Partial closures at Northwich and Winsford schools as NUT strike

CWAC publish list of schools affected by tomorrow's NUT strike

CWAC publish list of schools affected by tomorrow's NUT strike

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PARTIAL closures will be in affect at some schools across Northwich and Winsford tomorrow, Wednesday March 25.

The walkout, involving members of the National Union of Teachers, has been organised in response to Government changes on pay and pension.

Across Cheshire West and Chester, 91 schools will remain open, nine will be closed and 39 partially open.

The Council is awaiting information from six schools.

The borough’s 15 Academies and two free schools will be responding directly to the Department for Education.

Click on the below link to see how your school is due to be affected by the strike.

SchoolsStrikes.doc

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5:34am Wed 26 Mar 14

Over resident says...

I'd like to take the opportunity to thank the many many teachers who have not chosen to strike today - appreciate it ;-)
I'd like to take the opportunity to thank the many many teachers who have not chosen to strike today - appreciate it ;-) Over resident
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7:46am Wed 26 Mar 14

Higgy40 says...

Over resident wrote:
I'd like to take the opportunity to thank the many many teachers who have not chosen to strike today - appreciate it ;-)
Well said Over Resident.

Those that are working today obviously care about the pupils and are keen to ensure their education, unlike their money grabbing, whinging colleagues who will no doubt be stood outside the school gates, supping their "Starbucks".

What a pity it is not raining, perhaps then they would be less keen to strike.
[quote][p][bold]Over resident[/bold] wrote: I'd like to take the opportunity to thank the many many teachers who have not chosen to strike today - appreciate it ;-)[/p][/quote]Well said Over Resident. Those that are working today obviously care about the pupils and are keen to ensure their education, unlike their money grabbing, whinging colleagues who will no doubt be stood outside the school gates, supping their "Starbucks". What a pity it is not raining, perhaps then they would be less keen to strike. Higgy40
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5:59pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Mcintosh says...

Well done those who did take action. Hopefully it will help Mr Gove see that his extreme actions are undermining education in England. We need to ensure that our teachers are professionally trained and not unqualified. And that teachers terms and conditions are respected not trampled on to try and cover for under resourced schools.
It is a pity that all teachers' unions did not act in defence of education.
Well done those who did take action. Hopefully it will help Mr Gove see that his extreme actions are undermining education in England. We need to ensure that our teachers are professionally trained and not unqualified. And that teachers terms and conditions are respected not trampled on to try and cover for under resourced schools. It is a pity that all teachers' unions did not act in defence of education. Mcintosh
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