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Schools close as teachers strike

PUBLISHED: 14:24 23 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:55 03 July 2010

A NUMBER of schools in the Great Yarmouth area will be closed today as teachers strike over a planned pay rise.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has called the walkout over the three year pay deal, which will include a 2.

A NUMBER of schools in the Great Yarmouth area will be closed today as teachers strike over a planned pay rise.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has called the walkout over the three year pay deal, which will include a 2.45pc pay rise in September and further increases of 2.3pc in subsequent years.

Schools affected in Yarmouth include:

Broadland High School- which will be closed to years seven, eight and 10

Brundall School- closed to years 4S and 4B

Edward Worlledge Middle School

Great Yarmouth High School- closed to years 8, 9 and 10

Greenacre First, Middle and Nursery School

Happisburgh Primary School- closed to Oak class (years 4 and 5) for the morning session

Hillside Avenue Primary and Nursery School- closed to RI, RM, 1C, 2B, 4J, 5J/C, 6B, 6R

John Grant School- closed to class 4TT

North Denes Middle School

Northrepps Primary School

Peterhouse First School

Peterhouse Middle School- closed to classes 76V and 7S

Stalham High School- closed to year 8

St George's First and Nursery- closed to year 3 and nursery

St Nicholas Junior School

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