Full list of Camden schools closed or affected by tomorrow’s teachers’ strike

PUBLISHED: 14:02 04 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:39 04 July 2016

Teachers will strike tomorrow

Teachers will strike tomorrow


Tomorrow’s national teachers’ strike will force many of Camden’s schools to close or offer a reduced timetable to selective years.

Below is a full list of all the borough’s schools that will be affected by the strike.

Primary Schools


Argyle Primary School

Beckford Primary School

Brecknock Primary School

Brookfield Primary School

Christopher Hatton Primary School

Eleanor Palmer Primary School

Emmanuel Church of England Primary School

Fitzjohn’s Primary School

Fleet Primary School

Gospel Oak Primary School - Non-NUT staff will be working.

Hawley Infant School

Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, NW3

Kentish Town Church of England Primary School

New End Primary School

Primrose Hill School

Richard Cobden Primary School

Robson House PPRU and primary learning support

Rosary Roman Catholic Primary School

St Alban’s Church of England Primary School

St Dominic Roman Catholic Primary School

Torriano Primary School


Carlton Primary School

Christ Church School, NW1 - Closed to Reception, Year 1 and Year 4 only

Edith Neville Primary School - Nursery and Year 5 is scheduled to open, all other classes will be closed.

Great Ormond Street Hospital School

Holy Trinity and Saint Silas CofE Primary School, NW1 - School is closed but pre-organised trips will go ahead.

Kingsgate Primary School - Nursery and reception classes closed. Open as usual for Years 1-6.

Netley Primary School - School closed but Woodlands specialist autism unit will be open.

Rhyl Primary School

St Joseph Roman Catholic Primary School - Open for Reception, Year 4 and Year 5 only.

St Mary and St Pancras Church of England Primary School - Only closed to Years 2 and 3. All other years have classes.


Abacus Belsize Primary School

Christ Church Primary School, Hampstead

Frank Barnes School

Hampstead Parochial Church of England Primary School

King’s Cross Academy Primary School

Our Lady Roman Catholic Primary School

Royal Free Hospital School

St Aloysius Roman Catholic Infant School

St Aloysius Roman Catholic Junior School

St Eugene de Mazenod Roman Catholic Primary School

St George The Martyr Church of England Primary School

St Luke’s CofE School

St Mary’s Kilburn Church of England Primary School

St Michael’s Church of England Primary School

St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School

St Paul’s Church of England Primary School

Swiss Cottage School

Thomas Coram Early Childhood Centre

Secondary Schools:


Haverstock School - Year 10 on work experience, Year 12 on study leave.


Acland Burghley School - Closed to Years 7-11

Chalcot / CCfL 15 / Agincourt / PRU - Open only for most vulnerable students

Chalcot School

Hampstead School - Closed except for extracurricular activities and enrichment.

La Sainte Union Catholic School - Open for Year 10 Geography pupils completing fieldwork write up, and some pupils from Years 7-10 for mentoring sessions. Teachers across the LaSWAP sixth form will let students know what Sixth Form lessons are going ahead.

Maria Fidelis Roman Catholic Convent School - Year 8 trip will go ahead. School open for younger students whose parents would like them to come to school.

Parliament Hill School - Open to Year 10 students taking internal exams and Year 12 students by invitation.

Regent High School - Year 9 students expected to attend school for their scheduled end of year exam after which they will be dismissed. No school for Years 7, 8, 10 and 12.

Camden School for Girls

The UCL Academy - Closed for students in Years 7 and 9. Open for other year groups from 9:15am.

William Ellis School



For more information, visit Camden Council’s website.

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