Award-winning reporters from St Mary's CE Primary School in Cambridgeshire enjoyed a tour of the BBC's Television Centre in London
The news team at the school scooped seven first places in a journalism competition run by Making the News - a free online News project funded by the DfES
Vicki, Toni, Victoria, Emma, Alice and Sophie, aged 10 and 11, used the opportunity to interview Newsround presenter Gavin Ramjaun
They also interviewed Newsround editor Tim Levell before visiting the gallery where they saw the live TV bulletin being broadcast
The school news team, who have written 197 online reports since September 2006, are planning to write several more reports about their tour which took in the Blue Peter garden
Alice, Emma and Sophie hunted for fish in the Blue Peter pond...
Sophie tried on a pair of boxing gloves in the BBC props room...
Emma and Toni tried to sneak a peek at the celebrity using this dressing room...
and Emma recorded a script to be used in Monday's Newsround programme
The reporters spotted Graham Norton in the corridor and watched from an observation gallery as acrobats rehearsed for his show When Will I Be Famous
They wondered if the shoes they had collected for Blue Peter's Shoe Biz Appeal were in this pile waiting to be recycled to raise money for children in Malawi
The pupils also enjoyed meeting Pudsey Bear after conducting - and reporting on - several fundraising activities at their school