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List of schools in Shropshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of schools in Shropshire, England.

State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Adderley CE Primary School
  • Albrighton Primary School
  • Alveley Primary School
  • Barrow CE Free School
  • Baschurch CE Primary School
  • Beckbury CE Primary School
  • Belvidere Primary School
  • Bicton CE Primary School
  • Bomere Heath Primary School
  • Brockton CE Primary School
  • Broseley CE Primary School
  • Buildwas Primary School
  • Buntingsdale Infant School
  • Castlefields Primary School
  • Cheswardine Primary School
  • Christ Church Primary School
  • Church Preen Primary School
  • Claverley CE Primary School
  • Clee Hill Community Academy
  • Clive CE Primary School
  • Cockshutt CE Primary School
  • Coleham Primary School
  • Condover CE Primary School
  • Criftins CE Primary School
  • Crowmoor Primary School
  • Dorrington CE Primary School
  • Ellesmere Primary School
  • Farlow CE Primary School
  • Greenacres Primary School
  • Greenfields Primary School
  • Hadnall CE Primary School
  • Harlescott Junior School
  • Highley Primary School
  • Hinstock Primary School
  • Hodnet Primary School
  • Holy Cross CE Junior School
  • Holy Trinity CE Primary School
  • John Wilkinson Primary School
  • Kinlet CE Primary School
  • Longden CE Primary School
  • Longlands Primary School
  • Longnor CE Primary School
  • Lower Heath CE Primary School
  • Market Drayton Infant School
  • Market Drayton Junior School
  • Martin Wilson School
  • Meole Brace CE Primary School
  • Mereside CE Primary School
  • Minsterley Primary School
  • Moreton Say CE Primary School
  • Morville CE Primary School
  • Mount Pleasant Primary School
  • Much Wenlock Primary School
  • Myddle CE Primary School
  • Newtown CE Primary School
  • Norton-in-Hales CE Primary School
  • Oakmeadow CE Primary School
  • Oxon CE Primary School
  • Pontesbury CE Primary School
  • Prees CE Primary School
  • Radbrook Primary School
  • St Andrew's CE Primary School
  • St Giles' CE Primary School
  • Saint John's RC Primary School
  • St John the Baptist CE Primary School
  • St Lawrence's Primary School
  • St Leonard's CE Primary School
  • St Lucia's CE Primary School
  • St Martin's School
  • St Mary's Bluecoat CE Primary School
  • St Mary's CE Primary School
  • St Mary's RC Primary School
  • St Thomas & St Anne's CE Primary School
  • Shawbury Primary School
  • Sheriffhales Primary School
  • Shifnal Primary School
  • Shrewsbury Cathedral RC Primary School
  • Springfield Infant School
  • Stottesdon CE Primary School
  • Sundore Infant School
  • Trinity CE Primary School
  • Wilfred Owen School
  • Woodfield Infant School
  • Woodside Primary School
  • Woore Primary School
  • Worfield Endowed CE Primary School

[1]

Secondary schools

[1]

Special and alternative schools

The Shrewsbury Sixth Form College Grade II listed main building, built in 1910, as viewed from Claremont Bank.
The Shrewsbury Sixth Form College Grade II listed main building, built in 1910, as viewed from Claremont Bank.
  • Severndale School
  • Woodlands School

[1]

Further education

Independent schools

Shrewsbury School viewed from The Quarry, with the school's boathouse in the foreground.
Shrewsbury School viewed from The Quarry, with the school's boathouse in the foreground.

Primary and preparatory schools

Senior and all-through schools

School House of Oswestry School built in the Georgian period style with Doric columns.
School House of Oswestry School built in the Georgian period style with Doric columns.

Special and alternative schools

References

  1. ^ a b c "Support dropped for outdated links | Shropshire Council". www.shropshire.gov.uk. Retrieved May 2, 2020.
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