BREAKING ISLE OF WIGHT

Isle of Wight schools closed following of severe Met Office weather warning – LIVE updates on which schools won’t open on Thursday, March 1

Isle of Wight schools closed following of severe Met Office weather warning – LIVE updates on which schools won’t open on Thursday, March 1

As a result of the warning, many schools and all three special schools have took the decision on Wednesday not to open on Thursday March 1.

Current status of Isle of Wight school as of 1415 on Thursday morning: 01 Mar 2018
Adverse weather – SCHOOL CLOSURES
Keep any eye on this page for updates.

Where no status is given – we are awaiting update. Updates of closures will be made as we receive them.

All Saints CE Primary School – OPEN
Arreton St George’s CE Primary School – OPEN
Barton Primary School – OPEN
Bembridge CE Primary School – OPEN
Binstead Primary School – OPEN
Brading CE Primary School – OPEN (closing at 1.30pm)
Brighstone CE Primary School – CLOSED
Broadlea Primary School – OPEN
Carisbrooke CE Primary School – OPEN
Chillerton and Rookley Primary School – OPEN (closing at 1pm)
Cowes Primary School – OPEN
Dover Park Primary School – OPEN
Gatten and Lake Primary School – OPEN (closing at 1.45pm)
Godshill Primary School – OPEN
Greenmount Primary School – OPEN (closing at 2pm)
Gurnard Primary School – OPEN
Haylands Primary School – OPEN
Holy Cross Catholic Primary School – OPEN
Hunnyhill Primary School – OPEN
Lanesend Primary School –
Nettlestone Primary School – OPEN (closing at 12.30pm)
Newchurch Primary School – OPEN (closing at 12.30pm)
Newport CE Primary School –
Nine Acres Primary School – OPEN (closing at 1.30pm)
Niton Primary School – OPEN
Northwood Primary School – OPEN
Oakfield CE Primary School – OPEN
Queensgate Foundation Primary School – OPEN
Shalfleet CE Primary School – OPEN (closing at 1pm)
St Blasius Shanklin CE Primary Academy – OPEN (closing at 2pm)
St Francis Catholic and CE Primary Academy – CLOSED
St Helens Primary School – OPEN
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School – OPEN
St Saviour’s Catholic Primary School – CLOSED
St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School – OPEN (closing at 2pm)
Summerfields Primary School – OPEN
The Bay CE Primary School – open
Wootton Primary School – OPEN
Wroxall Primary School – OPEN (closing at 12 noon)
Yarmouth CE Primary School – OPEN (closing at 1pm)

Secondary schools

Carisbrooke College –
Christ the King College –
Cowes Enterprise College – OPEN
Medina College –
Island Innovation VI Form Campus –
Ryde Academy – OPEN
Sandown Bay Academy – CLOSED
Isle of Wight College –
Island Free School –
Isle of Wight Studio School – OPEN

Special schools

Medina House School – CLOSED
St George’s School – CLOSED
The Island Learning Centre – CLOSED

Hampshire schools:

#Update SCHOOLS & COLLEGES NOW CLOSED DUE TO FORECAST SNOW

► PORTSMOUTH
• Beacon View Primary Academy, Allaway Avnue, Cosham
• Mary Rose Academy, Gisors Road, Southsea
• Mayville High School, St SimonSs Road, Southsea
• Cliffdale Primary Academy, Battenburg Avenue, North End
• Portsmouth Grammar School, High Street, Old Portsmouth
• Redwood Park Academy, Wembley Grove, Cosham
• Willows Centre for Children **day care provision unaffected** Battenburg Avenue, North End

► FAREHAM
• Baycroft School, Gosport Road, Stubbington
• Brookfield Community School, Brook Lane, Sarisbury Green
• Fareham Academy, St Anne’s Grove
• Fareham College, Bishopsfield Road, Fareham
• Heathfield School, Oldbury Way, Fareham
• Henry Cort Community College, Hillson Drive, Fareham
• Portchester Community School, White Hart Lane
• Red Barn Community Primary, Linden Lea, Portchester
• St Francis Special School, Patchway Drive, Oldbury Way
• Titchfield Primary School, Southampton Road, Titchfield
• Wallisdean County Junior School, Wallisdean Avenue, Fareham

► GOSPORT
• Bedenham Primary School, Bridgemary Avenue
• Bridgemary School, Wych Lane
• Holbrook Primary School, Wych Lane
• St Vincent College, Mill Lane

► HAVANT
• Havant College, New Road
• Prospect School, Freeley Road, Havant
• Glenwood School, Washington Road, Emsworth
>FROM 1.15PM Riders Infant & Junior Federation, Kingsclere Avenue, Havant
>FROM 1.15PM St Alban’s Church Of England Primary, St Alban’s Road, West Leigh

► WATERLOOVILLE
>FROM 1.15PM Denmead Infant School, Hambledon Road
>FROM 1.15PM Denmead Junior School, Bere Road
• Purbrook Junior School, Aldermoor Road East, Purbrook
• Purbrook Park School, Park Avenue, Widley
• Rachel Madocks School, Eagle Avenue, Cowplain
• South Downs College, College Road, Widley
• The Waterloo School, Warfield Avenue
HAMPSHIRE Police says ‘don’t travel’

Empty shelves in the shops

What the weather warning colours mean
Yellow: Severe weather is possible over the next few days and could affect you. Yellow means that you should plan ahead thinking about possible travel delays, or the disruption of your day to day activities. The Met Office is monitoring the developing weather situation and Yellow means keep an eye on the latest forecast and be aware that the weather may change or worsen, leading to disruption of your plans in the next few days.
Amber: There is an increased likelihood of bad weather affecting you, which could potentially disrupt your plans and possibly cause travel delays, road and rail closures, interruption to power and the potential risk to life and property. Amber means you need to be prepared to change your plans and protect you, your family and community from the impacts of the severe weather based on the forecast from the Met Office
Red: Extreme weather is expected. Red means you should take action now to keep yourself and others safe from the impact of the weather. Widespread damage, travel and power disruption and risk to life is likely. You must avoid dangerous areas and follow the advice of the emergency services and local authorities.