BBC News School Report gives students aged 11 – 16 the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. In 2016, School Report’s 10th annual News Day was held on 10 March … and here at Sibford Years 7, 10, 11 and 13 took on the challenge of providing news and reports throughout the day. Below are some of their reports.
Members of the team also travelled to BBC Oxford where they were interviewed on the Ali Jones mid-morning show and the Nick Piercey afternoon show. To hear what they said click on the images below.
In 1962 Anne Watts qualified as a State Registered Nurse. But what started out as a traditional nursing career took a sideways step in 1967 when she joined Save the Children and found herself working in some of the world’s most dangerous war zones. On March 4 2016 she visited Sibford School to speak about her life and experiences. She also found time to chat to Sibford’s BBC School Report News team. Click on the image to see the report. [su_divider top=”no” size=”1″] BBC School Reporter Molly interviews Vanessa Porter of the Hooky Refugee Action group which is currently organising monthly collections of items to take out to refugee camps in Calais and Dunkirk. Click on the image to view the report. [su_divider top=”no” size=”1″]
Read Ed’s report on the forthcoming EU Referendum
Listen as Lex interviews Angy Bovill about countryside matters.