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Cornwall Council releases list of school closures ahead of teachers' strike on Wednesday

By WBJLock  |  Posted: March 22, 2014

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Cornwall Council has released the full list of schools that will be closed on Wednesday due to industrial action.

Schools across England and Wales will be hit by a teachers’ strike in a dispute over pay, pensions and conditions the National Union of Teachers has said.

The government has slammed the strikes saying it would damage children’s education and would be unpopular with parents.

The full list of school closures is as follows;

•Alverton Primary School (Partial Closure)

•Berrycoombe Primary School ( closed to Year 5. Open to Reception, Years 1,2,3 and 6)

•Biscovey Infant School (closed for Kestrel and Swift classes only)

•Bodmin College

•Bodriggy Academy

•Budehaven Community School (closed to Year 7-10. The ARB will be open to all students of all year groups. Years 11-13 should attend as normal. School transport will run as normal. A menu of hot and cold food will be available)

•Camborne Science and International Academy ( Partial Closure)

•Camelford Primary School (open for Harlyn, Lundy and Polzeath classes only)

•Carclaze Community Primary School ( Two classes will be closing, one in year 5 and one in Year 6)

•Coverack School

•Curnow School ( 2 classes closing)

•Doubletrees School ( 3 classes closed F1, F3 and F4)

•Duloe School

•Falmouth School (open for years 11,12 and 13 only)

•Hayle Community School (open to Years 9,10 and 11 only)

•Helston Community College (closed to Years 7-11. Open to Post 16 students to use study facilities unsupervised and attend lessons taught by their teacher, if not taking action)

•Humphry Davy ( open to Year 10 and 11 only)

•Lanivet School

•Launceston College (Partial Closure)

•Lostwithiel School (Apple class Foundation stage, closed for the morning session, open 1pm-3.15pm. Oak class Year 1 closed all day. Conker class Year 5 and 6 closed all day)

•Manaccan School

•Marlborough School (closed for classes Reception, Year 1 and 5 only)

•Mounts Bay Academy ( closed to Year 7,8,9 and 10 students. Open for Year 11 students who will undertake Masterclasses)

•Nancledrea School (2 classes out of 4 will be closed)

•Nanpean School (open for Hendra and Melbur classes only)

•Newlyn School

•Parc Eglos

•Penryn College (closed to Years 7,8,9,10 students but open to Year 11 students and students selected for help wtih their literacy. The French Exchange and Health and Social care trip to the Knowledge Spar will continue. Transport is normal and there will be some food available on that day. All school activities are cancelled.

•Pencalenick (open for upper school only)

•Pendeen School

•Penponds School

•Pool Academy (open for year 10 and 11 only)

•Redruth School (open for year 11 and sixth form only)

•Rosemellin School (2 classes open, 2 closed)

•Sennen School

•Sir James Smiths Community School (open for Year 11 only)

•St Agnes School (classes 2,3,4 and 6 open. Classes 1 and 5 closed)

•St Dennis Community Primary School

•St Keverne School

•St Levan

•St Martin-in-Meneage Primary School

•St Stephens Community Academy ( Main school closed, however ARB will be open)

•Stratton Primary School (Mrs Turvey's Year 2 class closed all day. Year 6 will be closed in the afternoon and parents need to collect their children at 12.30pm)

•Stoke Climsland School (Foundation class, Year 1 and 4 closed for the day, Years 2, 3, 5 and 6 open)

•Tregony Community Primary School (Partial Closure)

•Wadebridge School

•Weeth School (Foundation stage 2 closed)

•Wendron School

•Whitemoor Academy

•Whitstone Community Primary School (open for class 3 only)

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  • NellsBells  |  March 24 2014, 11:47AM

    Isn't it strange that if I want to take my child out of school for one day it could lead to possible prosecution? I am told by the teaching staff that if I take my child out of school for one day that 'he will miss valuable lesson time'. I do sympathise with their cause, but I can't stomache double standards.

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