Photographs from Cantonian High School’s BBC News School Report Day on Thursday 16th March, 2017

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Cantonian news team watch the live Skype call with a Chinese class in Wuhan, China

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Former Science technician from Cantonian High School, Mr Ben Curwen, introduces his class from Wuhan Optics Valley International Foreign Language School (WOFLS) in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.

 

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One of our callers includes an Italian boy studying in his Chinese class.

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The Chinese class admire the new Cantonian school uniform of Ramal (bottom right)

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Seren and Rhiannon present the news

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Headteacher Mrs Diane Gill gives her opinion on women in the workplace for International Women’s Day

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Students enjoy the live conversation with class students from Wuhan, China.

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Students create news bulletin scripts

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Using the Green Screen software to create a virtual news room!

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The Green Screen room

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Video Editing the news reports together

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International Women’s Day

On March 8th, a number of year 8 pupils celebrated International Women’s Day, joining in solidarity with women and men around the world campaigning for gender equality.

We were very excited to have the opportunity to interview our headteacher, Diane Gill, on International Women’s Day to find out what it’s like being a female boss.

Check out our video below!

Thanks for watching, and stay tuned for more videos and articles from Cantonian High School!

Interviewers: Libby and Charlotte

Presenters: Libby, Lizzy, Kori

Director/Cameraman: Jack L

We are live!

Welcome to Cantonian High School’s BBC News School Report Day Blog!

Over 30 pupils from across the school will work on researching, writing, filming, editing, producing and publishing news features for BBC News School Report Day.

Stay tuned for coverage of the stories that have caught our attention, which we think will catch yours too!