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Students from the Gregg School will be making the news for real on the 10th March 2016 as they take part in BBC News School Report. We aim to publish the news by 1600 GMT on the News Day, so please save this page as a favourite and return to it later.  In the meantime, take a look at what our students have produced so far this year.

Shoe box Appeal!

Every year the school takes part in the shoe box appeal where pupils have to fill a shoe box with lots of goodies that children in disadvantaged places around the world. The school made 52 shoe boxes to send to disadvantaged kids around the world.

By Andrew 09/12/15


On Wednesday an online supermarket, Ocado, said that it they will move out of Southampton. 150 people’s jobs are at risk. Ocado have offered suitable alternative role in Andover. Employees will have to move house or face a 70-mile round trip to work and back.

By Maddie 09/12/15

MacMillan Coffee Morning!

By Charlie 25/09/15

New Planet!

NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, astronomers think they have found a new planet. They think it is the first planet that is around the same size of the Earth that orbits a star in the “habitable zone”. A habitable zone is the region around a star where orbiting planets such as the Earth. This new planet is about 1.1 times bigger than the diameter than the Earth. The actual size of the planet is unknown but people think that it is rocky. Also, this plant orbits its star once every 130 days. The brightness of its star at high noon is only as bright as our sun about an hour before sunset.

By Aarav 03/02/16

Outburst of Zika!

The Zika virus is carried by mosquitos that have contracted the disease. When the mosquito bites someone they get the disease and then it gets passed from person to person. The type of mosquitos are found in tropical countries with hotter climates so countries such as Brazil, Columbia and Venezuela. The symptoms of the Zika virus are very subtle such as a fever, skin rash or muscle and joint pain so most people won’t even know whether they have contracted the virus. It is more serious for pregnant women as scientists say it could affect the growth of a baby inside the uterus. Scientists are working on a cure or vaccination for the virus but this could take time. The goverments of each country are trying to eradicate these mosquitos to stop the spread of not only of the Zika virus but also many other bad infections, diseases and other conditions or illnesses.

By Charlie 10/02/16

BBC School Report The Gregg School  Enrichment Week 2015 BBC SR 2014-2015