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Full list of Brent schools closed or affected by tomorrow’s teachers’ strike

PUBLISHED: 16:18 04 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:56 05 July 2016

Teachers will strike tomorrow

Teachers will strike tomorrow

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Tomorrow’s national teachers’ strike will force many of Brent’s schools to close or offer a reduced timetable to selected years.

Below is a list of all the borough’s schools that have confirmed how they will be affected by the strike.

If your child’s school is not listed here, Brent Council advises parents to contact schools directly.

NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Fully closed:

Byron Court Primary School

Curzon Crescent Nursery School

Fawood Children’s Centre

Mora Primary School

Oliver Goldsmith Primary School

Preston Park Primary School

St Mary’s C of E Primary School

Partially closed:

Anson Primary School

Barham Primary School

Fryent Primary School

Harlesden Primary School

Newfield Primary School

Our Lady of Grace RC Infant and Nursery School

Park Lane Primary School

Phoenix Arch School

Roe Green Infant School

The Village School

Wykeham Primary School

The Kilburn Park School Foundation

Open as normal:

College Green Nursery School and Services

Elsley Primary School

John Keble CofE Primary School

Malorees Infant School

Northview Junior and Infant School

Our Lady of Lourdes RC Primary School

Roe Green Junior School

St Margaret Clitherow RC Primary School

SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Fully closed:

Newman Catholic College

Queen’s Park Community School - Year 10 on work experience

Partially closed:

Brent River College

Kingsbury High School - Open for Year 7 and 8. Closed for Year 9. Open for pupils in Year 10 taking their controlled assessment in Geography.

St Gregory’s Catholic Science College - Open for Years 7, 10 and 12 only

Open as normal:

Ashley College

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