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List of schools in Haringey


List of schools in Haringey

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


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

State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Alexandra
  • Belmont
  • Bounds Green
  • The Willow on Broadwaters
  • Bruce Grove
  • Campsbourne
  • Chestnuts
  • Coldfall
  • Coleridge
  • Crowland
  • Devonshire Hill
  • Earlham
  • Earlsmead
  • Eden
  • Ferry Lane
  • The Green CE
  • Harris Coleraine Park
  • Harris Philip Lane
  • Harris Tottenham
  • Hartsbrook
  • Highgate
  • Lancasterian
  • Lea Valley
  • Lordship Lane
  • Mulberry
  • Muswell Hill
  • Noel Park
  • North Harringay
  • Our Lady of Muswell RC
  • Rhodes Avenue
  • Risley Avenue
  • Rokesly
  • St Ann’s CE
  • St Aidan's Voluntary Aided
  • St Francis de Sales RC
  • St Gildas’ RC
  • St Ignatius RC
  • St James CE
  • St John Vianney RC
  • St Martin of Porres RC
  • St Mary’s CE
  • St Mary’s RC
  • St Michael’s CE (N22)
  • St Michael’s CE (N6)
  • St Paul’s and All Hallows CE
  • St Paul’s RC
  • St Peter in Chains RC
  • Seven Sisters
  • South Harringay
  • Stamford Hill
  • Stroud Green
  • Tetherdown
  • Tiverton
  • Trinity
  • Welbourne
  • West Green
  • Weston Park

Secondary schools


Special schools

Independent schools

Further education


  1. ^ London Borough of Haringey Website: Schools & Education: Secondary Schools
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