Who can you spot in these photos taken at High Peak schools in 2010?

They say your school days are your best days so we’ve taken a look in our archives at years gone by at High Peak schools.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 5:12 pm
Updated Friday, 26th March 2021, 5:14 pm
Pupils are appealing for the public to back their fund raising triathlon for a new minibus.
Pupils are appealing for the public to back their fund raising triathlon for a new minibus.

Here’s a selection of pictures our photographer took at High Peak schools in 2010. Can you spot any familiar faces?

And if you want to go back a couple more years, have a look at this selection of school pictures from 2007 here – Who do you recognise in these High Peak school pictures from 2007?.

Cheer Fest 2010, hosted by Chapel High School. Pictured are the team from Buxton Community School
Chapel High's year nine football team who were hoping to progress further in the English Schools' FA Cup
Miriam, Alice and Topsy from the People of Hope charity in Clarens, South Africa sing a traditional song to year four at Fairfield Endowed Junior School
Parents drop in for school lunch at Monyash Primary school
The whole school dressed as pirates for Children in Need
Schools democracy workshops - deputy mayor Stewart Young and fellow councillors Ann Young and John Pritchard help the team from Chapel High School draft their manifesto.
Andrew Bingham MP joins Mark Beaumont manager of Tesco to hand over school equipment to Taxal and Fernilee, Furness Vale, Buxworth and New Mills primary schools.
Sam Cooper of Chapel High School, chosen for the England U16 Lacrosse team
Opening of the new wildlife pond at New Mills Primary School
New Mills carnival - a boat from St George's School
Whaley Bridge blacksmith Arthur Dewbury with the new gate for Kettleshulme school and some of last year's year six pupils who helped design it
Whaley Bridge carnival, Whaley Bridge Primary School
Whaley Bridge carnival, Buxworth Primary School
Fairfield Endowed Junior School's winning girls five a side football team and the boys team who came second
Buxton Community School dance show at Buxton Opera House
Hayfield Primary School pupils are appealing for the public to back their fund raising triathlon for a new minibus.