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As pupils at St Bees School, in West Cumbria, leave today, they know that the doors could be closing for good.
The school's governors announced it would be closing earlier on this year, because of falling pupil numbers.
A project team has been set up to analyse the options, and they say the school could re-open in 2017.
But it's been a difficult morning for many of the pupils there:
St Bees School will close this afternoon, following a lengthy battle between governors and people campaigning against the decision.
In March, the governors announced the 432-year-old school would have to close because of falling pupil numbers.
The Save St Bees Campaign was set up to reverse the decision, and a project team was then formed to look at the options.
They say the school could re-open in 2017, in a different form.
But today, the school's doors will close, and Save St Bees say it's "the saddest day in the 432-year history":
The school has 300 pupils, and employs 130 staff.