Pupils from Saint John Wall Catholic School will be making the news for real on Thursday 27 March 2014 as they take part in BBC News School Report.
Our Pupils have chosen to report on the World Cup in Brazil and England's prospects. We have interviewed a footballer as well as members from the Professional Footballers Association.
There is also a special report about World War 1 where two of our pupils visited the battlefields and cemeteries in Belgium.
We hope you enjoy watching our reports, please leave your comments below, we look forward to reading them.
To all the pupils who took part in this year's BBC News School Report;
Today signalled the official deadline of the project; but what an adventure it has been! From Cardiff to Manchester, and back to school. In each arena you have excelled greatly. Interviewing a range of wonderful people from Steven Caulker, through too John Hudson and Darren Moore at the PFA. Aswell as your fellow peers at school, along wth staff also. A big thank you to all interviewed.
You have conducted yourselves with professionalism, displaying an awesome attitude and fantastic commitment to each task. Each pupil has reached extremely high standards, demonstrating a maturity beyond your years! Being a credit to your school, families and the wider communiy. Everyone can hold their heads high and be proud of all your achievements.
It truly has been a priviledge to have had such a great set of pupils to enjoy this journey.
Take the skills learnt and use them within the rest of your schooling and success will follow!
Well done to the Year 7 and Year 8 pupils who took part in this amazing project. You have been wonderful and shown a great desire to learn skills in journalism. All the tasks that you were faced with you have all shown great professionalism and a willingness to succeed.
We have visited Cardiff to interview Cardiff City and England international defender Steven Caulker, visited the Professional Footballers Association in Manchester as well as reporting stories within school about the pressures of examinations and World War 1.
You have all been a pleasure to work with and have represented our school brilliantly. You are a credit to your families and Saint John Wall Catholic School.