Welcome to Chailey School

On Thursday 21st March 2013, our students made the news as they took part in the BBC News School Report.  They spent the day creating their reports just like the press and media would.  Please take some time to see the results of their excellent work on this page.

Chailey School wishes to thank all those working behind the scenes to help students publish their reports, especially Mr. Max Pearson (Journalist and Presenter with the BBC World Service), for his continued support and assistance with this project for many years.

Students will again be making the news for real on 27 March 2014 as they take part in BBC News School Report.  We aim to publish the news by 1600 GMT on the News Day, so please save this page as a favourite and return to it later.

 

The Headlines

Anthia and Ed present the day's headlines.

 

Norman Baker's Single

Hattie and Lily talk to Norman Baker, local MP, about his debut single.

 

Comic Relief

Tom and Anthia report on Chailey School's Comic Relief efforts.

 

Horsemeat

Alex investigates the recent horsemeat scandals with Food Technology teacher Mrs. Payne and asks: "would you eat horse, if you knew it was safe?".

 

Vandalism

As police investigate petty crime, our reporters Tallulah, Jasmine and Kezia ask what role schools can play in preventing offending.

 

Overland Hike

Ed and Josh preview the Scouts Overland hike; just two days before Josh takes part himself! Can Mrs. Rickman offer words of advice?

 

Selfies For Cancer

The latest trend on social networking websites.

 

Football

The latest on the Premier League title race