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17th February 2006 at 00:00
(Photograph) - New wildlife garden? Themed lessons on a Thursday? School disco? This is your chance to put your school in the picture. We're looking for intriguing images of school life taken by you or your pupils. Just follow the instructions at www.tes.co.ukfridaycapture

Wheely good fun: foundation stage children from Moor End primary school in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, enjoy a game of wheelchair basketball as part of a disability awareness day. Patricia Ainscough, the nursery nurse, was on hand with her camera

Thanks for the memories: at Thorns community college in Brierley Hill, West Midlands, a Year 10 group created this garden of remembrance for one of the college's Year 7 students who was killed in a road accident on his way home two years ago. What began as an Asdan challenge - students are expected to develop a wide range of skills working with the community - has made a lasting memorial to a wonderful student. His parents were delighted to open the garden. Thanks to Imelda Gilhooley for sending the picture in

Up and away: children at Dovecote primary school, Clifton, Nottingham, launch 500 balloons to celebrate the start of Mega Read, a scheme with monthly events to promote reading, particularly among boys. Roz Hughes, a teacher at Dovecote, organised the event

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