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List of schools in Redbridge

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List of schools in Redbridge

This is the list of schools in the Redbridge Borough of London, England.

Contents

  • State-funded schools 1
    • Primary schools 1.1
    • Secondary schools 1.2
    • Special schools 1.3
  • Independent schools 2
  • Further education 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Aldersbrook Primary School
  • Aldborough Primary School
  • Avanti Court Primary School
  • Barley Lane Primary School
  • Chadwell Primary School
  • Christchurch Primary School
  • Churchfields Junior School
  • Churchfields Infants' School
  • Cleveland Junior School
  • Cleveland Infants' School
  • Clore Tikva Primary School
  • Coppice Primary School
  • Cranbrook Primary School
  • Downshall Primary School
  • Fairlop Primary School
  • Farnham Green Primary School
  • Fullwood Primary School
  • Gearies Junior School
  • Gearies Infants' School
  • Gilbert Colvin Primary School
  • Glade Primary School
  • Goodmayes Primary School
  • Gordon Infants' School
  • Grove Primary School
  • Highlands Primary School
  • Ilford Jewish Primary School
  • Isaac Newton Academy
  • John Bramston Primary School
  • Loxford School of Science and Technology
  • Manford Primary School
  • Mayespark Primary School
  • Mossford Green Primary School
  • Newbury Park Primary School
  • Nightingale Primary School
  • Oakdale Junior School
  • Oakdale Infants' School
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School
  • Parkhill Junior School
  • Parkhill Infants' School
  • Ray Lodge Primary School
  • Redbridge Primary School
  • Roding Primary School
  • St Aidan's Catholic Primary School
  • St Antony's Catholic Primary School
  • St Augustine's Catholic Primary School
  • St Bede's Catholic Primary School
  • SS Peter and Paul's Catholic Primary School
  • Snaresbrook Primary School
  • South Park Primary School
  • Uphall Primary School
  • Wanstead Church Primary School
  • Wells Primary School
  • William Torbitt Primary School
  • Winston Way Primary School
  • Woodlands Junior School
  • Woodlands Infants' School
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Secondary schools

source[2]

Special schools

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  • Hatton School
  • Little Heath School
  • The New Rush Hall School
  • Newbridge School

Independent schools

  • Ad-Deen Primary School
  • Al-Noor Primary School
  • Apex Primary School
  • Avon House School
  • Bancroft's School
  • Beehive Preparatory School
  • Cranbrook School
  • Eastcourt Independent School
  • Ilford Preparatory School
  • Ilford Grammar School
  • Park School for Girls
  • Read Academy
  • St Aubyn's School
  • St Joseph's Convent School
  • Snaresbrook Preparatory School
  • The Ursuline Prep School Ilford
  • Winston House Preparatory School
  • Woodford Green Preparatory School

Further education

[3]

References

  1. ^ Primary schools
  2. ^ Secondary Schools
  3. ^ Schools and colleges

External links

  • Education and learning (London Borough of Redbridge)
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