Details of School Closures during Wednesday's NUT Strike

Schools across boroughs fully or partially shut

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Schools in Hammersmith and Fulham

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With the planned strike by members of the National Union of Teachers going ahead on Wednesday March 26, head teachers have provided the following information to Hammersmith and Fulham Council to give an indication of how many schools in the borough will be closed, partially open or open.

If you are unsure what the situation is with your child’s school you are advised to contact the school directly.

School contact details can be found here,


Miles Coverdale Primary School 
New King's Primary School 
Queensmill School 
St Augustine's RC Primary School 
St Mary's Catholic Primary School 
St Paul's CofE Primary School 
St Stephen's CofE Primary School 
West London Free School 
Wormholt Park Primary School

  Partially open (please contact school for further details)

All Saints CofE Primary School 
The Bridge Academy 
Cambridge School 
Fulham Boys College 
Fulham Cross Girls’ School 
Greenside Primary School 
Jack Tizard School 
Kenmont Primary School 
Lady Margaret School 
Larmenier & Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School 
Melcombe Primary School 
Phoenix High School 
Pope John RC School 
Sacred Heart 
Sir John Lillie Primary School 
St Peter's Primary School 
St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School 
William Morris Sixth Form 
Woodlane High School


Flora Gardens Primary School 
Fulham Primary School 
Good Shepherd RC Primary School 
John Betts Primary School 
Langford Primary School 
Lena Gardens 
Old Oak Primary School 
St Johns Walham Green CofE Primary School 
Sulivan Primary School

For information on any school not listed here, please contact the school, as its status is not known to the council.

The NUT says the action is being taken against:


There are further detais on the union's website


March 25, 2014