12th November 2010 at 00:00

Supplementary schools the London Russian Ballet School and Roundhouse Choir performed at an event at City Hall, promoting mayor Boris Johnson's Widening Horizons guide to after-school and Saturday education.

ICT4Autism, a charity that supplies technology for autistic childen, held a Sony "giveaway" day in Eastbourne, Sussex.

Pupils from Mullion Community Primary School, Cornwall, put their sea-life identification skills to the test.

Children from Batley Girls' High School in West Yorkshire explored the new goat tower on their school farm.

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