Teachers at Castle Vale School will be going on strike for three days during March. Members of the NAS/UWT teaching union, which includes over 50 teachers at the school, are planning to take strike action on Wednesday 7th March, and later in the month on Tuesday and Wednesday 20th and 21st March.
The Union says that their members are protesting about proposals for restructuring the staff, and claim that they have endured adverse management practices and lack of support in dealing with disruptive pupils.
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