Watch our reports live on the BBC website!
On the day, tomorrow Tuesday 5th of March, we will make our reports. It is national BBC Young Reporter Day! We will interview people and use the green screen, we will be out of all of are class go to film and edit our news reports.
I did a weather report on BBC Young Reporter in Scotland Huntly TGS. Robert Middler
Our topic for our news report is about Huntly history and tourism. We chose this topic because we want to learn more about Huntly’s history. We interviewed people about the different historic things around Huntly.
Our topic is about shops closing down in Huntly and the affect it has on the community and especially the affect it has on the schools pupils and teachers.
Animal extinction is a huge problem globally and locally there’s many ways to prevent this unfortunate issue from wiping out our favorite animals. In Scotland wolves became extinct and many people think they should be reintroduced into wildlife but sadly there are a lot of problems with this that we need to consider. However even people in Aberdeenshire have ideas of how to help animals and their challenge to survive. Animals are becoming extinct because of pollution and many other problems caused by humanity but many of these problems are also caused by local predators. Much of this pollution is caused by our lack of good disposal of plastic.
Our topic is about the Pittodrie House Hotel we will be interviewing the chef of the hotel and our head teacher Mr Gaiter about what he thinks about the hotel and what the chef thinks about the school.
Our topic is on teenagers, we are discovering what teenagers do in their spare time, how they treat people around them, and how they are perceived by others.
The countdown is on- BBC Young Reporter is only 1 week away!