BBC News School Report
What is the BBC News School Report?
BBC News School Report gives 11-16 year-old students in the UK the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. Using lesson plans and materials from this website, and with support from BBC staff and partners, teachers help students develop their journalistic skills to become School Reporters.
In March, schools take part in an annual News Day, simultaneously creating video, audio and text-based news reports, and publishing them on a school website, to which the BBC aims to link.
The number of polar bears are predicted to decrease by 30% by 2050. This is mostly due to climate change, created by humans.
The new pound coin will be introduced into our coinage circulation on the 28th March 2017 at the end of the month. The decision to replace the current one pound coin was made in 2014, mainly as a result of this astounding statistic: 1:30 of these coins are counterfeit.
Research has shown that mental health in young people is far more widespread than previously thought. Statistics show that the proportion of 15/16 year olds reporting that they often feel anxious or depressed has doubled in the last 30 years.
The Oxford Dictionary defines health as being in a good physical or mental condition; in good health. It can also be associated with appetite and appearance. Health is very important in life
The art of music has been around since early BC years. Historians believe that the first forms of instrumental music were drum- based; made from resources accessible at the time, such as animal skin, rock and sticks- materials from the homosapien era.
here has been a drastic change in the world’s environmental state over a number of years. The state has affected animals, their food and habitat. Some believe that the change is natural and was meant to happen even if humans weren’t involved
Brexit has been a huge event in British History. The vote took place on June 23rd 2016, allowing voters from the age of 18 from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to vote
This March, a new law was passed relating to safe travel for children. Booster seats are a familiar necessity to many young children in the United Kingdom, however new restrictions have meant that many children who would not normally need a booster seat find themselves in confusion about whether they need to use one and how the new law will affect them.