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Celebrate your pupils' work

Celebrate the success of your pupils’ news reporting and create excitement around school with these ideas
We would love to hear about all the fantastic work that you do with your pupils. We will showcase examples of pupil-authored work on our website.

Please email us at or tweet us @GetNewsWise with examples or photographs of work, displays and events that you and your pupils are proud of!


Hold a journalist graduation ceremony where the pupils receive their NewsWise certificates.

Host a press awards ceremony where individual pupils receive awards such as ‘reporter of the year’, ‘scoop of the year’, ‘headline of the year’ or ‘photographer of the year’.

Deliver a class assembly to the rest of the school about the project and fake news.

Share pupils' reports

Create a class newspaper from all of the reports and share them with your school community: create newspaper stands; place them in book corners and libraries; get pupils in role as a news delivery service.

Hand over part of your school newsletter for pupils to write.

Host a news conference where pupils share their news reports. Invite other pupils/parents/staff/governors/journalists/key people who were involved in the children’s reporting.

Invite a journalist into school to read the finished articles and give your pupils real feedback.
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