Parents who educate their children at home handed over a petition against proposals to regulate and monitor what they do.
Welsh Olympians and Paralympians will be given a heroes' welcome this afternoon with a special ceremony held for them at the Senedd.
The Welsh Government has invited the Grand Slam-winning team and Wales fans to the Senedd for a special event this evening.
A group of AMs says misbehaving Welsh Assembly Members should face tougher punishments.
At present, AMs can only be suspended if they breach their code of conduct for a handful of offences like breaking strict financial rules.
But an Assembly committee wants the power to exclude AMs to be extended when Senedd politicians have shown poor "personal conduct".
A petition will be handed into the National Assembly for Wales' Petitions Committee on Wednesday lunchtime, calling for the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Gower Peninsula to be extended. The call was first made in 2005, and now the Gower Society wants the Welsh Government to step in.
Wales captain Sam Warburton says the team is looking forward to saying 'thank you' to the fans, at a special event in Cardiff Bay organised for Monday evening. The Welsh Government has invited the squad and backroom staff to the Senedd to congratulate them on their Grand Slam triumph.
– Wales captain Sam Warburton
We know it is a great honour for us to be invited to the Senedd and if fans turn up to greet us it will make for a great occasion. All of us know how important rugby is here in Wales and we are humbled by the level of support we get from followers of our sport and from the general public.
Fans have been asked to arrive for 6pm on Monday. The First Minister Carwyn Jones will then present the Six Nations trophy to the captain and coach Warren Gatland.
It's not the most controversial motion ever to be debated in the Senedd but that's not why Plaid Cymru have tabled it. It's more a salute to the man who has led them since 2000. The Assembly is being asked to agree that it:
Welcomes the progress made in securing enhanced devolved powers resulting from the successful referendum in 2011; recognises the widespread support for further devolution; and looks forward to further advances in the devolution of powers, including fiscal responsibility.
The idea is to provide a platform for Ieuan Wyn Jones to give his final speech as party leader and if opposition politicians are so inclined to join Plaid Cymru AMs in singing his praises.