For teenagers it's a chance to say goodbye - and a reward for all their hard work. Here are your pics as the prom season gets underway.
An MP says he's concerned about the safety of the region's schoolchildren after figures showed a large cut in the number of lollipop ladies.
Government attempts to disuade parents from taking children out of school
Parents will have their say on the future of three Dunstable middle schools this evening.
Plans have been put forward by Central Bedfordshire Council to close Ashton VA, Brewers Hill and Streetfield Middle Schools because of falling pupil numbers.
The plans will be discussed by councillors this evening and parents have been invited to the meeting.
Thousands of youngsters in Cambridge have been finding out how they can use science in their everyday lives as part of a drive to get more of them interested in the subject. The annual University of Cambridge Science Festival allows children to take part in a range of activities.
Last weekend alone more than 20,000 people attended events around the City and it's hoped that figure will be beaten this weekend.
The latest school performance league tables have been released by the Department for Education - pitting the country's high schools, sixth forms and colleges against each other.
It was a mixed bag of results in the Anglia region in 2013.
While in the East of the Anglia region, Southend managed to finish in the top half of local authorities with more than 60 per cent of pupils achieving the government's gold standard at GCSE, Suffolk and Norfolk remain worryingly close to the bottom.
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Education inspectors are visiting Suffolk Councy Council to see if the council has improved performance at schools in the county.
If follows a previous inspection which was critical of the way the council dealt with under performing schools.
OFSTED says its team will be finding out how the council supports and challenges schools in the county to improve.
Some schools in Milton Keynes are expected to be affected by industrial action by two of the main teaching unions today.
It's the second in a series of strikes which affected other schools in the region earlier in the month.
Members of the National Union of Teachers and NASUWT are protesting against government education and pensions policy as well as pay and working conditions.
Parents are being advised to check school websites to see if they are opening.