Shabina Begum, 16, won a court battle against her school which told her she wasn't allowed to wear her traditional jilbab dress.
And 13-year-old Olivia Acton was expelled from her school for refusing to take her hair braids out.
Steve Fossett became the first person to fly solo around the world non-stop. It took him almost 67 hours to fly around the globe in his GlobalFlyer plane.
Comic Relief raised loads of money for charity. McFly went to Africa to see what some of the money would go towards and Edith Bowman won Celebrity Fame Academy.
Jamie Oliver campaigned to get Turkey Twizzlers taken off school menus because he thought they were unhealthy. But the company which makes them said this was unfair and that Twizzlers could be part of a "balanced diet".
Jamie Oliver also went to Downing Street to meet Tony Blair and gave him a petition demanding more money be spent on school meals.
The long-awaited Nintendo DS finally hit the shelves.
British ladybirds came under threat from Harlequin ladybirds from Asia which were stealing all their food!
A teenage gunman at Red Lake High School in Minnesota, USA, went on the rampage killing seven pupils, his grandfather and himself.
As work continued to repair the parts of South Asia hit by the tsunami, another earthquake hit. Although it was a massive tremor fortunately it didn't trigger another tsunami.
And Doctor Who returned to our screens although Christopher Eccleston decided to quit as the Doctor after just one series.