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UPDATED: School and college closures in Swansea due to snow - at 4.12pm

By PaulTurner555  |  Posted: January 23, 2013

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HERE are the school anc college closures in Swansea announced so far - 4.12pm

Dylan Thomas

Bishop Vaughan - except for pupils sitting exams

Crug Glas

Dunvant

St Thomas Primary

Waun Wen

Blaenymaes Primary

Craigcefn Parc

Gwyrosydd

Mae YGG Tirdeunaw / YGG Tirdeunaw

Olchfa - except for those sitting exams

Cwm Glas

Sea View

Whitestone Primary Breakfast Club - decision on school to follow

Bishopston Comprehensive

Clwyd

Cefn Hengoed

Pentrechwyth Primary

Terrace Road Primary

Hendrefoilan

St Joseph's Cathedral

Pennard

Burlais

Llangyfelach

Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr - except for pupils sitting A-level exams

Christchurch is OPEN, but no breakfast club

Talycopa

Danygraig

Ysgol Penybryn

YGG Bryn y Mor

Parkland Primary

Ysgol Cymraeg y Cwm

Portmead

YGG Felindre

Mayals Primary is OPEN but no breakfast club

Knelston

Townhill

Cila

Sketty

Clase

Cadle

Crwys

Cwmrhydyceirw

Newton

Penclawdd

Llanrhidian

St Helen's

Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bryn Tawe - closed apart from to those sitting A-levels

Arfryn Education Centre

Hafod Primary is opening at 10am

Colleges:

Gower College Swansea has closed all campuses

Swansea Metropolitan University has closed all campuses

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18 comments

  • Julesbreadbox  |  January 23 2013, 8:53PM

    Pathetic!!

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  • siarad2  |  January 23 2013, 8:43PM

    Changing the headline makes a mockery of earlier postings

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  • godisalie  |  January 23 2013, 7:30PM

    I se that the mouth has opened.

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  • homeboy123  |  January 23 2013, 6:57PM

    Apologes "by bennyhill4 my remark was meant for by townhilltom. Duty of care under the health and safety act When you had your child over to a school the school take responsibility for there care. The schools and commercial premises ( place of work and where the public use eg a shop) need to carry out a risk assessment taking into account the service uses in this case children. So if a child fell then the school could be held to account, thus opening an opportunity for a legal action ( court case) Since we live in a country where we have learned to sue and claim damages. Most places play safe and close l hope Townhilltom you can now understand this

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  • Dr_Conker  |  January 23 2013, 6:52PM

    homeboy123: "But little Jill or john falls and injury's themselfs what l ask will be the out come...." townhilltom: "homeboy123.........could you now repeat your comment in English?"" homeboy123: "bennyhill4, May be you could learn english" Now I dont mean to be critical but I believe that the above is an example of what I believe is correctly termed an "EPIC FAIL" by the younger generation - often followed by a "LOLZ" The whole town is white, lets hope a load of Pensioners dont go and spoil it (I'm referring to the Swansea/Chelsea clash tonight for the slower amongst you) I hope it snows hard again tomorrow, no work, child sitting watching Jeremy Kyle and Loose Women - sorted! :-D

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  • homeboy123  |  January 23 2013, 6:24PM

    by bennyhill4 May be you could learn english

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  • townhilltom  |  January 23 2013, 6:13PM

    @homeboy123.........could you now repeat your comment in English?

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  • bennyhill4  |  January 23 2013, 6:07PM

    muld00ns, and what about the kids who live so far away that they have to catch a school bus. 6 o'clock news today, another school bus comes off the road in wales. Thankfully no injuries, but it could have been a lot worse

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  • homeboy123  |  January 23 2013, 4:57PM

    Why will moan about the schools being closed. But little Jill or john falls and injury's themselfs what l ask will be the out come suing the school the teacher and more stress. People will say but a child playing out on a pavement can slip so we can sue council. However when we hand a child over to a school we hand over there safety. Same when we enter a shop ( duty of care) If a school could give you a waver to sign again l ask how many would sign it and would it be lawful

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  • odinhouse  |  January 23 2013, 4:17PM

    Well i must say that the Kids play on the Roads and chuck snow balls while they are not in school , Doe's it mean if a child fall's or slips on the Road they will sue the council. to much H & S. . with all the rule's in being now . next they will moan that their school work is not up to date,

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