31st March 2006 at 01:00
(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 Lord Mayor of Sheffield invited girls and staff from Sheffield high school's PE department to take tea in honour of being voted the top girls'

independent school in the Daily TelegraphNorwich Union school sport awards. The group had a tour of the town hall, and Victoria and Hannah even got to sit in the Lord Mayor's chair

Aspiring teacher Bryony in Year 3 encourages Bonkers the Rabbit to learn to read at Dereham St Nicholas junior school, Norfolk. Bryony's teacher, Alan Thompson, pictured the pair

Students at Kirkby C of E primary school in Knowsley marked their school's 200th anniversary by creating a mural depicting scenes from its history. A former pupil, Alice Warton, 98, pictured, shared some of her memories of the school with Fay, a reception pupil

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