21st March. Students are making the news for real today as they take part in BBC News School Report.
We appeared at 13.22 on the live BBC news feed at 13:22 - here is the team.
HGSS took part in the BBC News School Report. Students made news for real as they took part in BBC News School Report.
Here are the stories the teams generated (all pdf files 35kb to 260kb) - Well done to everyone:
Twitter in politics
Ringing the changes on mobile phones in school?
Making a MFL compulsory at GCSE
Children safety on the internet
Horsemeat and school canteens
School uniforms on the rise
Red noses in school
Is it a good thing to stay on after 16 at school?
The truth about internet safety
A wonderful sound for the ears - school concert
The 2012 News Team
The teams hard at work:
Here are a couple of the articles we published:
Emily dives deep into success
New blood drug could save 5,00 strokes a year
Interviewing Mr Jones (Headteacher) about News reporters interviewing Lab technician Dr Morton
the school's involvement in Sports Relief about the breakthrough drug which may help prevent 5,000 strokes a year.
Students from HGSS school made news for real today as we took part in BBC News School Report, see the articles below.
The class taking a break from their News School Report preparations.
On 15th March we worked on some great stories, here are some of the finished articles (all MS-Word documents):
Sporting talent makes a splash! (1.9MB)
Radiation water fear (65kb)
Under 10's licensed for shotguns (171kb)
Fern's "New Beginnings" (47kb)
Here is the busy newsroom: