28th January 2011 at 00:00

Thousands of budding engineers from across the country join charity Young Engineers' 2011 K'Nex Challenge, helping to build a 5m-long model of London's Tower Bridge out of toy construction kit K'Nex.

Pupils from Great Easton Primary School in Dunmow, Essex, get creative at this year's BETT show, launching the national Happy Art competition by drawing something that makes them happy and displaying it to visitors.

Antarctica comes to Onthank Primary School in Kilmarnock, as hundreds of milk bottles collected by pupils and teachers are used to construct an igloo.

Six students at Bedford Modern School have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge universities; five of the Year 13s are pictured here.

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