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BBC School Report gives students all over the UK the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience and develop their journalistic skills to become School Reporters. In March, schools take part in an annual News Day (19th March 2015), simultaneously creating video, audio and text-based news reports which are linked to the BBC website. This year, the Little Ilford School reporters have produced a variety of articles. Please follow the links below.
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez spoke to more than 300 young women at the speed-networking event at the Aquatics Centre
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London Aquatics Centre hosted a networking event for Inspiring Women in Sport - a new campaign to encourage schoolgirls to seek careers in sport. Founder Miriam González Durántez and some of the biggest names in English women sport talked to 300 girls from 18 state schools.
'I was very fortunate to be a part of the Black History Month Media Team 2013 – Our theme for this year for the month was 'Make your dream a reality'. It was an enlightening experience for me and it taught me many things, for instance, how to conduct several interviews while aiding the technical side of things. Over the course of four days I have accumulated great knowledge from these great inspirational speakers. One of the people I interviewed was 'Trevor Nelson' a BBC presenter. Trevor knew his stuff, was ready to answer all questions and according to me one of the key things I obtained from him was that we shouldn't be driven too much so that we lose touch of reality because that will consequently lead to our downfall. I learnt from Temi-Ade John, an Law Attorney to always 'aim high', I agree with her because we are potentially exploiting ourselves to a well-earned success in the future. I am also featured in that film, speaking out as the Young Mayor of Newham. I felt empowered because again I was provided an opportunity to voice my opinion as well as inspire the students of Little Ilford school - this links in with my main manifesto priority. Overall I am immensely proud to be a part of something truly motivational and I hope this is seen as a fuel for excellence for the entire student body. Many thanks to all those who took out their time to making these interviews a major success.'
Rebekah, LIS Black History Month Media Team 2013
Here are two members of the LIS Media Team, reporting about the Olypmic Legacy with students from different schools around Britain.
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