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List of schools in Rochdale

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List of schools in Rochdale

This is a list of schools in the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale in the English county of Greater Manchester.

State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Alice Ingham RC Primary School, Rochdale
  • Bamford Primary School, Rochdale
  • Belfield Community School, Rochdale
  • Boarshaw Community Primary School, Middleton
  • Brimrod Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Broadfield Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Caldershaw Primary School, Rochdale
  • Castleton Primary and Nursery School, Castleton
  • Crossgates Primary School, Milnrow
  • Deeplish Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Elm Wood Primary School, Middleton
  • Furrow Community School and Nursery School, Langley
  • Greenbank Primary School, Rochdale
  • Hamer Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Harwood Park Primary School, Heywood
  • Healey Foundation Primary School, Rochdale
  • Heap Bridge Village Primary School, Heywood
  • Heybrook Primary School, Rochdale
  • Hollin Primary School, Middleton
  • Holy Family RC Primary School, Rochdale
  • Holy Trinity CE Primary School, Littleborough
  • Hopwood Community Primary School, Heywood
  • Kentmere Academy, Rochdale
  • Langley Primary School, Langley
  • Little Heaton CE Primary School, Middleton
  • Littleborough Community Primary School, Littleborough
  • Lowerplace Primary School, Rochdale
  • Marland Hill Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Meanwood Nursery and Primary School, Rochdale
  • Middleton Parish CE Primary School, Middleton
  • Milnrow Parish CE Primary School, Milnrow
  • Moorhouse Primary School, Milnrow
  • Newhey Community Primary School, Newhey
  • Norden Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Our Lady and St Paul's RC Primary School, Darnhill
  • Parkfield Primary School, Middleton
  • Sacred Heart RC Primary and Nursery School, Rochdale
  • St Andrew's CE Primary School, Littleborough
  • St Edward's CE Primary School, Rochdale
  • St Gabriel's CE Primary School, Middleton
  • St Gabriel's RC Primary School, Castleton
  • St James' CE Primary School, Wardle
  • St John Fisher RC Primary School, Middleton
  • St John's CE Primary School, Thornham
  • St John's RC Primary and Nursery School, Rochdale
  • St Joseph's RC Primary School, Heywood
  • St Luke's CE Primary School, Heywood
  • St Margaret's CE Primary School, Heywood
  • St Mary's CE Primary School, Balderstone
  • St Mary’s RC Primary and Nursery School, Langley
  • St Mary's RC Primary School, Littleborough
  • St Michael's CE Primary School, Heywood
  • St Michael's CE Primary School, Alkrington
  • St Patrick's RC Primary School, Rochdale
  • St Peter's CE Primary and Nursery School, Rochdale
  • St Peter's RC Primary School, Middleton
  • St Thomas' CE Primary School, Newhey
  • St Thomas More RC Primary School, Alkrington
  • St Vincent's RC Primary, Norden
  • Sandbrook Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Smithy Bridge Primary School, Littleborough
  • Shawclough Community Primary School, Rochdale
  • Spotland Primary School, Rochdale
  • Stansfield Hall CE/Free Church Primary School, Littleborough
  • Whittaker Moss Primary School, Norden
  • Woodland Community Primary School, Heywood

Secondary schools

Special and alternative schools

  • Brownhill School, Rochdale
  • Newlands School, Middleton
  • Redwood Secondary School, Rochdale
  • Springside School, Rochdale

Further education

Independent schools

Senior and all-through schools

  • Beech House School, Rochdale
  • Rochdale Girls' School, Rochdale

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