23rd April 2010 at 01:00

South Buckinghamshire pupils visit the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames for a day of Olympics-related fun and to learn about the sport's role in the history of the Games.

Vocal leader Sharon Durant bursts into song with pupils from Emmanuel College in Gateshead during their breaktimes as part of a pilot initiative to reinforce learning through music and encourage singing for pleasure.

Pupils from Henbury Court Primary in Bristol have a hand in puppetry activities as part of Extra Mile, a project to motivate children at risk of falling behind.

Excited children from Abraham Guest High in Wigan visit their new #163;23 million school for the first time. Pupils and staff have played a key role in all aspects of the building's design.

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