Half of Hounslow's secondary schools will close tomorrow (Thursday, July 10) if the national public sector strike over pay goes ahead as planned, getwestlondon can reveal.
Seven of the borough's 15 secondary schools have said they would be fully shut as NUT (National Union of Teacher) members join firefighters and council staff in a huge walkout.
Five more have said they will be partially closed, with only three open as normal.
Hounslow Council has yet to confirm how it expects its services, including bin collections, to be affected. However, a council spokesman has said it will ensure vital services for its most vulnerable residents continue as normal.
Is your school open?
Kingsley Academy, Hounslow
Brentford School for Girls (money will be refunded to pupils if they have signed up for paid activities)
The Heathland School, Hounslow
Heston Community School
Rivers Academy, Feltham (half day was already planned for teacher training)
Gunnersbury Catholic School, Brentford - only open for year 10 pupils
Cranford Community College - revision sessions and day trip still taking place
Green School for Girls, Isleworth - open as normal for years nine, 10 and 12
Gumley House Convent School, Isleworth - no lessons for years seven, eight and 10 (summer open morning still going ahead)
St Mark's Catholic School, Hounslow - all pupils in except those in year 10
OPEN AS NORMAL
Isleworth & Syon School
Lampton School, Hounslow
Reach Academy, Feltham