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18 Jun 2019 4:58
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  •   Home > News > Education

    A Christchurch school leader is worried the teachers' strike will bring another disruption to students

    A Christchurch school leader is worried the teachers' strike will bring another disruption to students


    Shirley Boys and Avonside Girls High Schools moved to a joint site almost two weeks ago.

    Shirley Boys High Associate Headmaster, Tim Grocott says students have already had a number of days off with the move- so they need to be mindful of how the strike could affect their education.

    Grocott says however, he's supportive of teachers getting a fairer deal as teaching is a great, but hard profession.

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