It's all happening: We're back on the BBC School Report airwaves! This year, the editorial team of seven Year 8 boys chose to have a close look into the biggest political story of the decade: Brexit. How will Britain leaving the European Union affect future generations? Joshua, Claude, Oscar, Ryan, Josiah, Theo and Deniz started by doing a lot of research and eventually came out with a running order for their 3-minute report. After many hours spent online, and with the support of BBC mentor Hana Shoib, it was all about filming, presenting and interviewing.
Please see the boys' roundup on the question on everybody's lips - How will Brexit affect our future lives? - from Thursday 16th March 4pm on here.
Please see our latest report explaining the issues surrounding mental health.
Students from St Aloysius' College will be making the news for real on 19th March 2015 as they take part in BBC News School Report. We aim to publish the news by 1600 GMT on the News Day, so please save this page as a favourite and return to it later. In the meantime, take a look at what our students have already produced.
This term students in 8l/En3 have been learning how to become news reporters as part of the nationwide BBC School News Report.
The Library manager, Mr Yilmaz from Archway library has been kindly donating a range of newspapers over the last few months from the national (both broadsheet and tabloid) and local press.
The boys have been learning some of the key elements of researching and writing a news report and have already presented their own favourite news items from the press in front of their class.
Our reporters are preparing their 20 second news report, asking the questions that all journalists need to ask about any story: Who?, What? Why? Where? When and How?
Thursday 12th December 2013 will always be remembered by our year 10 students as St Aloysius’ College was honoured by a visit from the BBC News Report team. Our school was chosen to present our news on how St Aloysius’ College students and staff paid tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Four of our year 10 students, Berk 10W, Wycleef 10K, Prem 10W and Ryan 10E, proved to be outstanding reporters. Working with a broadcast journalist from BBC breakfast, Katie Hile, the boys scripted and presented a moving piece on Nelson Mandela which included footage of Ms Sogojeva’s assembly and tributes from a number of year 10 boys.
The report also featured the history department’s fantastic Nelson Mandela display and some thoughtful written tributes from Ms Cull’s year 9 English class.
Please follow the following link to see our report featured on the BBC School Report website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schoolreport/ or click here to view directly.
9J1 have worked with Ms. Doorly to produce the BBC March 2013 School Report. Our wide range of topics include the horsemeat scandal and the Harlem Shake epidemic. We hope you enjoy it!
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