Teachers strike: How Brent schools are affected
Half of Brent’s schools will close because of the industrial action
At least 65 schools in Brent will be closed or partially closed due to the planned teachers’ strike on Thursday 30.
Thousands of pupils in Brent will be told to stay at home while teachers join the national protests against planned pension reforms which could see the lowest paid teachers forking out �50 a month extra in pension contributions.
According to a list compiled by Brent Schools more than 460 teachers from across the borough will take part in the protests.
Out of the 78 Brent schools, 36 will be completely closed, 28 will be partially closed with 14 defying walk outs to stay open.
The following primary schools have confirmed they will be closed during the strike Anson Primary, Barham Primary, Chalkhill Primary, Christ Church CofE Primary, Convent of Jesus & Mary Infant, Donnington Primary, Furness Primary, Gladstone Park Primary, Kilburn Park School Foundation, Malorees Infant and Junoir, Michael Sobell Sinai Primary, Mitchell Brook Primary, Mora Primary, Oakington Manor Primary, Our Lady of Grace Junior Primary, Our Lady of Grace RC Infant, Park Lane Primary, St Joseph’s RC Infant Primary, St Joseph’s RC Junior Primary, St Joseph’s RC Primary (NW10), St Mary Magdalen’s RC Primary, St Mary’s CofE Primary, St Mary’s RC Primary, Stonebridge Primary.
The following special schools have confirmed they will be closed during the strike The Village School Manor and Woodfield.
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The following secondary schools have confirmed they will be closed during the strike Capital City Academy, Claremont High, Newman Catholic College, Preston Manor High, Queen’s Park Community.
The following primary schools have confirmed they will be partially closed during the strike Braintcroft Primary, Byron Court Primary, Carlton Vale Infant Primary, Elsley Primary, Fryent Primary, Harlesden Primary, Kensal Rise Primary, Lyon Park Infant, Mount Stewart Junior, Northview Primary, Oliver Goldsmith Primary, Our Lady of Lourdes Primary, Preston Park Primary, Roe Green Infant Primary, Roe Green Junior Primary, Salusbury Primary, St Andrew & St Francis CE Primary, St Robert Southwell Primary, Sudbury Primary.
The following secondary schools have confirmed they will be partially closed during the strike Alperton Community Stanley Avenue, Convent of Jesus & Mary High, JFS, Crest Boys Academy, Crest Girls Academy, Kingsbury High, St Gregory’s Catholic Science College, and Copland Cmmunity School.
At the time this newspaper went to press the following primary schools have confirmed they will remain open during the strike Avigdor Hirsch Torah Temimah, Brentfield Primary, Islamia Primary, John Keble CofE Primary, Kingsbury Green Primary, Leopold Primary, Mount Stewart Infant, Newfield Primary, Princess Frederica CofE Primary, St Margaret Clitherow RC Primary, Uxendon Manor Primary.
At the time this newspaper went to press Vernon House specialist school confirmed they would remain open during the strike.
At the time this newspaper went to press Alperton Community Ealing Road secondary school confirmed they would remain open during the strike.