Thursday, 5 June 2014

Young Reporters for the Environment Winners!

Congratulations to the Year 7, 8 and 9 pupils who have won the international accolade of 'Young Reporters for the Environment'.

The pupils produced a video news report on the Eco-Committee's litter pick in the local river and the surrounding area.

The year 7, 8 and 9 pupils involved were:
Connor Stratton - Presenter
Daniel Dimblebee - Editor
Nia Evans - Research and interviewing
Robert Lewis - Research and contributor
Sophie Williams - Research and interviewing
William Davies - Presenter

The pupils will be receiving an invite to the celebration event at the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells, which will be taking place on Tuesday 22nd July, where they will introduce the video news report and be presented with their prizes.
The judges were all very impressed with the video, the way it was presented, the messages, the enthusiasm of everyone involved and the quality of the video itself. They said it was an obvious winner right from the start! And way ahead of all the others!

Huw Edwards, the BBC News reader, said about the video: "Good production, well-written and delivered script, good sound and vision, smooth editing, pertinent interviews, and a good strong environmental purpose to the video. Really excellent!"

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