30th October 2009 at 00:00

England hooker and Northampton Saints captain Dylan Harley was guest of honour at Finborough School's second under-12s rugby festival. Nearly 250 youngsters from schools around the region took part.

Pupils from St Joseph's Junior School in Croydon were among children all over London who got a sense of life "inside" when they visited Wandsworth Prison for the Great Garden Tool Giveaway.

Benedict Dunhill has been named as successor to Peter Dix as headmaster of Port Regis Prep School in Dorset.

Kick it Out, football's equality and inclusion campaign, is holding One Game One Community weeks of action. In north London, national child and adolescent mental health charity YoungMinds organised an event attended by pupils from Highgate School examining ways to tackle discrimination and the stigma surrounding mental health.

Harnessing the power of the unconcious was on the agenda for the 200 Year 10 girls from seven Colchester schools - independent and state - who got together for a day organised by Building Bridges.

ITN's senior political editor Tom Bradby visited Prior Park College in Bath to talk to Year 11 pupils about his other job as a novelist and offer a few tips to those interested in entering a career in the arts.

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