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Adverse weather effects policy

Discussion in 'Primary' started by greenpaddy, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. greenpaddy

    greenpaddy New commenter

    Does anyone hae such a policy and if so are you willing to share it as part of a working group on writing one. County do not have a model one for guidelines!
  2. Do you mean in relation to adverse weather whilst at school or effecting teachers trying to get to school?
  3. greenpaddy

    greenpaddy New commenter

    Keeping the school open / whether to close it. Also regarding staff getting to school in adverse weather.
  4. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    If you Google school policy adverse weather conditions (select pages from the uk) you will get pages of policies to look at!

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