BEAST FROM THE EAST: School closures around Rotherham

By Adele Forrest | 01/03/2018

BEAST FROM THE EAST: School closures around Rotherham

SCHOOLS around Rotherham have been forced to close again today (Thursday) due to the adverse weather conditions.

The following schools are closed:

•    Abbey School
•    Anston Greenlands Primary School
•    Anston Hillcrest Primary School
•    Anston Park Infant School
•    Anston Park Junior School
•    Aston Fence Junior and Infant School
•    Aston Hall Junior and Infant School
•    Aston Lodge Primary School
•    Badsley Moor Junior School
•    Badsley Moor Junior School
•    Blackburn Primary School
•    Bramley Grange Primary School
•    Bramley Sunnyside Junior School
•    Brampton The Ellis CofE Primary School
•    Brinsworth Manor Junior School
•    Brinsworth Whitehill Primary School
•    Brookfield Primary Academy
•    Broom Valley Community School
•    Broom Valley Community School
•    Canklow Woods Primary School
•    Canklow Woods Primary School
•    Catcliffe Primary School
•    Catcliffe Primary School
•    Clifton Community School
•    Coleridge Primary School
•    Dinnington High School
•    Eastwood Village Primary School
•    Ferham Primary School
•    Harthill Primary School
•    Herringthorpe Infant School
•    High Greave Infant School
•    High Greave Junior School
•    Kelford School
•    Kilnhurst Primary School
•    Kimberworth Community Primary School
•    Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School
•    Laughton Junior and Infant School
•    Laughton Junior and Infant School
•    Maltby Lilly Hall Academy
•    Maltby Manor Primary School
•    Maltby Redwood Academy
•    Meadow View Primary School
•    Milton School
•    Monkwood Primary Academy
•    Newman School
•    Ravenfield Primary School
•    Rawmarsh Ashwood Primary School
•    Rawmarsh Ashwood Primary School
•    Rawmarsh Thorogate Junior and Infant School
•    Redscope Primary School
•    Saint Bernard's Catholic High School
•    Sandhill Primary Academy
•    Sitwell Infant School
•    Sitwell Junior School
•    St Ann's Junior and Infant School
•    St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Dinnington
•    Swinton Academy
•    Swinton Fitzwilliam Primary School
•    The Arnold Centre
•    The Rowan Centre
•    The Willows School
•    Thornhill Primary School
•    Thorpe Hesley Primary School
•    Thrybergh Fullerton CofE VA Primary School
•    Treeton CofE (A) Primary School
•    Trinity Croft CofE Junior and Infant School
•    Trinity Croft CofE Junior and Infant School
•    Wales Primary School 

  • Wales High School

•    Wath Victoria Primary School
•    Wentworth CofE Junior and Infant School
•    Whiston Worrygoose Junior and Infant School
•    Wickersley Northfield Primary School
•    Wickersley School and Sports College
•    Winterhill School
•    Winterhill School

To find out more visit http://www.rotherham.gov.uk/schoolclosures 

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