Welcome to BBC School Report 2013. This is a national news day with thousands of schools taking part in reporting news. We have been working really hard and are proud of our efforts and hope you all enjoy this video we have produced.
See the video below of all our reports.
Our regular Reporter on all things wierd and wonderful, Harry, was busy behind the scenes documenting the day. Here is what he experienced, we never knew grapes were so good!
Harry here, your favourite, loveable, questionably sane reporter with a rundown of the day for you. So relax, sit back as I guide you through this perilous journey we reporters face on a regular basis.
10am: the adventure begins. First order of the day: food. Unfortunately, seems someone’s eaten all the Percy Pigs, so grapes it is! This is my first time eating one, so I’ll summarise the feeling: Imagine if someone got a syringe full of adrenaline, injected it directly into your tongue, then got another one and slowly injected it into the same spot. Pretty good, then. Although my face at the moment of biting into one looks like a Rottweiler’s taken a particular liking to my knee caps.
10:20 – 11:00: just finished my first report on the Live Lounge. Second time on a camera, and I could give half the reporters in America a run for their money. Trying to organise interviews is like trying to knock out a bear with a jar of Marmite, though – it isn’t gonna work very well, and sooner or later, you’ll want someone to put you out of your misery. Enough work for now, though – sausage roll time.
11:00 – 12:00: two updates for you: I just finished the ‘behind the scenes’ feature 2, turns out the staff canteen sells Ripples. Not sure which is more important.
If you watch the ‘behind the scenes’, you may wonder how my lanyard disappears and reappears. The wonders of cinematography – transmissions allow the creation of such brilliant special effects.
12:00 – 1:00: just been writing up this diary for you, readers. If you’re reading this and thinking ‘this guy isn’t funny’, I dare you, try and do this yourself. It would be easier to convert the Pope to scientology.
Must finish now – if I make this too long, the comedy train’s gonna roll to a halt. So see you, dear reader, and remember – fish, contrary to popular belief, is not good for your health.