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Coronavirus: latest information on our response, updates on our services and what support is available

School emergency closures

All schools are closed until further notice.

The only children that can attend school are: vulnerable children, children with education, health and care plans (EHCPs) and key workers’ children.

All our schools and settings are providing either education at their own establishment or are working together with other schools or settings. Every school within the Local Authority therefore has provision for those that need it.

For further information, including: Easter holiday provision, free school meals, exams, education resources and health and welbeing, visit our education and support for children and young people page.

View the latest school opening information

This page advises about school closures or opening times in bad weather or times of similar emergency.

In the interests of health and safety to pupils and staff there will be occasions when it is necessary to close a school such as problems relating to the school building or heating, or because of severe weather conditions.

You can view a status display of all school closures reported to the local authority using the link above. The information on this page is updated daily by schools and they are able to refresh the information from 6pm the previous evening. During periods of inclement weather, parents are advised to check with individual schools and visit the school’s website for further detailed information.

You can also look up individual school details and contact information for schools in South Gloucestershire using our search tool.

Home learning resources

Integra Schools and South Gloucestershire Council are pleased to launch a new online resource to support parents, carers and teachers.

This resource brings together a range of free and easy to access online activities and learning for children of all ages, and is clearly grouped into subjects and topics, such as English and Maths.

We hope to develop this resource over time, creating a valuable tool for parents, as well as teachers to use when normal school attendance is disrupted.

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