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Published 27th Jun 2011

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A number of schools in Middlesbrough will be affected by the planned strike on Thursday, June 30. 

Schools which are listed below as partially open are communicating directly with parents with more specific information about arrangements on the day.

This is the most current information held by Middlesbrough Council. Note: Some academies do not fall under the Council’s control and so do not appear in this list. You should hear from your school directly in any case.

Closed

Secondary Schools: Acklam Grange, Ormesby, Trinity Catholic College

Primary Schools: Archibald, Captain Cook, Green Lane, Newham Bridge, Park End, St Gerard’s, St Thomas More, Sunnyside, Thorntree, Viewley Hill

Special Schools: Beverley, Cleveland Unit, Priory Woods, Parkwood, Ashdale, Oaktree.


Partially Open

Primary Schools: Abingdon, Acklam Whin, Chandler’s Ridge, Corpus Christi, Hemlington Hall, Linthorpe, Marton Manor, North Ormesby, Pallister Park, Pennyman, Sacred Heart, St Alphonsus, St Augustine’s, St Bernadette’s, St Clare’s, Whinney Banks.

Special Schools: Holmwood


Open

Primary Schools: Ayresome, Brambles, Kader, Marton Grove, Newport, Rose Wood, St Edward’s, St Joseph’s, St Pius, The Avenue.

Special Schools: Prince Bishop




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