It is election day in the United States and the tension over who will become the next President is building to a head.
Schools across the pond and in the UK have been marking the occasion with mock elections to learn about democracy.
While some schools took a very serious approach with professional-looking polling booths, others threw up a few flags and dusted off their Donald Trump masks.
Schools have been using Twitter to broadcast their activities and results. Here are a few of the best tweets:
Pupils at Leicester High School in Leicester had a rather surprising visit from the candidates themselves:
And students at New Hall School in Chelmsford were reassured to hear that Trump was "pro women":
Meanwhile, in the US, some classes came out in favour of Clinton:
Our class had a secret ballot mock election! And the winner is... pic.twitter.com/GMK8KqV4n5— Amy Scherer (@AmyScherer3rdGr) November 8, 2016
While others, were firmly on the other side of the electoral fence:
And of course, it was important to get the basics in place so as not to spoil the ballot paper:
And one teacher warded off any threat of voter apathy with...sweets and stickers: