BBC School Report 2014

2015 BBC School Report is coming on the 19th of March, below you can read about last year's BBC School Report!

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ALL LINKS to the BBC SCHOOL REPORT PAGE HERE

2013/14 has been a busy year for the Community Journalism team working with a BBC reporter on different news items. Students have been learning journalism techniques whilst developing their knowledge of the local community. News story items have included, local facilities within Kearsley, the Kearsley environment (with Christine O'Reardon, The Environmental Enforcement Officer from Bolton Council) and the Kearsley School Community. The latest project has seen the team covering the Student Council in their creation of an 'Internet Safety' booklet for parents.

February 2014 - A PRE-NEWS DAY CHALLENGE FOR YOUR SCHOOL REPORTERS

To mark the forthcoming launch of our new School Report mobile website, the BBC have decided to set School Reporters a challenge! We need to make our own microphone cube and then photograph it in the most unusual (but safe!) place our School Reporters can think of in your school. They might put it in the goal of the school football pitch or on the keys of the school piano or maybe you think it would look good on the school gates! Be creative and we will feature the best photos sent into us on our desktop and mobile sites. *Watch this space for updates!

January 2014 - School Council Safer Internet Day Preparations!

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Well Done to our school journalists for putting together information for our Safer Internet Day. We even made the press! Screen_Shot_2014-02-12_at_20.49_.59_.png.
Visit the student council page for the education special in The Bolton News.























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December 2013 - Community Week "Together We Make A Difference"

During Community Week our Community Journalism students were 'out and about' in the local community. The students interviewed Christine O'Reardon, The Environmental Enforcement Officer from Bolton Council and learned about the local Kearsley environment. Students also took part in a litter pick of the local area. During the week they presented a “Crimewatch Special” about the environmental crime of litter during the school's community coffee morning. The theme of the news item was "Together we make a difference".