A school in Sussex is among those listed by the government as being affected by the RAAC crisis.

Langney Primary Academy in Chailey Close, Eastbourne, is one of more than 100 schools and other education settings with confirmed cases of the unsafe concrete.

However, the Department for Education said that all pupils at the school remain in “face-to-face education”.

It is unclear whether children have been relocated to other parts of the school that are unaffected by the issue.

RAAC - reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete - was used as a building material between the 1950s and 1990s but is now feared to be at risk of collapse following incidents over the summer.

Almost 150 locations across England are included on the list published by the Department for Education earlier today.

Of those, 24 schools will receive some form of remote learning, with four fully switching to remote learning, with another 19 schools delaying the start of the academic year as a result of the collapse-prone concrete.

Lagney Primary Academy and Swale Academies Trust, which operates the school, have been approached for comment.