Six days of strikes over redundancies

13th May 2011 at 01:00

A union has scheduled six days of strike action at a school, after two teachers were made redundant. About 40 members of the NASUWT were due to carry out the first day of action at Ilkeston School, Derbyshire, on Tuesday (10 May). Headteacher Stephen Daniels told local press that lessons for pupils in exam years would run as normal. He said the school had to make the redundancies because of funding cuts.

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