Thursday 24th April 2014

Students from Attleborough High will be making the news for real on 21 March 2013 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 produced last year:
  Live Report 


Attleborough High School Year 8 Student Face to Face with Conservative MP Mr George Freeman
As part of the BBC News Scool Report, Attleborough High Student Zoe Arnold grilled Mid Norfolk MP, George Freeman,during a visit he made to the School last Friday. Whilst he was at the school Mr Freeman met the Headteacher, Mr Neil McShane, and other senior teachers and was invited to participate in a House Assembly about the School’s trip to New York last month. George said, “I really enjoyed being interviewed by Zoe. Who knows? She may be the next Fiona Bruce or Kate Adie. Norfolk is home to so many talented, young people and they deserve the very best education and opportunities we can provide.”
  The BBC 
The BBC have published an article about Attleborough's involvement in BBC School News Report 2011 Read more
  Featured Stories 

These exciting stories have been written by Attleborough High School Students as part of the BBC News School Report 2012.

Cheeky Chimp
Planet Could Contain Life
Students at Attleborough High school discuss the use of fruit and vegetables for improving skin colouration in this short podcast.

A new sports drink

Our BBC News School Report
Whats in the news today?

BBC News School Report
Students in Science, PE and English at Attleborough High School have been exploring a range of interesting issues which they have compiled reports on. 
  English Headlines 
  Science Headlines 
  PE Headlines 

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