Schools still open in Havering today despite snow

PUBLISHED: 08:51 02 March 2018

Schools across Havering have been closed due to the bad weather like Gidea Park Primary School

Schools across Havering have been closed due to the bad weather like Gidea Park Primary School


Even more schools across Havering have closed today because of the bad weather.

Yesterday (Thursday, March 1) only 15 schools in the borough were open, and today only 13 are open despite the snow.

Eight primary schools, two secondary schools, one special school and two independent schools have confirmed that they are open today (Friday, March 2).

Schools open include:

• Benhurst Primary School

• Clockhouse Primary School

• Crowlands Primary School

• Elm Park Primary School

• Oasis Academy: Pinewood

• St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

• St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School

• The Mawney Foundation Schooll

• Marshalls Park Academy

• St Edward’s Church of England School and Sixth Form College

• Ravensbourne School

• Gidea Park College

• Goodrington School

Schools will communicate further closures via their own means. If unsure, parents should check their school’s website.

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