The team investigate natural disasters, why they happen and how we protect ourselves from them. They also let you know how you can start and FYI News Club at your school and how your club could have the opportunity to report for FYI.
There is a special report from Lebanon. A country rarely reported on where there is no electricity, food, petrol and very little money. The team investigate what is happening.
FYI News Club @ Your School
What are FYI News Clubs?
All resources needed are provided to set up these 30-minute extra-curricular clubs, with no preparation needed by the teachers who run them. There are three simple steps to every FYI News Club.
STEP 1: Watch FYI
Watch the current episode of FYI: For Your Info, available here.
Download the accompanying discussion sheet to support your students to discuss the serious, fascinating and silly news items presented in the show. And, to develop their ‘Social Media Savvy’ skills to recognise misinformation with ‘Fake News or Fact?’
STEP 3:FYI Weekly Feedback
Let us know the news stories your FYI News Club want investigated. Contact [email protected]
For more information on starting a FYI News Club visit our blog page
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3. And don’t forget to enter the BAFTA Young Presenter 2021 competition – this year’s winners will report for BAFTA throughout the year, as well as do a special report for FYI. Click here for more info!
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