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School Reporters are ready for work!
More than 30,000 pupils from around the UK turned their classrooms into newsrooms as they made the news for real.

School Reporter in Norfolk investigates shotgun certificates Young guns
Why are children learning to shoot?

Aerial view of red sludge Red sludge
Teenagers in Hungary reflect on the spillage.

child looks at mobile phone and holds crucifix Survey revealed
Insight into life of young people.

Three School Reporters from St Albans School at England's training camp at London Colney England uncovered
Behind the scenes with football stars.

Tinie Tempah Tempah wishlist
Rapper wants to work with Adele.

Dame Kelly Holmes Leading the way
Dame Kelly to be 2012 mentor.


AUDIO AND VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
BBC TV report on School Report Survey.
Pupils find out what makes science cool
Hackney boy talks to BBC Radio 4.
Emmanuel Jal on how he ran away from life as a child soldier.
BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine on his long career.
School Report question asked in Parliament


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School Reporters from Wootton Bassett School asked local people about their views on the planned closure of RAF Lyneham
BBC Breakfast presenter Richard Westcott on his memorable second visit to School Reporters in Wiltshire town.
For School Report, Georgia and her grandfather Henry visit dancehalls in Dudley which have since closed down.
Tanni Grey Thompson on building on 2012.
Actor David Hayman tells pupils about children's charity.
World champion quizzed

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