Two more schools in Bucks have been confirmed to have potentially dangerous aerated concrete in their structures.

After days of speculation about the number of schools constructed using reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC), the Department for Education has published a list of the 147 institutions where the potentially dangerous material has been found.

It was reported last week that Waddesdon Church of England School near Aylesbury had been identified as a structure comprising RAAC, and Years 9, 10, 11 and 13 were moved to remote learning at the beginning of the September term as part of the "emergency interim arrangements" put in place by headteacher Matthew Abbott.

This week, three more schools in the county were also confirmed to have RAAC on-site, with St Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Chalfont St Peter, Denbigh School in Milton Keynes and St Michael's Catholic School in High Wycombe all included on the newly-released list.

All students at the three schools confirmed to be a risk this week are continuing to receive face-to-face learning as of September 5.

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St Michael's Catholic School closed off its main hall and dining area before welcoming students back into school today (September 6) after it was confirmed that it was the only part of the school where RAAC was present.

Similarly, the material is understood to only be present in Denbigh School's sports hall building which has now been closed to students and staff while repair works take place. 

Further details about the RAAC discovered at St Joseph's Catholic Primary School are expected to follow.