This years BBC Schools News Report day was our biggest yet!
Our reporters worked really hard and began gathering news and preparing for the day at the start of the week when the BBC outside broadcast team came to work with them on 18th March. They challenged them to become 'free runners' and they attempted a Parkour demonstration.
In the lead up to BBC Schools Report on 21st March School Reporters from Alsager School went behind the scenes of the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and found out about some of the places in which they had performed their concerts.
As usual the Head Teacher was grilled over a range of topics.
They also reported on a primary schools enterprise event which had been organised by Mr Harrison which, as always, was a busy event!
Some reporters visited local food shops and a local church to discuss what a foodbank is and whether there is a balance between healthy food and fast food available in Alsager.
We also had 'Team Cranberry' reporters reporting on the new facilities available and how year 6 pupils ran their own news day.
There is also a report on a group of Yr 11's who have been busy raising money for TCT (Teenage Cancer Trust) - the reason for this is because they have pledged to raise money by taking part in a massive fashion show being held at Manchester Airport.