Teachers in Nottingham have gone on strike for the third time in less than a month over plans to introduce a new school term system in the city.
The city council wants to replace the traditional school year with five terms which would mean an end to the long six week summer holiday.
It believes this would improve the standard of children's work.
Councillors in Nottinghamshire are today expected to approve changes to the school year.
Teachers in Nottingham are on strike for the third time in less than a month over plans to introduce a five-term year.
Teachers in Nottingham are threatening to intensify their strike action over changes to the school year.