The Duke of York is in Swindon today, opening the University Technical College.
He has been chatting to students at the new college, which will educate 600 young people, helping to prepare them for work or university.
The Duke is patron of an educational trust, and has said he is passionate about creating opportunities for young people in engineering and manufacturing.
Councillors in South Gloucestershire will decide tonight whether to close The Grange School in Warmley by 2017.
The government has already promised money for a new so-called Studio School, but Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore worries this could be withdrawn if the Grange remains open.
Ofsted's first ever inspection of the whole range of children's services in Somerset has found that too many of them are inadequate.Read the full story ›
Ofsted has published a damning report into the quality of children's services in Somerset.
The education watchdog says the county council is "not providing good enough support for its most vulnerable young people and families".
One third of the 39 places inspected were seen as less than good with six of them judged inadequate. Somerset county council says it will make urgent improvements.
We looked at provision for 13,500 children - that's the number of children whose lives are touched by those children's centres and both those centres were inadequate. So really quite shocking statistics in terms of the number of children who are not getting what they need.
The Prince of Wales has been out and about in his home county of Gloucestershire.
He met schoolchildren, business reps and organisers before opening Festomane, The Stroud Festival of Manufacturing and Engineering. It was founded in 2012 to promote Stroud's heritage and showcase local employment and training in the sector.
An interactive website is inviting people in Bristol to come up with ideas for the future of libraries in the city.
The council has to save more than a million pounds from its libraries budget by 2016.
The new website - www.bristol.gov.uk/libraryideas - is part of a consultation asking residents to suggest new ways of providing the service.
A village hall on the Somerset Levels has reopened nine months after being flooded.
Moorland and District Village Hall has been officially reopened at a ceremony this evening. There has been a portable building in its place for nine months. 120 people from the local community were invited to the event.
An assessment and marking boycott at the Universities of Bath and Bristol will begin today.
University and College Union members will stop marking work and conducting examinations - but will continue to carry out other academic duties.
The dispute is over changes to staff pensions. Staff from 67 other universities across the country will also be taking part in the boycott.
Lord of the Rings actor Sir Iain McKellen had some stern words for the pupils at Chew Valley School near Bristol during a recent visit. He was visiting the school to celebrate their work promoting human rights, opposing bullying and homophobic language and behaviour at school.
They recently addressed a Stonewall Conference in London and were made Stonewall Champions. Stonewall is an organisation set up by Sir Iain McKellen promoting equal rights.
But Sir Ian had some stern words for the students at the school, warning them of what might happen if they failed to revise for their exams....
A South Gloucestershire primary school's been forced to closed after dozens of children and teachers came down with norovirus.
Two Mile Hill School in Kingswood will be closed until Monday to allow for deep cleaning.