Just under 800 students collected results at Exeter College this morning. More than half got top A and B grades.
Up and down the UK on Monday, cinemas will show children how the war affected the Devon village of Iddesleigh.
Teachers across the West Country will be on strike tomorrow forcing the closure of many schools. Check if your child's school is closed here
Yeovil College students are celebrating after achieving an overall A Level pass rate of 99% for the sixth year in a row.
100% pass rates were achieved in 21 of 24 A Level subject areas, including Physics, English Language, Chemistry, Business Studies, Psychology, Sociology and Maths.
Oliver Latcham (18) of Yeovil achieved the top A* grade in Physics, Maths and Further Maths, as well as an A grade in Chemistry.
– Oliver Latcham
“I’m a bit blown away by it all really! Being at Yeovil College was fun and enjoyable. The support of the lecturers was really good too. I’m going to go to the University of Exeter to study Physics and would really like a career in research and Astrophysics.”
Students across the region will be finding out their A Level results today. Many will discover if they have made it into their university of choice. But changes to the syllabus and tougher marking have made the path to further education all the more challenging.
If you would like us to read out your congratulations on ITV West Country tonight at 6pm, please email email@example.com, saying where you are from and where the student is off to next term.
Plymouth University says its "united" behind a review process that has led to Vice-Chancellor Wendy Purcell being placed on leave.
The board has issued a statement dismissing newspaper reports of disagreement among governors. It says it will follow any recommendations from the Higher Education Funding Council who called for the review.
Torbay Council has received over £250,000 from the Government to give children with disabilities greater support at school.
The Council plans to spend the money on better resources and a more personalised education for those with special needs.
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.
The RNLI and the Amateur Swimming Association are teaming up at Bude to launch a safe swimming initiative.
It comes after statistics revealed a high number of incidents where children were unsafe in the water.
- 17% of parents say their child has got into difficulties in the water
- 5% of parents say their child has been in a serious incident in the water
- 21% of parents don't always supervise their children in the water
- 9% of parents say their children can't swim
- 21% of parents believe if their child can swim a length of a 25m pool they will be safe to swim in the water.
A charity has teamed up with the RNLI to encourage people to be safe when swimming as children try to cool off.
The Amateur Swimming Association will be launching a water safety initiative in Bude today after it found that 17% of parents in the South West say their child has got into difficulties in water. This summer they'll be running courses to try to give children confidence when out in open water.
There are calls for school holidays to be staggered to help cut the cost of a summer break and boost tourism in the West Country. Leading figures in the trade say a longer season would cut traffic jams while boosting visitor numbers.