Young Reporter Competition

“Nobody listens to me! Nobody cares!” 

It’s easy to think that-but here is a real chance to be heard, to share your concerns and show that you care!

Do you have a story to share? Is there something that concerns you, that you think deserves more attention? Could you be a BBC Young Reporter?

If the answer to one or more of those questions is “yes”, read on!

 It could be anything at all that is important to you, and if you think it’s not something that anyone else would care about, you may well be surprised!

The English Department would like you to share your views-  and you might become a BBC Young Reporter!

Here’s how:

To start with you will submit an outline of the issue you would like to discuss. That should include the reason you want to share your story, and what it means to you to share your story.

There are two categories ; “My Life”, and “My World”.

The outline will be in writing (about 50 words) or recorded (about one minute).

Then we will submit your outline to the BBC Young Reporter competition on your behalf and hopefully it will catch the editor’s eye .

Do you have an idea but are still a bit unsure about getting started, or are you are interested and think you might want to have a go?

Your next step is to speak to your English teacher or Mrs Morris, and they will give you all the help you need. The deadline is 06.01.19