04:22AM, Wednesday 20 November 2013
Last week a third of the teachers at the school in Crimp Hill, Old Windsor walked out for a day - picketing staff and pupils as they went in.
But plans for a second day long strike today were called off.
Teachers had claimed that they were being given no time to mark pupils' work or prepare reports by new headteacher Sharon Yardley. They also said Mrs Yardley had refused to negotiate with the NASUWT teachers' union's area national executive member Paul Watkins over the implementation of new Royal Borough pay structures.
This week Mr Watkins said he had been in communication with the school managers, adding: "We are making progress and working with the management of the school to resolve this dispute as soon as possible."
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