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Catmose College pupils turn reporters to deliver the news

Catmose College reporters
Catmose College reporters

Pupils from Catmose College recently took part in the BBC School News Report for the seventh year in a row.

During the day the pupils learned about how to create a BBC news broadcast, from writing scripts and keeping up with the latest stories, to interviewing and filming.

Their stories ranged from ‘Should you support your local sports team over the glory teams’, keeping fit using smart bracelets or apps, vLoggers, going without tech for a day, an interview with a pupil who has been involved with BBC School News Report for five years and a look back over the school’s own involvement.

Year 7 pupil, Katie Weston, 12, said: “My favourite part was doing all the reporting and finding the information for our report on supporting your local team.”


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