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Pupils telling stories for BBC School Report 2011
BBC News teams across the UK are involved in BBC School Report
BBC News teams across the UK are involved in BBC School Report

BBC News School Report is taking place at schools across London once again.

This is an annual project involving thousands of students aged between 11 and 14 in hundreds of UK schools.

With support from BBC staff and partners, teachers help students develop their journalistic skills to become School Reporters.

Students will learn how to produce either a radio news bulletin, local website news, or a television broadcast, in just one day.

Those who take part simultaneously create video, audio and text-based news reports, and publish them on their school website.

Sign up and take part

If you would like to sign your school up for the 2011-12 project, please click on the link below:

Last year's school report

Among the stories that school pupils covered in 2010 include an investigation into the causes of unhappiness, what's it like going to an all girls Islamic school and even an interview with an England and Premiership footballer.


Peter Crouch interview for School Report

Tottenham Hotspur player Peter Crouch scored a hit with pupils from north London when they interviewed him as part of BBC School Report.

Year 7 pupils Reshad and Beritan, from Northumberland Park Community School in Tottenham, filmed the interview for BBC London News and recorded a radio interview for BBC London 94.9 at White Hart Lane, the home of Spurs.

What is BBC News School Report?
05 Oct 11 |  School Report
Teachers' feedback
02 Jun 09 |  School Report
Meet the School Report team
19 Jul 11 |  Contact us
Frequently asked questions
11 Jul 11 |  School Report
Register for School Report 2011-12
21 Dec 10 |  School Report


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