BBC School Report

BBC School News Report

BBC School Report gives 11-14 year-old students in the UK the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. Using lesson plans and materials from the BBC website, and with support from BBC staff and partners, teachers can help students develop their journalistic skills to become School Reporters.


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March 21st 2013 students from year 8 and 9 worked to real life deadlines as the part of the BBC School Report. The day was tense, interesting and enjoyable. Take a look at the news that was produced.

Do you really know what is in your food?

Food from Claire on Vimeo.

How much does the Woodcote Rally do for our community?

Woodcote rally from Claire on Vimeo.

Has the Olympic legacy lived on?

Olympic 0001 from Claire on Vimeo.


June: Langtree students research the BBC Archives in Caversham.

Langtree reporters create the news

Watch our news programme produced for the BBC School report using the links below.

Download BBC Report 2012 HQ

Download BBC Report 2012 LQ

Langtree going the extra mile

Read more about the work that Sports Relief and Langtree students are doing to support the cause.

Langtree going the extra mile

Langtree take on the Olympians

Langtree reporters have ben asking tough questions to olympic and paralympic atheletes. Check out our article to find out more.

Langtree Students Takes on Olympians

Olympic gold for East End development

Langtree reporters have been investigating how the Olympics is affecting the people of Britain.

Olympic development article

Street parties strengthen society

Find out what our student reporters think about street parties and the upcoming Diamond Jubilee after a morning of interviewing local residents.

Opinion piece

Royal Jubilee through the generations

Find out why the Diamond Jubilee is so special in this interesting report.

Royal Jubilee through the generations


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