Worle students put together first newspaper from the Jill Dando News Centre

Nigel Dando taking the Jill Dando News Centre out of WCSA and PCSA to pupils at Ashcombe Primary Sch

Nigel Dando taking the Jill Dando News Centre out of WCSA and PCSA to pupils at Ashcombe Primary School and their headteacher John Clark to help run their journalism club and produce their Ashcombe Eye newspaper. - Credit: Sub

A school paper which was set up in tribute of Jill Dando has published its first edition.

Castle Batch Primary School pupils looking at The Post at their Jill Dando News Centre

Castle Batch Primary School pupils looking at The Post at their Jill Dando News Centre - Credit: Sub

Weston and Worle students have completed the first edition of The Post newspaper.

The Post is produced out of Worle and Priory Community Schools’ thriving Jill Dando News Centres, in partnership with the schools’ charity of the year Weston Hospicecare, and has gone out to more than 10,000 people.

Students at the schools write and publish good news about their peers.

Worle School’s student editor Olivia Finch, aged 13, said: “We have really enjoyed producing The Post newspaper. It has taught us skills of writing news and interviewing and we have met some amazing people.”

PCSA students with their The Post at the Jill Dando News Centre

PCSA students with their The Post at the Jill Dando News Centre - Credit: Sub

Jill’s brother and radio presenter Nigel Dando and Mercury reporters have been part of the students’ training.

After studying at Worle School, Jill went on to work at the Mercury before becoming a well-known TV journalist.

St Anne’s Church Academy pupils with The Post at their developing Jill Dando News Centre

St Anne’s Church Academy pupils with The Post at their developing Jill Dando News Centre - Credit: Sub