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List of Dartford and Gravesham schools affected by teachers’ strike

PUBLISHED: 07:13 17 October 2013 | UPDATED: 09:56 17 October 2013

Teachers are striking in a dispute with the government over pay, pensions and working conditions. Credit: PA Wire/Press Association Images

Teachers are striking in a dispute with the government over pay, pensions and working conditions. Credit: PA Wire/Press Association Images

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Teachers in Dartford and Gravesham are striking today, causing disruption to schools across the boroughs.

The walkout has been organised by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT) in a dispute with the government over pay, pensions and working conditions.

The strike is over government plans which will see teachers unable to claim their pensions until they are 68, performance-related pay and workloads.

Below is a list of the schools which have confirmed if they will close partially or fully.

Do you support the teachers strike? Have they disrupted your childcare plans? Contact the Reporter at feedback@gravesendreporter.co.uk to give your views. Visit the website throughout the day for the latest on the strike.

Chantry Community Academy - partially open (closed for YR, Y3 and Y5)

Dartford Grammar School for Girls – partially closed

Hartley Primary Academy - partially closed

Horton Kirby Church of England Primary School - closed

Langafel CEP School - partially closed

Maypole Primary School - partially closed

Milestone School - partially closed

Our Lady of Hartley Catholic Primary School - partially closed

Rowhill School - partially closed

Sedley’s CEP School - partially closed

Shears Green Infant School - partially closed

West Hill Primary School - partially closed

West Kingsdown Primary School - partially open (closed for YR, Y2 and Y3)

Wrotham Road Primary School - partially open (closed for nursery and Y1-4)

Anthony Roper School – partially closed

Wrotham Road Primary School – partially closed

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