Where snow has closed schools in Cornwall, Flintshire and elsewhere in the UK
Snow has arrived once again, and it is causing disruptions for schools cross the country.
The Met Office has also issued a yellow warning for snow and ice across parts of the UK throughout Tuesday.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Where are schools in Wales closed?
Snow has closed a number of schools in Conwy and Denbighshire for “health and safety” reasons.
Al schools in Powys will be open today, but there are some school closures.
Which schools in England are closed?
Currently the closed schools are in Corwall and include:
Archbishop Benson – opening 11.00am
Biscovey Academy – opening 10.30am
Biscovey Infant and Nursery School – opening 10.30am
Blackwater Community Primary School – opening 11:00am
Boskenwyn School – opening 10:30am
Brannel School – CLOSED
Camborne Science and International Academy – CLOSED
Cape Cornwall School – opening 10:30am
Caradon Academy – opening 11.30am
Carclaze Primary School – opening 10:00am
Chacewater School – opening 10:00am
Charlestown Primary School – opening 10:00am
CHES Academy (Glynn House only) – CLOSED
Cornwall College St Austell – opening 10:00am
Coverack School – opening 10:30am
Crowan School – opening 10:30am
Cubert Primary School – CLOSED
Curnow School – CLOSED
Cusgarne School – opening 10.30am
Devoran School – opening 10:00am
Doubletrees – opening 10.30am
Falmouth Primary Academy – opening 10.30am
Falmouth School – opening 11:20am
Fowey River Academy – opening 11:00am
Foxhole Learning Academy – opening 10:00am
Germoe School – opening 10:30am
Goonhavern Primary School – CLOSED
Grade Ruan – opening 10.30am
Grampound with Creed C of E School – opening 10:00am
Gulval School – opening 10:30am
Halwin School – opening 11:00am
Hayle Academy – opening 10:30am
Humphry Davy School – opening 10:45am
Illogan School – opening 10.30am
Indian Queens – opening 10.30am
Kea School – opening 10:00 am
Kehelland Village School – opening 10:30am
Kennall Vale School – opening 10.30am
Lanner School – opening 10:00am
Mabe Primary – opening 10:30am
Manaccan School – opening 10:30am
Mithian School – opening 11:00am
Mount Hawke Academy – opening 10:30am
Mylor Bridge School – opening 10:30am
Nancealverne School- opening at 10.30am
Nancledra School – opening 10:30am
Nanpean School – opening 10:30am
Nansledan School – opening 10:30am
Newquay Tretherras – CLOSED
Nine Maidens Academy – CLOSED
North Cornwall Academy – opening 11:30am
Oak Tree School – CLOSED
Padstow School – opening 10.30am
Parc Eglos – opening 10:00am
Penair School – CLOSED
Pencalenick School – opening 10:30am
Pencoys Primary School – opening 11:00am
Penponds Primary School – opening 10:30am
Penrice Academy – CLOSED
Penryn Primary Academy & Nursery – opening 10:30am
Penwith Academy – CLOSED
Perran-ar-Worthal CP School – opening 11:00am
Perranporth School – opening 10:30am
Poltair School – CLOSED
Pondhu Primary School -opening 10:00am
Pool Academy – CLOSED
Porthleven – opening 10:00am
Portreath School – opening 10:00am
Redruth School – CLOSED – learning will be online
Restormel Academy – CLOSED
Richard Lander School – CLOSED
Rosemellin Primary School – opening 10:30am
St Agnes Academy – opening 11:00am
St Columb Major Academy – opening 10:00am
St Day and Carharrack Community School – opening 11:00am
St Dennis Primary Academy – opening 10:30am
St Ives School – opening 10:30am
St Keverne Primary – opening 10:30am
St Mawes School – opening 10.30am
St Meriadoc Infant School – opening 10.30am
St Mewan CP School – opening 10:00am
St Stephen Churchtown School – opening at 10.30am
St Wenn School – opening 10:00am
Shortlanesend School – CLOSED
Sithney Community Primary School – opening 10:00am
Sky Primary & Eden Project Nursery – opening 10:00am
Stithians Community Primary School – opening 10:00am
Summercourt School – opening 10.30am
The Roseland Academy – opening 10:30am
Trannack Primary School – opening 10:00am
Tregolls School – opening at 10.00am
Treleigh School – opening 10:30am
Treverbyn School – opening 10.30am
Trevisker Primary School – opening 10:30am
Trewidland Primary – opening 11:00am
Trewirgie Infants’ and Nursery School – CLOSED
Trewirgie Junior School – CLOSED
Veryan CE School – opening 10:00am
Weeth Primary School – opening 10:30am
Which schools in Scotland are closed?
All Schools and Early Years Settings in Shetland will remain closed on Tuesday due to forecasts of continued snowfall.
Schools in Aberdeen are also closed today due to the weather.
The following schools are closed today:
The schools currently subject to delayed openings are:
Transport is either delayed or not operating at the following schools:
What is the weather forecast?
The Met Office has said all of England will continue to experience cold weather until 9am on Friday.
Forecasters issued a yellow warning for ice across southern England which is in place until 10am on Tuesday morning, with ice likely to cause difficult driving conditions.
A separate yellow warning for snow and ice is also in place in Cornwall and Devon until 10am.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice across parts of Northern Ireland, north-west England and Wales from 12pm on Monday until 12pm on Tuesday.
Separate yellow warnings for snow and ice are in place in Scotland until 9am on Tuesday.
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), a Government health agency, issued a level three cold alert on Monday in response to “severe winter weather”.
The Met Office forecast for Tuesday in Wales reads: “A cold and frosty start. Then a mix of sunny spells and wintry showers, with snow flurries likely at times, mainly across northern parts of Wales and near coastal regions. Light winds to start but freshening later. Maximum temperature 5 °C.
“Another cold night to come with a scattering of wintry showers, these turning to snow at times. A widespread frost developing, with some icy patches possible. Minimum temperature -5 °C.
At just after 3am, Devon and Cornwall Police tweeted: “Police are urging drivers to travel with caution as heavy snow showers sweep across the region.
“£A30 Carland Cross near Newquay is currently blocked due to snow, Highways are aware. Please allow extra time for any journey and drive with care.”
Just before 4.30am, Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service tweeted: “We’ve had reports that vehicles are getting stuck in snow on the A39 at Trispen and A391 at Bugle.
“Please take extra care on the roads as driving conditions are hazardous. If necessary, pull over if it is unsafe to continue.”
Avon and Somerset Police said early on Tuesday morning that they are advising the public to only travel if essential after the force received more than 100 reports of road-related incidents in five hours.
A total of 53 road traffic collisions were reported to police between 6pm and 11pm on Monday evening, with the majority being a result of the freezing weather causing dangerous driving conditions.
The force said seven of the incidents were reported to have resulted in injuries but they are not thought to be serious.
A further 67 calls were received for other road-related incidents.
Superintendent Mark Runacres said: “We are advising the public to only travel where absolutely essential due to the treacherous driving conditions.
“If travel is necessary, we ask the public to take extreme caution and allow additional time to travel.
“We have seen a significantly higher number of road-related collisions and incidents in the past 12 hours, which has increased the demand on police resources.
“We are working with local authorities and National Highways to ensure roads are properly gritted ahead of the rush hour traffic to improve driving conditions.”
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan activated the capital’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) to provide emergency accommodation for rough sleepers on Monday, as temperatures in the city are expected to fall below 0C overnight.
The Met Office has warned that “snow showers and icy stretches may bring some disruption” and could lead to longer journeys for drivers and train passengers.
It said treacherous conditions could also lead to slips and falls on icy surfaces, and urged drivers and cyclists to beware of icy patches on untreated roads.