Teachers' resources

Page last updated at 13:52 GMT, Friday, 18 January 2013

School Reporters preparing to go to Downing Street
School Report has moved to a revamped website with a fresh new look! Go to our updated teacher resources page to access clearer, better resources for your school.

A School Reporter does an interview
In-depth guides to key skills and tricks of the trade to help your reports stand out from the crowd
Advice on how to set up and run the project
Ideas for upcoming events to report on through the year
Guidance to help explain journalistic principles
Stay the right side of the law with School Report
How older students can take part in the project
How to create a dedicated news web page
The resources are designed to give teachers the support they need to run the project
They are divided into structured lesson plans and a pick and mix section which allows teachers to create bespoke lessons
Video masterclasses with BBC journalists are also available for real-life insight
And the learning can be recapped in a series of quizzes

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