Three more Fenland schools close because of the weather - with snow still forecast
THREE more Fenland schools have today closed their doors because of the weather – but the heavy snow that has hit much of the region still evades the area.
THREE more Fenland schools have today closed their doors because of the weather - but the heavy snow that has hit much of the region still evades the area.
Gorefield Primary School has closed because head teacher Alyson Palmer deemed conditions too dangerous.
Marshland High School in West Walton is closed because site conditions are "too dangerous for students and staff", and Walpole Cross Keys Primary School is closed due to "adverse weather affecting staff travelling to school".
Marshland High and Walpole Cross Keys Primary are two of the 380 schools currently closed in Norfolk due to hazardous weather or heating problems.
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St Peter's Junior School in Wisbech is closed until Monday with heating problems.
The College of West Anglia Isle Campus in Wisbech is also closed with heating problems. A decision on whether it will open tomorrow will be taken later today.
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