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Teachers' strike - if school have said nothing, do you just send children in?

(9 Posts)
greycircles Mon 27-Jun-11 19:41:41

I have 2 DCs at the same school and the school have said nothing about the strike on Thursday. Should I just go as usual? Have your school let you know what's going on?

Katisha Mon 27-Jun-11 19:43:45

I would give them a ring and check.

Hulababy Mon 27-Jun-11 19:45:01

I would assume it was open. Not heard anything from DD's school and she is going in.

But then we do have an email and text service so if it was going to close at all we;d have heard that way at the very least.

pooka Mon 27-Jun-11 19:45:23

No! Ask them what's going on. They shold have said by now. Is it possible you've missed a communication?

veritythebrave Mon 27-Jun-11 19:45:36

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

meditrina Mon 27-Jun-11 19:46:30

Quite a lot of people still don't know.

vickibee Mon 27-Jun-11 19:47:09

nut and abl are on strike, if school staff are mainly nasuwt then they are not in strike and school will open

blackeyedsusan Mon 27-Jun-11 19:50:04

send them in to school... you could be unavailable to pick them up til at least lunchtime. wink

clam Mon 27-Jun-11 19:53:26

"send them in to school... you could be unavailable to pick them up til at least lunchtime."
But be prepared for them to spend a pretty miserable morning outside the school office unsupervised.


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