SCHOOLS up and down the country are planning for another day of closures.
More snow, ice and fog are expected to cover Britain on Tuesday.
4People sledging in Richmond Park today as schools were closed across the countryCredit: PA4Brits are preparing for -15C temperatures tonightCredit: MET Office4A van is stuck in the snow in north London todayCredit: GettyPupils in counties including Gloucestershire, Cornwall, Devon and East Sussex were told to stay at home today as a thick blanket of snow settled.
Tomorrow is expected to be no different as we battle temperatures of -15C in some parts.
The first major snow fall caused a day of delays and disruption on the roads.
Travellers were forced to turn back home after more than four inches of snow fell overnight while scores of train services were cancelled.
Dozens of schools will be completely closed and moved to online learning – while more are expected to have later starts.
Here we break down areas where schools have announced closures or delayed starts.
A special needs school in Gloucester as confirmed it will be closed on Tuesday.
The Milestone School said: “Regretfully, despite the best efforts of the Site Team, the school site remains unsafe.
“The school will therefore remain closed on Tuesday December 13.”
These are the schools we know to be shut so far:
DEVON & CORNWALL
People in Cornwall have been urged not to travel.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said it dealt with more than 300 reports of road traffic accidents linked to ice over the weekend.
There are a handful of school closures in the area.
However some are only partially closed.
You can see a full list of schools either fully or partially closed in Devon here, while Cornwall’s information can be found here.
There are more than 20 schools planning to be closed in the county on Tuesday.
A full list of affected schools can be found here.
Some Essex schools were forced to close today and there are currently 10 closures tomorrow.
The full list of schools closed in Essex can be found here.
More than 100 schools in Gloucestershire were closed on Monday.
Many will remain that way for Tuesday as pupil safety comes first.
You can find out the full life of closures here.
People are advised to check with their local authority for information on school closures in your area.
Barking and Dagenham
City of London
Hammersmith & Fulham
Kensington & Chelsea
Kingston upon Thames
Richmond upon Thames
This story will be updated frequently.
4A train making its way through Kent todayCredit: PA
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