The Head of Thornhill Primary School in Southampton has written to parents to inform them that the school will remain closed on Monday 27th June because of flooding.
The school has been closed since Thursday. Headteacher Kerry Stamp said:
"Dear Parent and Carers, Re: School closures As you will be aware the school closed Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th and I am afraid to say will remain closed on Monday 27th June 2016. Extremely heavy rain fall on Wednesday evening meant that water poured through into the school flooding the whole of the main corridor, library and into the majority of all lower ground classrooms."
The future of mobile libraries in Dorset will be decided this week. Following a public consultation, Dorset County Council will consider whether to scrap its library vans. It plans to save £1m in the county over the next three years.
Staff at the University of Winchester are leading a wave of nationwide strikes over pay.
It coincides with an open day for potential students and their parents.
The dispute has arisen following a pay offer of 1.1% from the universities' employers, UCEA.
Members of the University and College Union said universities could afford to pay more and the latest offer did little to address the real terms pay cut of 14.5% that it says its members have seen since 2009.
They point to a vice-chancellor increase in pay of 6.1% .
Universities need to recognise that staff will no longer accept their pay being held down while a few at the top enjoy the rewards of increased money for universities. Nobody wants to take industrial action, but clearly enough is enough.
In response to demand from students many university libraries are now open 24 hours a day - and especially during the exam season. So does it allow more flexible working or just pile on the pressure? Christine Alsford went to the University of Southampton's Hartley Library to find out exactly what goes on as hundreds of hardworking students opt to cram through the night.
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) at South Downs College are being balloted for strike action in a row over new contracts. The ballot opens today (Thursday) and closes on Monday 13 June.
The union claims proposed cuts to pay and conditions would threaten the college’s reputation.
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The parents of 50 children will be forced to find alternative childcare after a nursery in Sussex announced its sudden closure.
YMCA Downslink group has announced it will close its nursery on Westgate Street and sell the buildings. The group says it is "facing a difficult financial and operating environment due to the strain of public funding".
Parents say they are angry that the decision has been made at such short notice, leaving them without adequate childcare cover.
Members of the University and College Union are holding a 48 hour walkout. They say millions is being spent on improving university buildings - but more needs to be invested in attracting and retaining the best staff. But do students agree?
Academics in the UCU union are staging a 48 hour strike over pay. Helen Fairfoul from the University and Colleges Employers Association explains why she thinks the offer being made to academics and various support staff is fair - and amounts to a pay rise above the 1.1 per cent headline figure.