Teachers at Macclesfield schools will strike as part of national action over funding cuts and workloads.
No school in the town has yet announced it will close completely due to the strikes on Tuesday (July 5) but some schools will only be partially open.
The council has advised parents to check with schools and keep an eye on a list on the council website which will update as schools report back on any closures.
Adlington Primary School, Gawsworth Primary School, Hollinhey Primary School, Rainow Primary School, Marton and District CofE Aided Primary School and Poynton High School have so far confirmed they will be partly closed, which means some classes may not run.
The action has been called by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) to address concerns over workloads and school funding cuts which it says could lead to problems including bigger class sizes and fewer subject choices for children.
It’s the first strike by the NUT since 2014 when members took part in a day of action over pay, pensions and workload.
Go to cheshireeast.gov.uk/schools/schools.aspx for the latest on school closures in Macclesfield and around the borough.