Teachers strike next month

By a County Press reporter

Saturday, February 8, 2014


TEACHERS are set to strike next month in a national dispute over pay, pensions and conditions.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has announced a one-day walk out on March 26.

According to a statement released by the Isle of Wight Council: "Should the strike go ahead, we will provide a full list of all schools and their status, once confirmed, in the run up to, and on the day of the strike itself.

"The list will be on www.iwight.com and we will post updates on this page.

"Please be aware some schools may not be in a position to confirm if they will be open, partially open or closed until the day itself, so parents should always assume their child's school will be open unless otherwise advised."

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