Ross Sangar from UCAS says there are still plenty of opportunities to study at University for those who haven't got the grades they expected:
For more information about UCAS and what to do if you haven't got the results you were expecting visit the UCAS website.
Staff at the university clearing service UCAS are expecting up to 25,000 enquiries when A-level results are revealed tomorrow. The number of workers at the Cheltenham offices have more than quadrupled to 200 to cope with the demand as students search for university courses.
Up to 634 new primary school places will be available in North Somerset at the start of term this September.
Building work is taking place at a number of schools across the district during the summer holidays to expand and enhance current facilities and meet the demand for primary school places.
North Somerset Council’s £10m expansion project covers schools in Portishead, Backwell, Long Ashton and Weston-super-Mare. It will create new places for a range of year groups this September, with the largest increase in places at St Peter’s C of E Primary School, Portishead and St Anne’s C of E Primary School, Weston-super-Mare.
The Deputy Prime Minister has visited a private cookery school in Taunton where he's banging the drum for free school meals for under sevens.
Nick Clegg was at Cookability which specialises in teaching cookery skills to young people.
Just a year ago Ollie Wilson's family say they were hardly able to lead a normal life. Ollie who is 6 years old is autistic. Typical days out were nearly impossible and his parents thought he would be moved to a special school.
But all that changed when Ollie's family discovered the charity Horseshoes and Handprints in Somerset - and for the first time in his life, Ollie even smiled. Ellie Barker has the story.
A charity in Somerset has completely changed the life of a six-year-old autistic boy.
Ollie Wilson's parents said days out were almost impossible because of their son's behavioural difficulties. But with the help of Horseshoes and Handprints near Ilminster, they've seen him smile for the first time.
Families angry at plans to close children's centres across Swindon, today took to the streets in protest.
The town council needs to make £48 million of savings over three years and wants to shut seven of the town's 12 centres. But campaigners say the cuts will hit the most vulnerable.
Parents at a Dorset school have started a protest campaign after being asked to pay £400 for iPads for their children.Read the full story ›
Parents at a Dorset school have started a protest campaign after being asked to pay £400 for iPads for their children.
A letter was sent out by Gryphon School in Sherborne recommending that pupils in Year 7, 8 and 9 should buy iPads for use from September.
Following complaints the school has said that this is not a "requirement" but is "entirely optional."
Teenagers across Bristol are being warned about the dangers of sunburn and skin cancer.
Skin cancer cases have tripled in the city in the last five years. Secondary schools are using a short film by the Teenage Cancer Trust to educate students about ways to stay safe. It's the last full week of term before the school summer holidays begin.