The BBC School Report gives 12 and 14 year olds from UK schools the chance to make their own news at school and to broadcast it for real on the BBC website.
See the Brondesbury College Journalism Club on the BBC Website
Our practice day trial on the proposal for 10 hour school days:
Our second trial run for the 2013-2014 competition:
Our first trial run for the 2013-2014 competition:
Part 1 - School Report 14 February 2013
Part 2 - School Report 14 February 2013
Final Edition 2012-2013: Part 1 - School Report 21 March 2013
Final Edition 2012-2013: Part 2 - School Report 21 March 2013
Mrs. Antabli from the school PTA has created a Journalism club where students learn how to debate and discuss topics, how to conduct a interviews with confidence, how to record the most important points and finally how to edit them. Journalism is mostly about how and when to listen and speak with a way of prioritising the journalistic-style stories. The group meets once a week and sometimes also at lunch times. The lessons are provided in basic journalism skills; such as general vocabulary, writing skills, an introduction to photography. As a group, the club brainstorms story ideas. Students are also involved with creating the school newsletter updates, they extend their reading, writing and research.