Devon County Council publish list of schools affected by Thursday's strike action (From This is The West Country)
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Devon County Council publish list of schools affected by Thursday's strike action
12:52pm Tuesday 15th October 2013 in Devon
THE following schools have announced their plans for Thursday when two teachers unions are going on strike.
Marland School in Torrington; St Peter's Church of England Aided School in Exeter; Tidcombe Primary School in Tiverton; Stoke Gabriel Primary School in Totnes; The Beacon Church Of England Voluntary Aided Primary School in Exmouth; Tavistock Community College; Exeter Road Community Primary School; Horwood And Newton Tracey Community Primary School in Barnstable; Southbrook School in Exeter; Stoke Hill Junior School in Exeter; Kingskerswell Church Of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School in Newton Abbot; Alphington Primary School in Exeter; Tavistock Community Primary School; The Park Community School in Barnstaple; Princetown Primary in Yelverton; Withycombe Raleigh Church Of England Primary School in Exmouth; Whipton Barton Junior and Infants and Nursery School in Exeter; Pinhoe Church Of England Primary School in Exeter; Colyton Primary School; West Exe Childrens Centre; The Grove Primary School in Totnes.
Countess Wear Community School in Exeter; Woodlands Park Primary School in Ivybridge; Woodbury Church Of England Primary School; Horrabridge Community Primary School in Yelverton; Stoke Hill Infant in Exeter; Tiverton High; Newtown Primary School in Exeter; The Lampard Community School in Barnstaple; Canada Hill Community Primary School in Newton Abbot; Newton Poppleford Primary School, Sidmouth; Honiton Primary School; St James' School in Exeter; Milton Abbot School in Tavistock; Queen Elizabeth's Academy in Crediton.
A spokesman for Devon County Council said: “Closure is a matter for individual heads, in consultation with their governors, based on their unique circumstances. However we would urge schools to stay open if they can to ensure the continuity of their children’s education and the least disruption to families.”
See the list on the County Council's website here.
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