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Eight life-size gorilla statues have sailed into Torquay to raise awareness for Paignton Zoo and money for gorilla conservation.
Media Trust and ITV News have launched "Breaking Into News 2012" to identify top broadcast journalists of the future.
It's an important week for most 11 year olds sitting their SAT tests but new research suggests one in five children will go into the exams hungry.
Missing out on breakfast can have a huge impact on behaviour and performance.
Jonathan Gibson spent the morning at one school's breakfast club:
Primary School children will take their SATS exams this week, but last year a fifth of children sat one or more of their exams hungry.
In response to the figures Ford Primary School in Plymouth is providing free breakfasts for those taking the tests.
The exams for year 6 pupils cover the three core subjects, English, Maths and Science, with results going towards the school's placing in national League Tables.
Primary School children are taking their SATS exams this week.
Last year a fifth of children sat one or more of their exams hungry.
Today, Ford Primary School in Plymouth is providing free breakfasts for those taking the tests.
The tests for year six pupils cover the three core subjects, English, Maths and Science. The results go towards each school's league table placing.
A Devon mother has criticised a head teacher for asking her to postpone her daughter's birthday party, because it was due to be held the day before her younger daughter's exams.
Tina Adams from Tiverton has accused the teacher of 'trying to ruin the party'.
The headteacher at Castle Primary School in Tiverton says she never intended to cause distress but would rather be seen to be trying too hard than not hard enough.
Jacquie Bird reports:
The University of Exeter moves up from 13th to 10th place in The Complete University Guide’s ranking of 124 UK universities for 2014, published today (Mon).
It is the first time that Exeter has entered the guide's national top ten. Cambridge remains in first place, with Oxford second.
Parents in Somerset and Devon will find out today what primary school their children will be going to this September.
Figures from Somerset County Council show that 91 per cent have secured their first choice - an increase on last year.
Parents in Cornwall were notified earlier this week. Decisions can be appealed if a child has been refused from a preferred school.
One in three parents admit their children cannot swim the length of a pool.
With more than 400 drownings across the country every year, a campaign has begun to get everyone swimming.
Esther Pearson, from Surf Life Saving GB has been talking to our reporter Richard Lawrence.
A survey commissioned for Daybreak has found that 1 in 3 parents admit their children cannot swim the length of a pool (25m).
More than 400 people drown in the UK each year. Half of those occur in the South and West, popular holiday destinations.
A 'Studio School' has been approved for Dorset by the Government.
The school in Dorchester will allow 14 to 19-year-olds to study academic subjects through practical projects designed and delivered by employers.
Schools Commissioner Dr Elizabeth Sidwell says Studio Schools are 'crucial in helping those young people who prefer practical learning to pick up the skills wanted by employers':