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December 01, 2009

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Heather

First News is such a great idea, and something I desperatly want to remember about whne my kids get to about 6 or 7. And yes, you definitely did the right thing, Piers would certainly not have done anything for nothing.

Metropolitan Mum

Remember the rant I had about people asking you something and then not getting back to you?
At least they do get back to some people!
:)

Jo Beaufoix

Brilliant. Can you pass one on to Miss E? She'd love it. So glad you did this Rosie. Our school are so lucky to have you. x

TheMadHouse

Well done on getting copys, I hant hear of it, so will take a look

Chic Mama

Your talents are endless.....where do you find the time to do all of this? I'll be sending my children to their website, far better than Club Penguin or Mooshy Monsters

angelsandurchinsblog

Clever man that Piers, and no one knows that better than he does! But oh dear, not sure the royal correspondent will handle covering the wedding, should Wils marry Kate. First News will have to come out with a special wedding present of some tissues.

Muummmeeeee!

Really interesting post - I'd never heard of First News before and I'll definitely get my daughter to look at the website. Thanks for that x

Timmy

A journalism club? Can I join? I quite fancy being a journalist when I grow up...

nappyvalleygirl

I didn't know about this, being in the US, but it's a great idea. I have a sneaking liking for Piers Morgan, even though I really shouldn't and in theory thoroughly disapprove of him.

Liz (LivingwithKids)

It is a fantastic initiative - anything that encourages children to take an interest in news gets my vote. As a Uni-educated journalist I was always quite snotty about media studies, but since No 1 Son started doing it I have to say it's fantastic.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks, I suppose don't ask, don't get, so I asked!

Rosie Scribble

Yes, I was impressed, but it was only right that they did, I feel.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks, Jo. There is a copy for Miss E sitting in my kitchen waiting for you.

Rosie Scribble

Definitely worth taking a look, and of course there's no charge for viewing web pages.

Rosie Scribble

Please please leave comments like that on every post!!!

Rosie Scribble

Think my future royal correspondent would be quite gutted to cover any future wedding involving Prince William!

Rosie Scribble

Worth a visit, without a doubt. I'm sure she'll like it.

Rosie Scribble

Of course you can join, but why are you suddenly calling yourself Timmy?

Rosie Scribble

I can understand your sneaking liking!! Seems only a matter of time before a similar concept of launched in the US, if one does not exist with you already.

Rosie Scribble

I agree. The students were fans of Newsround too. It's great to see them interested in the news and also to see it's not all doom and gloom.

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