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. On 21st March 2013, Fullbrook along with hundreds of schools across the country will hold its News Day and publish the content here linked to by the BBC, bringing our news to a national and international audience.
The Fullbrook BBC School report team
FULLBROOK EXCLUSIVE: Philip Hammond: “I wanted to be a policeman”
The Secretary of Defence, in a wide-ranging interview, tells School Report about his role as our local MP, his leadership of the Ministry of Defence and what he remembers of his time as a 13 year old.
FULLBROOK NEWS: Sir Douglas tells his World War II story
91 year old, Air Chief Marshal Sir Douglas Lowe visited Fullbrook to give an assembly to Year 9 students about his time in Bomber Command. Afterwards, he gave an exclusive interview to the School Report team.
Sir Douglas tells his WWII story.pdf
FULLBROOK NEWS: Living with Down Syndrome
Fullbrook’s very own Reprographics whizz, Bridget tells School Report what it’s like to look after a child with Down Syndrome to mark World Down Syndrome Day.
Living with Down Syndrome.pdf
FULLBROOK NEWS: Clean water-for-all?
Clean Water is not easily available for many around the world. Fullbrook’s School Report spoke to Water Aid about what can be done to improve access to clean water.
FEBRUARY PRACTICE NEWS DAY
In preparation for our main news day, Fullbrook’s School Report moved ‘in-house’. We interviewed the Mayor of Runnymede, Cllr Linda Gillam; Principal, Anne Turner and Head-Boy, Tom.
Fullbrook News - Newsletter.pdf
JANUARY PRACTICE NEWS DAY
School Report comes from the University of Surrey’s broadcast studios. Our guests include Professors Jim-Al Khalili and Roberto di Napoli as well as several of the University’s Student Ambassadors.
Fullbrook in the Surrey Advertiser.pdf
Our Day at Surrey Broadcast Studio.pdf
Fullbrook gained Academy status on 1st August 2011