5th November 2010 at 00:00

History pupils at St Bede's Catholic Comprehensive School, County Durham, learnt about the history of Norman Britain from a windy sand dune on Amble beach in Northumberland, while others studying tropical rainforests were introduced to exotic frogs, snakes, stick insects and a giant millipede.

Shaghigh Aryan, an IB student at Westminster Academy, is one of four interns with the ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital in Vietnam.

The winners of the Wellcome Trust Survival Rivals competition have been retracing Charles Darwin's steps on the Galapagos Islands and finding out about island life from local pupils.

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