HUNDREDS of children are expected to be bleary-eyed when they turn up for school on Monday, the day after the Euro2020 final between England and Italy.

Most schools in the area have told parents and carers they expect pupils to be at their desks after the weekend.

But some headteachers are allowing a little leeway.

According to parents' comments on Facebook, West Buckland Primary School and St John's Primary School, in Wellington, will start at the normal time on Monday.

But any pupils having a lie in and arriving a little late - before 10.30am - will not be marked down as late.

Students at Court Fields School, in Wellington, will be expected to turn up at the usual time.

But headteacher Polly Matthews will allow a celebration of sorts.

She wrote on social media: "Some schools with young children may be having a slightly later start.

"However as we have older children we will start at normal time.

"If England do bring it home, we will be having an additional England football sports kit themed non-uniform day on Monday 12th July to allow us all to celebrate.

"Donation to take part is £1. Proceeds split between Heads Together, the Bobby Moore Cancer Fund and Head for Change to support dementia victims in sport. GO ENGLAND."

Let us know what your school's doing.