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Radio Roseland

BBC News School Report Day 2012

Students from The Roseland Community College again made the news for real on 15th March 2012 as they took part in the BBC News School Report.

Listen to the bulletin here 

We're also taking part in a cross-school project with other schools taking part in BBC News School report today.  Find out more about those schools and how they're getting on here.

This is how the day unfolded: 

We're ready

9am - Students are ready for the day!









10am - There are frantic going-on's in the Radio Roseland studios as the students rush to bring their stories together and decide on interviews etc.







10:30am - Things are progressing very well here at Radio Roseland. The students have gathered their stories together and are now compiling them into a script for the news anchors. Interviews will be taking place shortly.







10:45am - BBC Radio Cornwall arrive at the college to interview our students and Station Manager, Mr Appleyard, live on the David White show.








11:15am - BBC School Reporter Beth with BBC Radio Cornwall Reporter Kayleigh Houghton.







12 noonStudents have been working hard recording and finishing their stories. Some of the stories we are covering include today's report on Ofsted literacy and a story about a proposed local Waitrose development in Truro.  We are soon going to be interviewing our head teacher about her imminent retirement.






12:30pm - Final touches are being made to the script.  Between 1pm and 2pm our news anchors will be practising to make sure that our bulletin will be the best it can be.







1:45pm - News anchors Jasmin and Toni practise for the 2pm bulletin









2pm - We're finished!  You can listen to the final bulletin here.









BBC News School Report 2012 Practice Day

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The BBC News School Report practise day on 8th Feb finished with great sucess.  Students Ended up producing a 13 minute news bulletin covering subjects from the recent civil war in Syria to new research showing chimps could be more intelligent than humans.  Hear the bulletin here:

Download the bulletin in MP3 format.

What is 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.

More info at the BBC News School Report website.


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