7th January 2011 at 00:00

Students aged 12 to 15, selected from all over the country to study at Birmingham's DanceXchange, a centre for advanced training funded by the Department for Education.

Olympic triple jump gold medallist Jonathan Edwards on a visit to Brighton's Coombe Road Primary, the first in the city to join Get Set, the 2012 London Olympics education programme.

Leah Newcombe, of the Chauncy School in Ware, was crowned Def Jam Rapstar Rhyme Master in a contest sponsored by the National Literacy Trust.

High-performing young people from Bristol's black and minority ethnic communities get together at a one-day conference designed to develop their skills in evaluation, reasoning and problem-solving.

Two of the pupils from Ashton Park and Bedminster Down schools in Bristol who spent a day with the Bloodhound team, which is designing and building a supersonic car to beat the world land speed record. See TES Magazine for more on the project.

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