20th May 2011 at 01:00

Holy Trinity CofE Primary in Darwen, Lancashire, holds a "graduation day" for pupils gaining Every Child Counts and Every Child a Reader certificates.

A team from Worksop College soar to victory in the UK Aerospace Youth Rocketry Competition. Their rocket reached an altitude of 758ft in 44.6 seconds. They will now compete in the final at the Paris Airshow in June.

Year 10 students from Marine Academy Plymouth sail to success in their RYA competent crew certificate on the boat Pegasus.

Spratton Hall in Northamptonshire celebrates its 60th anniversary as an independent prep school. Opened to 20 boys in 1951, it now has more than 400 boys and girls aged 4-13.

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