School closures at at noon today

Dereham and Fakenham area school closures as at noon today:Alderman Peel High School, Wells - The school will be closing at 1pm today and re-opening tomorrow.

Dereham and Fakenham area school closures as at 11am today:

Alderman Peel High School, Wells - The school will be closing at 1pm today and re-opening tomorrow.

Beeston Primary School - Forecast of heavy snow.

Brancaster CE VA Primary School - no dinners and weather conditions.

Brisley CE VA Primary School - heavy snow.

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Burnham Market Primary School

Colkirk CE VA Primary School - 1. The roads in Colkirk are dangerous and deep with snow. It is snowing again and the snow is getting deeper.

Dereham CE VA Infant School & Nursery - The school will be closed all day due to the heavy snow forecast at lunchtime.

Docking CE Primary School & Nursery - School closing today from 1pm.

Fakenham High School & College - The school and college will close today from noon for the rest of the day.

Fakenham Infant & Nursery School - The school will close at 1pm due to heavy snow forecast this afternoon.

Fakenham Junior School - School will be closing at 1pm.

Fred Nicholson School, Dereham - Closed due to bad weather.

Garvestone Primary - There will be no school for Class 1 today. If heavy snow continues the school may have to send Class 2 home early.

Great Dunham Primary School - closed.

Great Witchingham CE VA Primary School.

Litcham High School.

Litcham Primary School.

Little Snoring Primary School - Closing at 1.00pm today.

Mattishall Primary School - school will be closed at 1.15pm.

Neatherd Community High School, Dereham - Adverse weather conditions and the snow is forecast to get heavier this afternoon making it more difficult to ensure pupils arrive home safely.

Northgate High School, Dereham - school will close at 12.30.

Sculthorpe CE VA Primary.

St. Mary's Community Primary School, Beetley - Unsafe conditions for travel due to snow.

West Raynham Primary School.

Yaxham Primary School.

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