BBC News School Report 2017
Students are busy making the news for real today as they take part in BBC News School Report.
A group of our year 7 students had an early start this morning when they travelled to BBC Radio Nottingham's studio to join David Jackson and Sarah Julian as they presented the Breakfast Show. The girls had interviewed one of our English teachers, Mrs Marshall who has taught at Arnold Hill for an impressive forty years, and were invited to go along and listen to their interview play live on air. If you missed it first time around you can catch up here BBC Radio Nottingham - Inspirational Teacher
A hot topic in Arnold currently is the "Save Our Market" campaign. Four of our year 8 students headed out to Arnold Market to interview local councillors, Jenny Hollingsworth, David Ellis & Henry Wheeler.
The girls asked some very searching questions, watch out David Dimbleby! They then went on to interview members of the public and a shop owner about what they thought the impact of the decline of Arnold market had had on their community, and their business. The full story will appear here later.
These are just the first of many great stories we will be featuring at Arnold Hill today so make sure you save this page in your favourites and return to it later!
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