A headteacher says his primary school in Canterbury could be forced to close for weeks on end - if its crumbling heating system stops working.
St. Stephen's Junior School's three boilers, which are 30 years old, need replacing. The school can only turn the heating at night - as the boiler is needed to heat hot water during the day.
Stuart Pywell, who's the headteacher of St. Stephen's, is worried about the weather turning colder:
Abigail Bracken's report includes interviews with schoolchildren and Canterbury's Labour MP, Rosie Duffield: