Meal-time in France is considered part of the curriculum.
A school in Germany has been built to look like a giant white cat.
In a remote area of Colombia, kids have to travel to school on a zip-line.
The oldest university is usually considered to be Nalanda University in India, founded in the 5th century.
One of the subjects taught in Icelandic schools is knitting.
America is where you'll find the world's oldest teacher, Agnes Zhelesnik, who is 101 years old.
In Kenya, children don't have to go to school but most of them do.
The smallest school in the world is in Turin, Italy and has just one pupil.
Even if it's a weekend or a holiday, Russian children always start school on 'Knowledge Day', which is 1st September.
The children in Holland all start school on their fourth birthday so there's always someone new in class.
In Brazil, where lunch is an important event, children start school at 7am and at noon go home to eat with their parents.
Canadian kids are taught a lot of their lessons in both French and English.