Today, Twenty five Year Eight students and five Year Ten are taking part in a national event for BBC's school report, where schools create a news report just like a normal BBC report.
In our reports we have lots of exciting stories covering topics in three formats, radio, television and text articles here on our web-site.
We are covering Celebrity endorsements, royal baby news, healthy eating in 2013, weather reports and sports news.
There are lots of ways to watch it like BBC school report website, on the red button, on Twitter @BBCschoolreport.
The deadline is 2pm today, check back soon to see our news reports.
BBC News School Radio Report
A Healthy Lifestyle
Everyone is more concerned about being healthy nowadays; the new coca cola advert tells viewers how they can lose the weight gained when drinking a can of coke. On the advert it says you can lose weight by laughing.
Did you know that laughing can help you burn calories? It has been proved that after drinking a can of coke, if you laugh for 70 seconds, you can burn all the calories just put on.
Diet and exercise are very important to leading a healthy lifestyle.
We have interviewed Rik Waddon who is a silver medallist Paralympics cyclist. We were lucky enough to meet him where he told us about the Sky Living for Sport program which helps motivate students back into sport.
Written by By Hannah, Emily and Philippa
Celebrity endorsements have become very popular over the course of the past few years. There are many different types of celebrity endorsements like fragrances, underwear, protein shakes and various types of food and drink items. Many people say that the fact a celebrity has endorsed a product influences them into buying it, but others disagree and say they are just the same as any other product.
Celebrities products are high in price because many fans will buy the product no matter what the price is. Heres our video which shows young peoples opinions on celebrity endorsements.
Are free games really free?
Recently a 5 year old accidentally spent £1,700.00 on a game marketed as free. He was playing the Zombies vs Ninja's game and bought in game power ups for £70.00 a time. This follows numerous cases where young children have bought in game purchases. Including England rugby Player Sam Vesty who's children spent a combined total of £3,200.00 on the little Monsters game which again was marketed as a free. We asked one of our teachers for her opinion.
Voyager: Out of this World!
Scientists have been debating whether the first man made object to leave the solar system has really left. This morning Papers claimed that the Voyager 1 probe had left the solar system. However Nasa has recenly stated that it hasn't left because it's magnetic field hasn't switched however the radiation level indicated it has. The probe was launched in 1977 to investigate the far reaches of our solar system. During it's 11 Billion mile journey has encountered a lot of obstacles such as solar storms and communication blackouts. However we have learned a lot about our solar system from it. As well as numerous scientific instruments it holds the world famous golden disc. Which plays the sounds of Earth for anybody or anything out there to hear. However it will take 40000 years to reach the next star.
People affected by Fracking may get Compensation.
Communities whose lives have been affected by Fracking could be entitled to compensation. Fracking is a new technology which searches for gas underground using high pressure water to burst gas pockets. Protesting groups claim that 2 minor Earthquakes in Blackpool within 6 month of each other was due to fracking and some groups claim that fracking could say the ground of the entire planet on fire. However scientists say that the chances are minimal. And many people have been moved from their homes. The companies who are fracking say that they need to find clean sources of power. And fracking is our best option and that they'll investigate the Earthquakes and assure people hey are on top of the dangers.
On the 23rd of March, on a Saturday, the Blackpool tower lights will be turned off in order to save electricity. This isn't just Blackpool that's saving electricity, it's the whole world! Countries like Japan, the United States and Australia are turning their lights off (at the UK time of 8:30pm). Blackpool Council are hoping that not only are all the other cities and towns turning their lights off, but all the residents and citizens of them. Get involved and turn off your lights!
In Blackpool news, the time to visit the illuminations is going to be extended another week as many tourists think that the illuminations are the best attraction Blackpool have and so increasing the amount of time people can see them will benefit businesses and Blackpool itself.
The Royal Baby
In December 2012, it was announced that the duchess of Cambridge was expecting a baby. Kate was admitted to hospital after suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. This condition appears more often in women who are expecting twins, which led to press speculations of a double birth. However, latest updates confirm the Duchess is having only one baby.
It is likely the pregnancy will be monitored by the Queen's surgeon- Gynaecologist, Alan Farthing. Kate will not be receiving any special treatment throughout the birth.
During a visit to Grimsby, Sandra Cook handed the duchess a white teddy bear for the baby. When accepting the gift, Kate revealed the possibility of a baby girl. She said: "Thank you, I'll take this for my d...." However, when this was pointed out, Kate replied: "We're not telling."
New Gadgets Amaze for 2013!
Written by Ben and Joe
A top gadgets story for today, we have discovered that 2013 will be packed full of incredible new gadgets. These include some you will have been expecting and some that will surprise you. First up, rumours of the Sony PS4 are strong for this year. Well it's been confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will be coming to the public this year. There have been rumours of what it will look like and it should be due out in the next few months.
Secondly, Apple has released the brand new iPhone 5 which has an A6 processor and the new IOS 6. It has a 4 inch touch screen and Siri has even more features,like: Sending voice commands to update facebook and Twitter,you can also search the internet for the latest football scores. It is one of the most awaited phones of the year. Also, Nintendo have launched their new Wii U which came out at the end of last year. The game pad has a 6.2 inch screen and a 8 mega pixel camera. It comes in black or white and a HD screen.
Schools for the bullied
Plans for a special type of school to help bullied children get back into mainstream education is planned for Lancashire.The learning centre will be the first of its kind in the north of England, providing emotional support for pupils and care for their educational needs.
The Red Balloon Charity already runs similar centres in Cambridge, Norwich and London.
Organisers hope the Burnley Centre will be open by September next year, if funding is provided.
Anne Quinn, a parent coach for the charity says "The idea behind the centres is to provide an alternative solution for bullied children."
We have interviewed one of the Behaviour Managers, Mr Benson at Montgomery High School to find out what they do at Montgomery, to deal with and stop bullying.
Expressive Arts Dress Rehearsal - Assembly Hall
9am-10am Yrs 5, 6 & 7 Coffee Morning
Yr 10 Controlled Assessments
Yr 11 Population A Application Post 16 Morning
Yr 11 Population A English Controlled Assessments
Yr 11 Population B Application Post 16 Morning
Yr 11 Population B English Controlled Assessments
9am-10am Yrs 5, 6 & 7 Coffee Morning
School closes for Christmas holidays on Thursday 19th December at 12 noon.