This week on FYI, the weekly news show from Sky Kids, three months on from the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, we have a special report from the children who have been affected. And Dr Ranj gives us some advice on how to take care of our mental health.
Next week on FYI, we have a report from jiu jitsu world champion, Sofia. And Richard Branson chats to an FYI News Club member about dyslexia.
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 four simple steps to every FYI News Club.
STEP 1: Watch FYI
Watch the current episode of FYI: For Your Info, available here.
STEP 2: FYI News Club Chat Episode 217
The FYI News Club Chat discussion question resource supports your students to discuss the news items presented in the show. Download the chat sheet.
STEP 3:Get Involved
Tell us the news stories your FYI News Club want investigated by emailing them to us at [email protected] with the subject line FYI Young Reporter.
Challenge your club with this week’s First News Kahoot! News Quiz. Our free interactive news quiz features ten questions on the stories featured in this week’s issue of First News. More information on how to play Kahoot! quizzes can be found here.
Watch two series of films made by Sky Kids that deliver powerful messages about climate change. In the most recent series, six children from six continents set out to explore solutions to the huge problems facing our planet. In the first series, six young climate activists from six different continents deliver powerful messages to world leaders ahead of COP26.
The Government’s Youth Mental Health Ambassador, Dr Alex George, presents this series of five films on First News Education TV developed with the Department for Education and Sky Kids. In the series, dedicated to mental health and wellbeing,