20th August 2010 at 01:00

From left, Una, Rochelle, Vanessa and Frankie of pop group The Saturdays performed at the first birthday celebrations of the Transformation Trust. Around 12,000 students from schools up and down the country attended the event at the O2 arena in London.

Relatives of famous former Nottingham High School pupil DH Lawrence, including his great-nephew Tony Lawrence, recently visited the school.

To mark the launch of All Saints Academy and the closure of John Kitto College in Plymouth, over 1,000 students and staff formed Olympic rings as a symbol of transition and excitement.

A special event at Risborough Hall celebrated the work of community food leaders across the North-East in the What's Cooking Together? healthy eating scheme.

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