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The 30 sixth form students from two schools in Wolverhampton stranded on the Isle of Arran are due back tonight.
Pupils from St Edmund's Catholic School and St Peter's Collegiate School in Compton Park were on a school field trip when transport back became unfeasible due to adverse weather.
The teenagers are now on a ferry and will return to Wolverhampton around 11pm tonight.
Ashgate Croft Special School in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, will open for pupils at 10:30am.
The school needs time to clear snow from the site.
Annie Holgate Infant & Nursery School in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, will be closed tomorrow (Monday March 25), as snow on site is making access difficult.