Governors of a 400-year-old independent school in west Cumbria set to close this summer say they have identified a number of opportunities that could see the school survive.
It was announced earlier this year that St Bees School would close at the end of the summer term as falling pupil numbers had made its financial position unsustainable.
However, parents of pupils at the school set up a Save St Bees School campaign and the governing body now says the school could re-open in September 2016.
However, the Save St Bees School campaign group has accused the governing body of failing to explain exactly what they mean about the future of the school.
A Cumbrian primary school with no pupils is expected to be officially closed by councillors today.
Cumbria County Council's cabinet is being recommended to approve a statutory closure notice for Ravenstonedale Primary, near Kirkby Stephen.
The school hasn't had any pupils since September.
School transport has been cancelled for all pupils in the Scottish Borders, as a result of heavy snow.
Only pupils that can safely walk to school should be attending.
Parents and pupils are being urged to consider the amber warning in place for later today, as road conditions are expected to worsen.
A number of schools and nursery schools are fully or partly closed in the Borders, as a result of the conditions.
A full list of school closures is available at the Scottish Borders Council website.
Rephad Primary School in Stranraer has been temporarily closed due to heating failure.
It's due to re-open at 12.30pm.
Two schools in the Wigtownshire area have closed, due to heating failure.
Kirkcowan Primary school near Newton Stewart and Park Primary school near Stranraer, are both due to reopen at 8.30am tomorrow.