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.
Plans to tackle payday lenders is being discussed in the Senedd today.
There has been a call for legislation to protect people who fall victim to short-term high interest loans.
Assembly Member Bethan Jenkins says the law would improve financial education in schools if the bill is passed.
Campaigners have protested outside the Senedd to voice their concerns against fracking in Wales.
The Welsh Government says we need to look at new ways of sourcing energy. Many of those opposed to fracking say they're concerned about the environmental consequences.
Alexandra Lodge reports.
Hundreds of campaigners are expected to gather outside the Senedd today to show their concerns against so-called 'fracking' in Wales.
'Fracking' is the term given to a technique used to release gas and oil from shale rock. It involves drilling down before fracturing layers of rock using a pressurised liquid.
Anti-fracking groups such say 'this is not an alternative energy source' and that "the money which is being in invested in ever more extremes of energy extraction should now go into clean energy'
The Welsh Government say given the challenges of the energy sector they understand there is a need to look at the potential of this type of energy resource. However, there is also a need to fully consider the impacts on communities and the environment.
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.