Updated school closure list

PUBLISHED: 08:57 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 25 May 2010

AN UPDATED list of North Somerset schools that are open today (Fri) has been published.

AN UPDATED list of North Somerset schools that are open today (Fri) has been published.

Primary schools that are open are: Backwell, Banwell, Becket, Birdwell - opening from 10am, Blagdon, Bournville, Burrington, Castle Batch, Christchurch, Churchill, Corpus Christi, Court-de-Wyck VC - review at 7am, Flax Bourton, Golden Valley, Herons' Moor Community, Hillside First, Kingshill, Sandford, St Andrew's, St Anne's, St Francis, St George's - skeleton staff and pupils to dress appropriately for the weather, Tickenham, West Leigh, Winscombe Woodborough, Wrington - open from 10am, Yatton Infants and Yatton Junior.

Primary schools that are closed are: Ashcombe, All Saints, Crockerne, Dundry, Grove Junior, Hannah More Infants, High Down Infants, High Down Junior, Hutton, Kewstoke, Locking, Mary Elton, Mead Vale, Mendip Green First, Milton Baptist, Milton Park, Northleaze, Oldmixon, Portishead, St John the Evangelist, St Katherine's Primary in Felton, St Mark's, St Martin's - closed due to heating problems, St Mary's, St Nicholas Chantry, St Peter's, Trinity, Uphill, Walliscote, Windwhistle, Winford, Worlebury St Pauls, Wraxall, Yeo Moor Infants and Yeo Moor Junior.

Secondary schools that are open are: Backwell - years 10, 11, 12 and 13 only (coaches may not be able to reach Kingston Seymour), Broadoak, Gordano and Nailsea.

Secondary schools that are closed: Churchill Community and Sixth Form Centre, Clevedon, Priory Community, St Katherine's, Worle and Wyvern.

Special schools that are open: Baytree.

Special schools that are closed: Westhaven and Ravenswood.

The following children's centres are open: Ashcombe, Clevedon, Milton and Old Worle, Nailsea and Backwell, Central Weston and South Weston.

The following children's centres are closed: Banwell, Winscombe and Sandford, Crockerne, Portishead and Yatton.


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