Bringing the school week to an end, the final Educating Border report takes a look at the pros and cons of rural schools.
Paul Crone visited Patterdale Church of England Primary School in the Lake District, which has just 33 pupils.
As part of our Educating Border series, we're looking at rural schools throughout the region.
According to one school, the unreliability of the number of children set to attend each year is a cause of stress.
Ryan Dollard visits Carlisle's Brook Street Primary School where pupils come from families with more than a dozen different languages.
Reporter Jenny Longden takes a look at a new approach to school start and finish times in the Scottish Borders.
As part of our Educating Border series, Fiona Marley Paterson visits The Lakes School to look at sport.
Kate Walby reports on why some Academies in Cumbria are doing better than others.
Two primary schools in Cumbria are to be rebuilt as part of a Government initiative.
Seascale Primary School and Jericho Primary School will both be part of the second phase of the "Priority School Building Programme".
The full list of schools involved was announced today by the Education Funding Agency and the Department for Education.
Studies into all schools will start from April onwards to decide what work is required and to create a timeline for the changes.
Work has started on a music therapy centre in Cumbria to help people with profound disabilities.
The Sunbeams Music Trust has raised more than £2 million in the county for the centre. The first piece of turf has been cut at the site near Penrith.
See Tim Backshall's full report below.
Matthew Taylor visits Carlisle Library ahead of National Libraries Day this Saturday.
Activities are taking place across the region for National Libraries Day, designed to encourage people to use their local library.
But are the days of libraries numbered?
Not according to Helen Towers from the Cumbria Library Service, who says libraries offer something you can't get over the internet.