Strike action by teachers in Jersey has been suspended following a revised pay offer from the States Employment board.
Hundreds of education staff from most schools in Jersey were set to protest on February 26th, but this decision has now been put on hold so that members can be consulted.
In a recent ballot, more than 97% of National Education Union members who voted, chose to take action.
Teachers are now being advised to go to work as usual.
The new offer will be put to teachers following a meeting on February 25th.
National Education Union Regional Secretary, Andy Woolley, says that if there was any negative change to the offer a new date in March would be planned for further action.
The Government of Jersey has responded saying negotiations are continuing.
Meanwhile a representative from the NASUWT says it is frustrating that the situation has reached this point.