THREE schools have been forced to fully close after teachers walked out on strike.
A row over pensions has seen members of the National Union of Teachers and University and College Union downing tools yet again with Cambridge School, Greenside Primary School and Holy Cross RC School forced to shut on Wednesday.
Twenty-four schools remain partially open while 25 remain fully open.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council condemned the strike action and has offered its own qualified staff to ensure schools remain open.
Councillor Helen Binmore, council education leader, said: "We do not support this strike. One day lost for a child's education is a day too many and this strike will also cause problems for hard-working parents.”
Thirty schools were forced to close during similar strikes in November.
For a full list of schools affected visit www.lbhf.gov.uk/schoolstrikes .