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List of schools in Hertfordshire

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List of schools in Hertfordshire

This is a list of schools in Hertfordshire, England.

State-funded schools

Secondary schools

Middle schools

Primary schools

  • Applecroft School
  • Ashtree Primary School
  • Bellgate school
  • Bengeo Primary School
  • Bowmansgreen Primary School
  • Cuffley School
  • De Havilland Primary School
  • Gade Valley school
  • Galley Hill Primary School
  • Garden Fields JMI School
  • Grove Road Primary School
  • Highbury Nursery and infant school
  • Highover JMI School
  • Holwell Primary School
  • How Wood Primary School
  • Ickleford JMI School
  • Kenilworth Primary School
  • Killigrew Junior School
  • Leavesden Green JMI School
  • Leverstock Green CE Primary School
  • Little Munden Primary School
  • London Colney Primary School
  • Martindale school
  • Mary Exton Primary School
  • Micklem JMI School
  • Mount Pleasant Lane JMI School
  • Northgate Primary School
  • Oaklands Primary School
  • Oakwood Primary School
  • Oak View Primary School
  • Oughtonhead Primary School
  • Our Lady's School
  • Parkgate Junior School
  • Peartree Primary School
  • Purwell JMI School
  • Rickmansworth Park JMI School
  • Saffron Green Primary School
  • St Andrew's Primary School
  • St Catherine's CE Primary School
  • St Cuthbert Mayne RC School
  • St Mary's First School
  • St Philip Howard RC Primary School
  • Samuel Lucas JMI School
  • Samuel Ryder Academy
  • Sarratt School
  • Sheredes Primary School
  • Strathmore School
  • Welwyn St. Mary's School
  • William Ransom JMI School
  • Wilshere Dacre Junior School
  • Whitehill Junior School

Nursery schools

Special schools

Independent schools

Further education colleges

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