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List of schools in Sandwell

This article lists all schools in Sandwell, England. There are a number of state-funded schools in the Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell. In addition, Sandwell College offers sixth form and further education courses for students in the area. Pupil Referral Units in Sandwell include Batmans Hill Unit, Ruskin House Pupil Referral Unit, The Bridge Centre, The Oakham Centre, Whiteheath Education Centre and Wodens Rise Pupil Referral Unit.

Secondary schools

Primary schools

  • Abbey Infant School
  • Abbey Junior School
  • Albert Pritchard Infant School
  • All Saints CE Primary School
  • Annie Lennard Infant School
  • Bearwood Primary School
  • Blackheath Primary School
  • Bleakhouse Junior School
  • Brandhall Primary School
  • Brickhouse Primary School
  • Burnt Tree Primary School
  • Cape Primary School
  • Causeway Green Primary School
  • Christ Church CE Primary School
  • Corngreaves Academy
  • Crocketts Community Primary School
  • Devonshire Infant School
  • Devonshire Junior School
  • Eaton Valley Primary School
  • Ferndale Primary School
  • Galton Valley Primary School
  • George Betts Primary School
  • Glebefields Primary School
  • Grace Mary Primary School
  • Great Bridge Primary School
  • Grove Vale Primary School
  • Guns Village Primary School
  • Hall Green Primary School
  • Hamstead Infant School
  • Hamstead Junior School
  • Hargate Primary School
  • Harvills Hawthorn Primary School
  • Hateley Heath Primary School
  • Highfields Primary School
  • Holy Name RC Primary School
  • Holy Trinity CE Primary School
  • Holyhead Primary School
  • Homeschool Social Enterprise
  • Joseph Turner Primary School
  • Jubilee Park Primary School
  • King George V Primary School
  • Langley Primary School
  • Lightwoods Primary School
  • Lodge Primary School
  • Lyng Primary School
  • Mesty Croft Academy
  • Moat Farm Infant School
  • Moat Farm Junior Trust
  • Moorlands Primary School
  • Newtown Primary School
  • Oakham Primary School
  • Ocker Hill Infant School
  • Ocker Hill Junior School
  • Old Hill Primary School
  • Old Park Primary School
  • Park Hill Primary School
  • Pennyhill Primary School
  • Perryfields Primary School
  • Reddal Hill Primary School
  • Rood End Primary School
  • Rounds Green Primary School
  • Rowley Hall Primary School
  • Ryders Green Primary School
  • Sacred Heart Primary School
  • Shireland Hall Primary School
  • Springfield Primary School
  • St Francis Xavier RC Primary School
  • St Gregory's RC Primary School
  • St Hubert's RC Primary School
  • St James' CE Primary School
  • St John Bosco RC Primary School
  • St John's CE Primary School
  • St Margaret's CE Primary School
  • St Margaret's CE Primary School website
  • St Martin's CE Primary School
  • St Mary Magdalene CE Primary School
  • St Mary's RC Primary School
  • St Matthew's CE Primary School
  • St Paul's CE Primary School
  • St Philip's RC Primary School
  • Summerhill Primary School
  • Tameside Primary School
  • Temple Meadow Primary School
  • The Priory Primary School
  • Timbertree Academy
  • Tipton Green Junior School
  • Tividale Community Primary School
  • Tividale Hall Primary School
  • Uplands Manor Primary School
  • Victoria Infant School
  • Victoria Park Academy
  • Warley Infant School
  • Wednesbury Oak Primary School
  • Whitecrest Primary School
  • Wood Green Junior School
  • Yew Tree Primary School

Special schools

Colleges

See also

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