20th November 2009 at 00:00

Pupils at Brentwood Pre-Preparatory School looked the part during their History Day about the 1960s and 1970s that included disco dancing and costume design.

The Shine programme at Bolton School, a leading independent, is giving state primary pupils a chance to benefit from hi-tech facilities and specialist teachers on Saturdays.

Art and design students from Chesterfield College took their luminous creations on to the streets for the town's fifth annual Lantern Parade, based this year on the Mexican Day of the Dead.

A picture of the Granary Wharf development in Leeds won Luke Hudson, a KS3 pupil from the city's Crawshaw School, first prize in the Colliers Green Focus photography competition.

A retail workshop at Solihull College gave Year 11 pupils from Queensbridge Secondary in Moseley an insight into the careers on offer in the industry.

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