19th May 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

At Henlow middle school, Bedfordshire, Lewis Elliott, James Gainsford and Robert Kitchener (pictured, from left) put their culinary skills to a good cause. The boys raised over pound;50 for Cancer Research UK by making vegetable bruschetta to sell to the staff. Head of food technology Helen Lewis pictured the chefs

Games teacher Clare Greenwood teaches pupils how to play croquet on an "1855 Day" at Cheadle Hulme school, Cheshire, which celebrated the school's 150th anniversary

Isaac and Miles man the rock stall at a fundraiser at Ravenstone primary school, south London. Fossil fanatics and amethyst addicts flocked to the shop to grab handfuls of rocks and minerals - the children took a particular interest in a batch of fossilized turtle poo. London enterprise Junior Geo provided the rocks

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