We held a meeting for NUT members today, of which there are 4 out of 7 teaching staff in our school. Two have decided not to participate in the strike action on June 30th. And two of us want to. But we are questioning whether it is the right thing to do in view of our colleagues decisions. If we do, our classes will not be covered and those 60 children will be told not to come in. But the rest of the school will function as normal. Will our action be noticed? My head phoned the NUT today to ask if our stand to strike would be recorded in any way and combined to some sort of national total but they gave a very non-committal and unconvincing answer. I want to oppose the proposals but I'm not sure that losing a days pay etc is worth it if there is no sense of 'standing united' with my colleagues. Very confused and would appreciate any guidance. (I can't find any 'official' guidance on what to do in this situation).