Here are our finished reports from today’s fantastic BBC Practice News Day. Well done to our Year 8 and Year 9 teams.
Follow our live feed for all the latest updates on what our Year 8 group report on for their final Practice News Day before the big one in March!
A link to the BBC’s main School Report page is here:
Academy Awards Report
Fifa’s 20th Anniversary
Our reporters are starting to return to the Media Studio and beginning to edit their reports – there has been plenty of debate in the PE department over whether the Fifa games are good for developing sport amongst youngsters, and Mr. Morris has just been interviewed about our recent glowing Ofsted report.
Our reporters are out and about filming their interviews and pieces to camera. Today’s stories include a report about the school’s recent Ofsted visit, a sports report about the science of the penalty shoot-out, a film preview report with awards season looming, a report about Maths results affecting girls and a report about the twentieth anniversary of the Fifa computer game and its social and cultural impact.
Our reporters have watched some of last month’s practice reports, and are now getting some top tips from BBC Look North presenter Mark Tulip ahead of looking over this morning’s papers for ideas on the news storied they could cover today.
It’s another Practice News Day at Marden High, today we are joined by BBC Look North reporters Mark Tulip and Damien O’Neill, sharing their top tips on how to report the news! Keep checking our BBC page and Twitter feed for live updates:
Maintaining our strong links with the BBC, Year 9 and 10 students have been working with BBC journalist Judith Burns on an article about the 1944 Education Act. Look out for the report, including video and audio footage, in the near future.
Here are our final BBC News Day reports, well done Year 8, a hectic but very successful day!