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Every year our pupils take part in the BBC School News Report - The stories are varied, interesting and well researched. Take a look at a few of the reports from previous years below.
How are schools working towards breaking the gender stereotypes?
This year we reviewed how our school is working to combat gender stereotypes, especially regarding career aspirations. Watch our report to find some unexpected and positive findings.
Do we learn enough about Welsh Women in History?
What is Feminism?
Should students be allowed to wear makeup to school?
By Tamzin, Cerys and Lowri.
Our chosen topic for the BBC News Report is mental health and Bullying. Indeed, everybody has heard of these topics but unfortunately not many children and adults understand what they really mean and the effect they can have on millions of lives across the world. 1 in 10 children have a diagnosable mental health disorder – that’s roughly 3 children in every classroom and 1 in 5 young adults have a diagnosable mental health disorder. This is a very sensitive subject but we believe that, through creating this video it will raise awareness. Unfortunately just 0.7% of the NHS budget is spent on children’s mental health and only 16% of this is spent on early intervention.
Can pets be a useful way to lower stress levels in young people?
By Gwennan S, Casi, Megan, Becca a Elie Mae.
In our report we have answered the question, Do pets relieve stress in young people?
Through researching, we have discovered that pets do have an effect on people. In this report we explain how.
Gender equality in sport.
Mali, Megan, Gwenno a Elan.
In our news report we discuss the issues of gender equality within sports. We believe in being equals and that the girl stereotype of being weak is wrong. We found many interesting facts as to why girls stop playing sports. We interviewed two female fitness trainers, who truly are an inspiration to us all.