Young Reporter, Olivia, visits The Historic Dockyard, Chatham
We love hearing from our Young Reporters during the school holidays to find out what they’ve been up to. Young Reporter, Olivia, recently visited The Historic Dockyard, Chatham.
Here is her vlog from the visit.
More about Young Reporters and Young Journalists
Young Reporters is a scheme for anyone aged 5-14.
Young Journalists is a scheme for anyone aged 12-25.
We are approaching schools, colleges, youth organisations and sports clubs to find out if they would like to nominate their own ‘correspondents’ to release press statements and keep us informed of the great things they are doing.
In addition, individuals can become ‘freelance’ Young Reporters and report on the topics that interest them. This can be anything from movie reviews and photography to blogs on the latest fads and crazes.
Eddie, the editor at ‘Edu-Life Kids’ is now recruiting and would love to hear from anyone who is interested in this fantastic opportunity to join our team. If you, or anyone you know, would like to join our team of Young Reporters at Edu-Life Kids, please feel free to contact Eddie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The scheme is aimed at young people in education or training and, in line with our ethos at Educational Life CIC, all we ask is that content is positive in nature and age-appropriate.
We would really like to share all of the great things that young people are getting up to and hear their opinions on the things that influence and affect them. If any schools, clubs or organisations would like more information on how they can be involved, Dave, our Schools & Community Liaison, will be happy to arrange a visit.
Please take a look at our poster for more details and share this article with anyone you think might be interested in becoming one of our ‘Young Reporters’.