School closures today – which schools are closed on Monday, February 10? – The Sun

SCHOOL'S out for thousands kids across the UK today after Storm Ciara battered the country over the weekend.

But which schools are closed? Here's all you need to know.

There were winds of up to 97mph recorded in some parts, with trees crashing to the ground and roofs being blown off buildings.

Most of the UK will see services continue to be disrupted as the bad weather continues, and as workers scramble to repair damage caused by yesterday's strong winds and rain.

The Met Office has issued yellow warnings of snow and wind across most of Scotland on Monday and Tuesday with gusts of up to 60mph possible.

Weather forecasters say strong winds could lead to blizzard conditions while there may be up to 20cm of snow by Tuesday evening over the highest routes.


Have schools been closed after Storm Ciara?

Some schools across the country will not be opening today due to the chaotic weather.

To check if your child's school has been affected, visit your local council's website or check the Government website.

Below are links to school websites that have been closed in areas most affected by Storm Ciara:

Aberdeenshire

Barnsley school

Bradford

Buckinghamshire

Calderdale

Derbyshire

Doncaster

Durham

East Dunbartonshire

East Renfrewshire

East Riding

City of Edinburgh 

Essex 

Falkirk 

Fife

Gateshead

Glasgow City

Hertfordshire

Hull 

Kent 

Kirklees

Leeds

Leicestershire

London

Norfolk

North Lanarkshire

Lincolnshire

North Yorkshire

Northern Ireland 

Northumberland 

Nottinghamshire

Rotherham

Scottish Borders

Sheffield

South Tyneside

Stirling

Suffolk

The Highlands

West Lothian

City of York

What should you do if your kids can't go to school?

It's hard to plan for situations that are out of your control, so try and contact work as early as possible to let them know you have the children for the day.

A reasonable boss shouldn’t penalise you but they might ask you to work from home if you possibly can.

If not, they might be able to make you take unpaid leave, holiday days or work flexible hours to make up time.

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