Beaulieu students have broken up for Christmas early today after a water pipe on the premises burst overnight forcing the school to close for the day.
Headmaster of the school Chris Beirne put out a tweet advising students to stay at home.
Today is the last day of term until the New Year.
He wrote: "Urgent notice to all Beaulieu students & parents – due to a major water pipe burst overnight on-site Jersey Water have had to turn all water off to the Beaulieu site which means a school closure day – if you have not set off for school stay at home."
Urgent Notice to All Beaulieu Students & Parents - Due to a major water pipe burst overnight on-site Jersey Water have had to turn all water off to the Beaulieu site which means a school closure day - if you have not set off for school stay at home.— Headmaster Beaulieu School. (@BeaulieuSchool) December 16, 2022
The Parish has been informed and Jersey Water engineers are currently on site attending to the issue.
The school will re-open on Monday between 09:00 and 11:00 for students to collect their belongings before Christmas.
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