The big freeze has forced Cambridgeshire schools to close.
Staff at Long Road Sixth Form College made the decision to not to open today because the grounds were unsafe.
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A statement on the college’s website said: “On Monday 6th February, the College will be closed. The amount of snow which has fallen and drifted means that the College grounds are unsafe for staff and students.”
Other schools and colleges that have decided to close due to the bad weather conditions are:
Castle Camps Primary School, Castle Camps, Haverhill
Castle Special School, Cambridge
Ely St Mary’s C of E Junior School
Granta School, in Linton
Harbour Special School, Wilburton
Highfield School, Ely
Lantern Primary School, Ely
Long Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge
Spring Meadow Infant and Nursery School, Ely
Witchford Village College
Neale-Wade Community College, March
Schools with a late opening:
Abbey Meadows Primary School, Cambridge, is opening at 10am
Chesterton Community College, Cambridge, is opening at 10.15am for most students but 9am for GCSE students taking IT skills exam
The Manor, Cambridge, is opening at 10.30am