Pupils from Stockport Grammar School made the news for real on Thursday 19th March 2015 as they took part in BBC News School Report.
Follow the timeline to see the content our reporters produced throughout the day.
General Election 2015: Parties’ policies on education
Edie and Amelia report on the main parties’ education policies ahead of the general election.
Sierra Leonean children – Some of the most inspiring and resilient children in the world
Sophie, Nathan, Alex and Grace present a powerful report on the struggles facing Sierra Leonean children.
Lower school play
Aidan, Charlotte, Jake, Sanah and Max have a video report about our forthcoming lower school play.
Murray, Luke, Jonny, Maya, Victoria and Olivia speak to Mr Swann and pupils who went on the Auschwitz trip, as well as Holocaust survivor Dr Peter Kurer.
Greece leaving the EU
Ben writes about Greece leaving the EU.
Marianne Elliott – National Theatre Director
National Theatre director and Old Stopfordian Marianne Elliot is in the spotlight for Luke‘s report.
Live from the Newsroom
Harry returns in our first video report to invite you to join us live from the newsroom.
Carbon Emissions report
Listen to Harry‘s report on how we can reduce carbon emissions in the UK.
Boko Haram Report
Sanah and Charlotte have prepared a joint report on Boko Haram.
Dance Show Report
Grace tells us about the Stockport Grammar School dance show.
Vanuatu Cyclone Report
Victoria reports on Cyclone Pam.
Child Obesity Report
Olivia has a report on child obesity.
First Aid Training For Nursery Staff ‘to be made compulsory’
Samuel reports on how training in paediatric first aid will now be a legal requirement for Nursery staff in England following a baby’s death.
The NHS – What’s going on?
Aidan says the country as a whole must look carefully at the future of the NHS.