28th April 2006 at 01:00
Special things happen in schools every day. This is your chance to show us what's new, unusual or funny about your school. We're looking for intriguing images of everyday life taken by you or your pupils

I wandered lonely as a cloud... When all at once I saw a crowdA host of golden daffodils. Year 2 teacher Sandra Pennock felt a buzz of the emotion that inspired Wordsworth when she saw this pupil from Cubitt Town infants'

school, east London, showing off her creation at the Easter hat parade

Kirsty Anderson, from Sheffield high school, was selected as assistant referee for the Sheffield Hallam Women's Challenge Cup final. Kirsty, 17, was presented with a medal for officiating the game. She works at the Sheffield Wednesday academy every Sunday and is the only female referee in the league

Year 5 and 6 pupils from John Shelton primary school in Coventry visited the D-Day beaches and surrounding war cemeteries on a trip to France last term. Headteacher Alan Williams sent us this photo of the children posing by a tank near the Normandy coast

Send your images to Please include contact details and caption info, which must include your school's name. We pay pound;25 for every one we use. See for terms and conditions

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