A map showing which schools will be affected by a declared teacher and staff strike shows that hundreds will be affected in Berkshire.

The National Education Union (NEU) has declared strike action in a dispute with the government over pay and budget pressures on schools.

All members of the NEU in England and Wales are expected to strike on Wednesday, February 1, the first declared day of strike action.

A map the NEU has produced shows how many schools will be affected.

Indeed, hundreds of schools will be affected in Berkshire.

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The numbers of schools are too exhaustive to list, however it shows 147 schools affected in the Reading urban area, 109 in Slough and Windsor, 45 in the Newbury area and 43 impacted in the Maidenhead area.

Elsewhere, 34 are affected in Bracknell, 27 in Wokingham and approximately 10 schools will be impacted in the West Berkshire villages.

The figures fluctuate on the map depending on the magnification level, so exact numbers cannot be provided.

You can find the school your child goes to by typing in its postcode on the map in this link.

Reading Chronicle: Sandy Lane Primary, Bracknell; Little Heath, Tilehurst; Bulmershe, Woodley and Wexham School, Slough - some of the hundreds that will be affected by strikes.Sandy Lane Primary, Bracknell; Little Heath, Tilehurst; Bulmershe, Woodley and Wexham School, Slough - some of the hundreds that will be affected by strikes.

The map also shows that two demonstrations will take place in Berkshire.

A demonstration will begin at around midday in Broad Street and will end at the Town Hall Square in Reading.

There will also be a demonstration at around 10am-11am at Wokingham Town Hall at Market Place, Wokingham. Both will take place on Wednesday.

Demonstrations are also expected to take place outside the Lexicon in Bracknell and The Curve in Slough.

According to the School Cuts website which the NEU has cited, schools in Reading are losing around £2.5million and are being asked to fund teacher pay rises from existing budgets.

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The NEU’s map  has been produced as part of its ‘Pay Up: Save Our Schools’ campaign.

Further NEU strikes by teachers and staff in Berkshire  have been scheduled for Thursday, March 2, Wednesday, March 15 and Thursday, March 16.

Responding to news of the strikes, education Gillian Keegan said:  “It is hugely disappointing the NEU is continuing with strike action. These strikes will have a significant impact on children’s education, especially following the disruption of the past two years, and are creating huge uncertainly for parents.

“With talks ongoing on a range of issues, including around future pay, workload, behaviour and recruitment and retention, it is clear that strikes are not being used as a last resort.

“I have been clear that unions do not need to strike to meet with me. I also reiterated my call to union leaders to ask their members to let head teachers know if they intend to strike, helping schools to minimise the impact on children.

“I will continue doing everything possible to protect children’s education.”

Gillian Keegan is the Conservative MP for Chichester.