Which schools in Havering are closed due to snow this morning?

PUBLISHED: 09:03 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:32 28 February 2018

Snowy scenes from around Havering submitted by Recorder readers. Photo: @SN_Vaping

Snowy scenes from around Havering submitted by Recorder readers. Photo: @SN_Vaping


Here is a list of schools confirmed as closed today (February 28), as a result of the snowy weather conditions.

- Coopers’ Company & Coborn School, Upminster

- Hall Mead, Upminster

- The Albany, Hornchurch

- Campion School, Hornchurch

- Abbs Cross Academy, Hornchurch

- Harrow Lodge Primary School, Hornchurch

- The Brittons Academy, Rainham

- Brady Primary School, Rainham

- Bower Park Academy, Romford

- Harold Court Primary School, Harold Wood

- St Joseph Catholic Primary School, Upminster

- Crownfield Infant and Junior School, Romford

- La Salette Catholic School, Rainham

- Langtons Infant and Junior School, Hornchurch

- Towers Infant and Junior School, Hornchurch

- Rise Park Infant & Junior School and Sunbeams Nursery, Romford

- St. Edward’s Church of England Primary School, Romford

- Ravensbourne School, Romford

- Lambourne Primary School, Romford

- St Peter’s Primary School, Romford

- James Oglethorpe Primary School, Upminster

- Hacton Primary School, Hornchurch

- St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Hornchurch

- Sanders School, Hornchurch

- Emerson Park Academy, Emerson Park

- Harold Wood Primary School, Harold Wood

- Ardleigh Green Infant and Junior School, Hornchurch

- Corbets Tey School, Upminster

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

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