Education staff have urged parents to check whether their children’s schools will be closed for a planned day of strike action next week.
St John’s RC Primary and the Warriner School have already announced they will be closed when industrial action is taken next Thursday, October 17.
Teachers are striking over the Government’s refusal to negotiate over pay and conditions, pension arrangements, job cuts, workload and bureaucracy and changes to the length of the school day.
Oxfordshire County Council has pages on its website to give information about which schools are affected and which will close.
The Banbury Guardian viabanburyguardian.co.uk will also give details if further closures are announced and schools will contact parents directly.
Cllr Melinda Tilley, Oxfordshire’s education spokesman, said: “Nobody will be able to judge accurately how or how many schools will be affected, but we can be certain there will be an impact.
“Parents have daily routines based around their children’s day at school and their own workplace commitments.
“They’ll no doubt want to be aware those arrangements may have to change.”
Mrs Tilley said the county will be relying on schools to provide up to date information for the website.
Teachers involved belong to the National Union of Teachers and the NASUWT union, who jointly represent nine out of ten teachers.
They say they ‘deeply regret’ taking action but claim the planned changes will damage teachers’ work and children’s education.
They say the changes are making it harder for schools to attract and keep good teachers.