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Caister pupils set to take our jobs

PUBLISHED: 18:02 19 June 2008 | UPDATED: 11:15 03 July 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Pupils create their own newspaper

BREAKING NEWS: Pupils create their own newspaper

YEAR 7 pupils at Caister Middle School turned their hall into a thriving newsroom full of editors, journalists and photographers.

The pupils had been challenged to create the front page of a newspaper by Norfolk Education Industry and Commerce Group (NEICG).

YEAR 7 pupils at Caister Middle School turned their hall into a thriving newsroom full of editors, journalists and photographers.

The pupils had been challenged to create the front page of a newspaper by Norfolk Education Industry and Commerce Group (NEICG). Children worked in groups and were allocated jobs. They attended news briefings, press conferences, and made statments and interviews during the day as well as selling advertising space.

Each group had to decide what the most important story of the day was for their front page. The winning team created the 'Norfolk News' with a up-to-date news items featuring on their front page.

Picture: Submitted

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