THE following schools in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Nidderdale will be closed due to industrial action on Wednesday, November 30:
Beckwithshaw Primary School
Darley Primary School
New Park Primary School
St Peter’s Primary School
Hookstone Chase Primary School
Killinghall Primary School
King James School
Meadowside Primary School
Nidderdale High School
Pannal Primary School
Rossett Acre Primary School
Saltergate Junior School
St John Fisher High School
St Robert’s Primary School
Rossett High School
The following schools will be partically closed:
Harrogate Grammar School - open only to pupils in Years 10 and 11 taking mock exams
Harrogate High School - open for Year 11 and for private study for the sixth form
Oatlands Infant School - open to Duckling, Owl and Hedgehog classes only
Oatlands Junior School - open to all classes EXCEPT 3R, 3/4M, 6W
St Aidan’s High School - open to Year 7 only
St Mary’s Primary School
For full details, contact schools directly or see the full list at North Yorkshire County Council
Elsewhere, the Yorkshire Ambulance Service has reassured residents it will do all it can to keep disruption to a minimum.
It anticipates its services will be reduced between 6am and 6pm, with disruption to services also expected outside those hours.
A spokesman urged people to call 999 only in a life-threatening or serious situation and said doctors and senior clinicians would be on hand to carry out additional clinical triage. Patient transport services are also being scaled back and will only run for those with essential appointments.
Patients are urged to check with their hospital or clinic before travelling to make sure their appointment is going ahead.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service estimates less than one per cent of its staff will be on strike tomorrow.
A spokesman said frontline services would not be affected.
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