Hertfordshire schools remain shut for second day

WITH Hertfordshire still in the grips of the big freeze, many schools across the county will remain closed today (Thursday).

The schools in Times Territory not opening their doors include:

* Applecroft, WGC

* Birchwood Avenue, Hatfield

* Birchwood Nursery, Hatfield

* Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’, Hatfield

* Brookmans Park

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* Chancellor’s, Brookmans Park

* Commonswood, WGC

* Cranborne, Potters Bar

* Creswick, WGC

* Cuffley

* De Havilland, Hatfield

* Essendon

* Green Lanes, Hatfield

* Harwood Hill, WGC

* Holwell, WGC

* Holy Family, WGC

* Homerswood, WGC

* Howe Dell, Hatfield

* Knightsfield, WGC

* Ladbrooke, Potters Bar

* Lakeside, WGC

* Little Heath

* Ludwick, WGC

* Monk’s Walk, WGC

* Mount Grace, Potters Bar

* Northaw

* Oaklands, Welwyn

* Oakmere, Potters Bar

* Oak View, Hatfield

* Onslow St Audrey’s, Hatfield

* Our Lady, WGC

* Panshanger, WGC

* Park Education Support Centre, Hatfield and Potters Bar

* Peartree, WGC

* Ponsbourne St Mary’s, Newgate Street Village

* Pope Paul, Potters Bar

* Rowans, WGC

* The Ryde, Hatfield

* Sir Frederic Osborn, WGC

* Southfield, Hatfield

* Stanborough, WGC

* St Giles, South Mimms

* St John’s Digswell

* St John’s Lemsford

* St Mary’s, Welham Green

* St Michael’s, Woolmer Green

* St Philip Howard, Hatfield

* Swallow Dell, WGC

* Templewood, WGC

* Tenterfield Nursery, Welwyn

* Tewin

* Watchlytes, WGC

* Watton-at Stone

* Welwyn St Mary’s

For the second day, Kimpton Primary School is open for pupils in years one to six, but shut for reception and nursery classes.

Springmead Primary School in WGC will be open from 10.30am, to allow staff extra time to travel to work.

*Have you been affected by snow closures? Have you had to give up work or find alternative childcare arrangements? Email your thoughts to kelly-ann.kiernan@whtimes.co.uk

Keep checking back at www.whtimes24.co.uk for information about further school closures, as it becomes officially available.

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