THREE Hampshire schools remain shut today - days after the Beast from the East forced the closure of the county's schools.

But none of the closures are snow related.

Crescent Primary School, in Eastleigh, is shut all day today due to a burst water pipe.

The school say the water is now turned off and as a result the school has no toilets.

Bosses at the school say they hope to re-open tomorrow.

Fryern Junior School, in Chandler's Ford, is also closed.

The school says it has suffered a heating failure – which took place on Friday.

However, the school say that engineers were unable to complete the heating repairs on Friday due to the weather conditions.

It also expected to re-open on Tuesday – but has asked students to work on multiplication tables, reading logs and homework activities in the meantime.

Thornden School, in Chandler's Ford, is also closed due to a sickness bug.

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