8th October 2010 at 01:00

The creative learning projects of Whitehawk Primary School in Brighton, such as artist Sharon Mee's life-size "silver boy", attracted a visit from Latvian minister of education and science, Tatjana Koke.

One of a batch of balloons released by Copenhagen Primary in Islington, north London, for Children in Need back in November 2009 has made it all the way to Tampere, Finland.

Twelve Kathak and Bharatanatyam dance students showed off their moves at a celebratory performance having successfully completed year one at the first ever South Asian Centre for Advanced Training. Based at DanceXchange in Birmingham, it offers world-class guidance for specially selected students aged 11 to 18.

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