Teachers strike Tuesday 5 July

Due to industrial action by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) on Tuesday 5 July schools in Kent could be forced to close or partially close.

Parents should check with their child’s school to see what impact the action is likely to have and whether the school will be closed or partially closed to some classes.

Headteachers and governing bodies of schools will make decisions about whether to close a school for the day, this is based on whether they have appropriate staffing arrangements in place to ensure the safety of pupils.

In some cases a decision to close a school may be made at very short notice.

Schools that have notified the county council they will be closed or partially closed are listed below. Parents are also advised to check individual school websites.

Therefore the accuracy of this information is dependent on individual schools notifying Kent County Council.
This list does not include academies or free schools.

7 closed schools
Staplehurst School
Westmeads Community Infant School
Whitstable Junior School
St Mildred’s Primary Infant School
St John’s Catholic Comprehensive
St Anthony’s School
Laleham Gap School
21 partially closed
Maypole Primary School
Shears Green Infant School
Paddock Wood Primary School
Dunton Green Primary School
Otford Primary School
Murston Junior School
St Martin’s School
Shears Green Junior School
Riverview Junior School
Capel-le-Ferne Primary School
Bromstone Primary School, Broadstairs
West Hill Primary School
Fawkham Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School
Laddingford St Mary’s Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School
Birchington Church of England Primary School
Fordcombe Church of England Primary School
Deal Parochial Church of England Primary School
Northfleet School for Girls
Maidstone Grammar School
Bower Grove School
Rowhill School

 

Teachers strike Tuesday 5 July was last modified: July 5th, 2016 by KCCpress