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3rd March 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

The recent snow in Surrey produced a flurry of activity. At Yehudi Menuhin school in Cobham, three boys led by 14-year-old Ben Daniel Greep asked the art teacher if they could sculpt something from snow. Headteacher Nicolas Chisholm was pleasantly surprised when he found their ice maiden

Year 6 pupils at Sedlescombe CE school in East Sussex were truly inspired by a topic on the Ancient Greeks. Ryan was so energised, he went home and designed and constructed this fantastic Acropolis temple out of K'Nex. He was allowed to bring it into class one day and his teacher and deputy head Valerie Richardson took this picture of him beaming with pride

Pupils at Cedar Mount school in Gorton, Manchester, took part in the first Manchester Multi-Agency Gang Strategy awareness day on February 16.

Officers from Greater Manchester Police's tactical firearms unit talked to the group of 13 and 14-year-olds about issues around replica weapons, while Mothers Against Violence discussed the effects on family and friends left behind by gun crime

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