugh and Bob who have set up the audio-visual/multimedia news room.

Miss McGonnagle and Miss Smith from King's Road Primary School in Rosyth, want to give a wee mention to our pupils who are taking part in School Report. They would like to wish them all the best and know that they will do a fantastic job and will use of the skills they have been taught throughout the year. Good luck guys and enjoy!!!

Miss Hanks and Miss Sewell would like to wish our news team at The Cotswold School good luck for Thursday.

Please wish the news team at Priory School the best of luck on Thursday, and we hope everyone enjoys the wide variety of stories the reporters have created, from Sofia Dimoglou and Chris Filkins,

Mr Williamson says good luck to all students at Stainburn School and Science College, Workington taking part in their first live broadcast on BBC Radio Cumbria today."

Can you please give a shout out to all Year 9 News Reporters who have done themselves and their school proud. Well done to each and every one. Mrs Garvey

Mrs Bishton wants to wish good luck to the Sheffield Springs Academy team, the school is very proud of what you have already achieved!!!

Good Luck from Mel Ive to all the pupils from St Joseph's Catholic High School - you have worked so hard preparing for today and representing the school and the project around the country!!! Hope it goes well and have FUN!!!

Susie Johnson wants to send a shout out to Diss High School who have got Louise Priest from BBC Look East working with them tomorrow. They were fantastic on the Practice News Day in February; let's hope it can go just as well today in the forecast sunshine!

Miss Johnson Says "Wishing all the BBC School Reporters at Springfield School good luck for their first ever News broadcast. They have worked so hard over the past months learning the necessary skills to be effective news reporters; finding that it is actually an incredibly complex yet exciting process. I know they're all raring to go and can't wait to show others the stories which they've been working on; especially their report on 'Help for Heroes' and the fantastic report on the founders of a new rehabilitation centre for those who need our help. BBC School Report has given them the opportunity to explore new avenues reporting on news which is important to them, producing to inspiring and touching stories."


Can we have a shout out for students at Beauchamps High School in Wickford, Essex - Charlotte D, Charlotte T, Emily, Cameron, Louise, Fraser, Ellen, Melissa and Sarah - You'll see all your hard work come together tomorrow. Good Luck to you all from Sue Acton

Good luck to everyone at Monk's Walk School from Bishop's!

Good luck to year 8 at Bishop's, you are all awesome reporters!

Go 8G! Good luck from Miss Bennett

Go 8B! Good luck from Miss Haseler

Could you please give a HUGE shout out to Shorefields Technology College Year 8 Project Students and the staff, with a special 'Get well soon' to Mrs Lockhart. From Mr Muirhead

Wishing the Catmose College reporters best of luck with their school report today from Ms Smith, Jim, and the rest of the staff. You've been great to work with.


We are the BBC News Report team from The Coleshill School. We are raring to go and are looking forward to meeting the deadline at 2pm with lots of exciting stories!

We also wish all other schools the best of luck with today - we'll see you at the finish line!

The Coleshill Report Team

Please could you wish the students from Lealands High School in Luton good luck for School Report day tomorrow from Miss Bews.


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