CORONAVIRUS: Council's latest list of school closures

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced schools across the UK are to close from Friday until further notice.
Skegness Grammar School is to partially close.Skegness Grammar School is to partially close.
Skegness Grammar School is to partially close.

Exams planned for May and June will now be cancelled.

Skegness Grammar School was one of the first to announce partially closure and is introducing home learning for Years 8, 9 and 10.

In a letter sent home to parents, the school said that "unfortunately, in light of the government's announcement last night and after consultation with the David Ross Trust, we have made the decision to partially close SGS based on safe staffing levels and isolation advice."

The letter went on to say the school is, however, "able to safely open to students in key year groups".

It is expected the partial closure will last at least this week.

The school continued to say: "These are very uncertain and worrying times and we want to assure you that student safety is of highest priority.’

Parents working in front line services have been advised they should contact the school for help with childcare.

Years 8, 9 and 10 will be learning from home using their Show My Homework software.

Aide Turner, a Year 9 student said he is "glad schools are closing and that’s it’s in the best interest of the safety of students and staff."

Although no official closures so far, parents have already been keeping students away from Skegness Academy, according to one father.

He told the Stahdard: "My son said that there were only 10 kids left in his class by the end of today. The playground at lunchtime was almost empty."

Latest closures announced by Lincolnshire County Council are:

Primary Schools

Waddington All Saints Academy - closed 17-18 March - water leak under the building

Osgodby Primary School - closed 18 March - burst water main

Halton Holegate C of E Primary School - Nursery ONLY closed from 19 March

Athena School, Lincoln - One class closed 18 March. Three classes will be closed from 19 March

Gedney Church End Primary School - closed from 18 March

John Fielding School, Boston - some classes closed until further notice.

Toynton All Saints Primary School - Year 6 ONLY closed on 18 March

Skellingthorpe Saint Lawrence CE Primary School, Lincoln - closed 23 March-20 April

Spalding St Pauls Community Primary School & Nursery - Nursery ONLY closed from 19 March

Springwell Alternative Academy, Splading - closed from 18 March

Wainfleet Magdalen Church of England Primary school - closed from 19 March

Warren Wood Academy, Gainsborough - closed until 20 March

Aegir School, Gainsborough - closed until 20 March

Secondary Schools

Woodlands Academy is closed to Years 7, 9, 10 and 11 – Year 8 are still in

Greenfields Academy, Grantham - Year 7-9 only closed 17-20 March

St Francis Special School, Lincoln - closed from 19 March

Sir Robert Pattinson Academy, North Hykeham - Year 9 and 10 ONLY closed from 18 March

Kesteven and Grantham Girls School - Year 7-9 ONLY until 20 March

William Farr CE Comprehensive School, Welton - Year 8 and 9 ONLY closed from 18 March

John Spendluffe Technology College, Alford - closed 18-20 March

The Garth School is closed to Pears Class

The Deepings School, Deeping St James - closed for Year 8, 9, 10 and 12. Year 7, 11 and 13 partially open from March 18

Lincoln Castle Academy - Year 9 and 10, if parents can keep these year groups off, please do

Lincoln Christ's Hosptial School - partial closure from March 19

Louth Academy - Year 7 and 8 ONY closed until 20 March

Priory Pembroke Academy - Year 9 and 10 ONLY - closed from 19 March

Bourne Academy - Year 8-10 ONLY - closed from 19 March

Spalding Academy - Year 8-10 ONLY - closed from 19 March

Giles Academy - Year 7-10 and Year 12 ONLY - closed from 19 March

Priory City of Lincoln Academy - Year 9 and 10

Sir William Robertson Academy, Welbourn - closed from 19 March

Priory School, Spalding - Year 8 and 9 ONLY - closed until 20 March

Youth centres

All county council youth centres have stopped all activities. This includes external groups who use our youth centres.