15th April 2011 at 01:00

City of Bath College students including Jenny Dunn (left), Junko Lu and Natalie Bracey held a cake sale and wrote fellow students' names in Japanese to raise #163;224 for victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Emily Atkin (left), who won a trophy, and Lauren Brett of Bebington High Sports College in Wirral have both represented Merseyside in cross-country championships.

The Symphony Hall in Birmingham plays host to Peterborough's Oundle School, as more than 300 musicians perform a varied programme of predominantly British music.

Children at Arden Grove Infant and Nursery School in Norwich help build a sustainable classroom with a living roof from cob (a mud, sand and straw mixture), which will be used for art and outdoor activities.

Looking good on a budget is no problem for Year 7s at Sale High School, Cheshire, in a community fashion show of low-cost and second-hand clothes.

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