Teachers across Oxfordshire are on strike today.

Members of the National Education Union (NEU) are walking out today.

Friday marks the eighth day individual schools in England have faced walkouts by National Education Union members since February.

The NEU has around 2,800 teacher members in Oxfordshire.

More than 4,000 members took action in Oxfordshire at over 300 schools in the last strike.

Oxfordshire County Council's emergency school closures page has previously not provided advance warning of either partial or full school closures due to strike action.

Parents and carers are told to wait for advice from their child’s school about their plans.

It comes amid a long-running dispute over pay, with union leaders warning strikes could continue into the autumn unless a deal can be reached.

The timing of the strike action has been criticised by some as it is set to disrupt end-of-year activities - including trips, sports days and transition days for pupils heading to new schools.