The Bromley schools closed because of snow

PUBLISHED: 10:49 01 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:49 01 March 2018

West Wickham, posted by Be Social Bromley.

West Wickham, posted by Be Social Bromley.


The bad weather has closed huge numbers of schools in Bromley today, Thursday.

The following schools are closed:

Primary and Infant Schools:

• Alexandra Infant and Junior Schools

• Biggin Hill Primary School

• Blenheim Primary School

• Castlecombe Primary School

• Crofton Infant and Junior Schools

• Cudham CE Primary School

• Dorset Road Infant School

• Downe Primary School

• Gray’s Farm Primary Academy

• Green Street Green Primary School

• Hayes Primary School

• Highfield Infants’ School

• Highfield Junior School

• Langley Park Primary School

• Leesons Primary School

• Manor Oak Primary School

• Midfield Primary School

• Mottingham Primary School

• Oak Lodge Primary School

• Oaklands Primary School

• Perry Hall Primary School

• Pickhurst Infant and Junior Academy

• Poverest Primary School

• Pratts Bottom Primary School

• Scotts Park Primary School

• Southborough Primary School

• St Mary Cray Primary Academy

• St Paul’s Cray CE Primary School

• St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

• St Philomena’s School

• St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School

• Tubbenden Primary School

• Unicorn Primary School

• Valley Primary School

• Warren Road Primary School

• Wickham Common Primary School

• Worsley Bridge Primary School

Secondary Schools and colleges:

• Bishop Justus CE School

• Bullers Wood School

• Bromley Beacon Academy

• Charles Darwin School

• Chislehurst School for Girls

• Coopers School

• Darrick Wood School

• Glebe School

• Harris Academy

• Kemnal Technology College

• Langley Park School for boys

• Langley Park School for girls

• London South East Colleges

• Majorie McClure School

• Newstead Wood School

• Riverside School

• St Olave’s Grammar School

• The Ravensborune School


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