Thank you to everyone who entered this week! It's a pleasure to see so many brilliant reasons for your choices.
We announce two winners each week, and they are:
Healthy_satsuma of Birchwood Primary School, who outlined three clear reasons why reporting on wildlife would be their choice. These were all well-explained and showed an awareness of the impact that reporting on something could have.
...and spiritied_insect of Braiswick Primary School, who based their reasons around the learning they could do if they reported on the American election, and showed good knowledge of what would be involved.
Well done to both of you and for everyone who took part. Look out for the next competition published shortly!
Welcome to the first competition of the year!
For those new to the Burnet News Club, a new competition is added every Friday and we choose two winners. They're a really fun way to get involved on the Hub.
Each competition is linked to a particular skill, so they're a great way to win stars too!
You can always find it in the orange box on the top right-hand corner of your screen. Ready for this week's challenge? Here goes...
Roving reporters are people who go from place to place reporting on the news. They're the people you see sending back reports to news studios from exciting places!
If you were a roving reporter, what kind of news would you love to report on and why?
You might like the idea of...
- covering news from a particular place - like the US election
- reporting on particular events, like the Olympics
- being a reporter for a particular topic, such as "the environment" or "business"
I would like to be a roving reporter on.... because...
We're looking for answers with really well-explained reasons.
The competition closes at 12.30pm on Friday 11th September. Good luck!