Heavy snow forces East Devon schools to remain closed for second day

PUBLISHED: 18:10 01 March 2018 | UPDATED: 18:13 01 March 2018

Heavy snow has forced many schools across the county to remain closed for a second day.

Heavy snow has forced many schools across the county to remain closed for a second day.

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Schools to remain closed for a second day due to heavy snow across the area

Many schools across East Devon will remain closed as a result of the heavy snow that has affected the area.

Headteachers have been informing parents that school will not be opening on Friday.

With much of the area covered in an blanket of snow, pupils will get another day away from school.

Among those to have announced their decisions so far are:

Marpool Primary School, Exmouth

Colyton Grammar School

Bassetts Farm Primary School, Exmouth

Ottery St Mary Primary School

Kilmington Primary School

Honiton Community College

Axe Valley Academy

Cranbrook Education Campus

Shute Community Primary School

Exeter Road Community Primary School, Exmouth

Sidmouth Church Of England (VA) Primary School

The King’s School

Woodbury Church Of England Primary School

Beer Church Of England Primary School

Exmouth Community College

All Saints Church of England Primary School

Awliscombe Church of England Primary School

Payhembury Church Of England Primary School

West Hill Primary School

Tipton St John Church Of England Primary School

Feniton Church Of England Primary School

Withycombe Raleigh Church of England Primary School, Exmouth

Seaton Primary School

Mrs Ethelston’s CofE Primary Academy, Uplyme

Sidbury Church Of England Primary School

The Woodroffe School, Lyme Regis

For a full list of those affected in Devon, click here


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