16th July 2010 at 01:00

London's October Gallery exhibited work by young people from schools across the capital. Pupils collaborated with professional artists to create their own art in a range of media, inspired by issues such as crime, identity and heritage.

Pupils from Alun School, in Mold, North Wales, donned their walking boots and scaled Moel Famau in the Clwydian mountain range to raise money for charity.

Plymouth schoolchildren are taking to the seas to learn about marine science, aboard the University of Southampton's research vessel RV Callista, which is berthed at the city's Mayflower Marina.

The National Farmers' Union roadshow gave pupils from Gateway Primary School in central London the chance to learn about different types of crops and to try their hand at milking a model cow.

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