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List of schools in South Gloucestershire


List of schools in South Gloucestershire

This is a list of schools in South Gloucestershire, England.


  • State-funded schools 1
    • Secondary schools 1.1
    • Primary schools 1.2
    • Special schools 1.3
  • Independent schools 2
  • Further education colleges 3

State-funded schools

Secondary schools

Primary schools

  • Bailey's Court Primary School
  • Bowsland Green Primary School
  • Cadbury Heath Primary School
  • Cherry Garden Primary School
  • Frampton Cotterell CE Primary School
  • Holy Trinity Primary School
  • Longwell Green Primary School
  • Little Stoke Primary School
  • Meadowbrook Primary School
  • The Meadows School
  • Parkwall Primary School
  • Raysfield Infants School
  • Raysfield Junior School
  • Redfield Edge Primary School
  • Shields Road Primary School
  • St Anne's Primary School
  • St Augustine's Catholic Primary School
  • St Barnabas School
  • St Mary's Catholic Primary School
  • St Stephen's Junior School
  • The Tynings School
  • Wheatfield Primary School
  • Wick Primary School

Special schools

  • Culverhill School
  • New Horizons Learning Centre
  • New Siblands School
  • Warmley Park School

Independent schools

  • Immanuel Christian School
  • Mulberry Tree Steiner School
  • Sabis International School UK
  • Silverhill School
  • Tockington Manor School

Further education colleges

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