Over 700 schools closed

Teachers from the NUT and NASUWT unions have walked out over pay, pensions and work conditions Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Many boroughs have widespread closures. Others have managed to partially open schools - running anything from one classroom to all but one classroom.

  • Barking & Dagenham: 3 closed, 3 partially
  • Barnet: 41 closed, 39 partially
  • Bexley: 9 closed, 25 partially
  • Brent: 13 closed, 20 partially
  • Bromley: 9 closed, 40 partially
  • Camden: 30 closed, 19 partially
  • City of London: 1 closed
  • Croydon: 3 closed, 6 partially
  • Ealing: 34 closed, 40 partially
  • Enfield: 40 closed, 36 partially
  • Greenwich: 33 closed, 29 partially
  • Hackney: 31 closed, 15 partially
  • Hammersmith & Fulham: 23 closed, 12 partially
  • Haringey: 29 closed, 28 partially
  • Harrow: 14 closed, 17 partially
  • Havering: 14 closed, 38 partially
  • Hillingdon: 7 closed, 14 partially
  • Hounslow: 31 closed, 35 partially
  • Islington: 32 closed, 21 partially
  • Kensington & Chelsea: 11 closed, 12 partially
  • Kingston: 8 closed, 22 partially
  • Lambeth: 43 closed, 17 partially
  • Lewisham: 37 closed, 14 partially
  • Merton: 12 closed, 29 partially
  • Newham: 26 closed, 19 partially
  • Redbridge: 28 closed, 40 partially
  • Richmond: 12 closed
  • Southwark: 28 closed
  • Sutton: 5 closed, 24 partially
  • Tower Hamlets: 44 closed, 38 partially
  • Waltham Forest: 47 closed, 17 partially
  • Wandsworth: 13 closed, 26 partially
  • Westminster: 16 closed, 15 partially