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Are Headteachers allowed to close a school if some teachers aren't striking?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by frustum, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. frustum

    frustum Lead commenter

    Support staffing can also affect things: if kitchen or site staff are in a striking union, there could be be problems with lunches or H&S.
  2. strawbs

    strawbs Occasional commenter

    yes (answer to OP question)
    partial closure is more common in primary than secondary

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