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NEWS AND EVENTS
BBC SCHOOLS REPORT
Robert Clack’s BBC School Reporters meet weekly to discuss, plan and write reports on issues that matter to them, either within the Robert Clack community or on broader national or world issues.
Robert Clack BBC School Reporters have a keen passion for writing and a true inquisitive nature that budding reporters need to publish an important story. Students have opportunities to work closely with the Media department and learn crucial camera skills to turn their written reports into short films. Every year, BBC School report continue to seek out stories that are topical and relatable to the Robert Clack community. On Newsday, the reporters showcase their high quality, exclusive stories on the BBC website under newsroom conditions. This is a truly unique and exciting experience for Robert Clack students.
Here is a small film showing the team in action!
Robert Clack’s BBC School reporters have been working hard on producing a topical report on the global impact of sanitation. Looking closely at Water Aid’s work on the issue, the reporters investigated how poor sanitation affects communities around the world. Please see below for the informative film they scripted and directed about this issue.
Members of the Robert Clack debate team had the opportunity to go to Japan and compete in the International Debate Competition. Here is Karan’s story about his experiences in Japan and taking part in the competition.