Teachers' strike affects Darland High School, Rossett

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Image caption The school warned parents about the disruption in a letter on Friday

A two-day teachers' strike is being held at a Wrexham secondary school with union officials blaming the dispute on a change in working practices.

Teachers union the NASUWT said it was taking action on Tuesday and Wednesday at Darland High School in Rossett with a further two days planned in May.

The school has apologised to parents for the disruption which means it will be open to year 11 pupils only.

Wrexham council said it and the school had been trying to avoid the action.

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