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List of schools in Walsall

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List of schools in Walsall

This article lists all schools in Walsall, England.

State schools

Secondary schools

Primary schools

  • Millfield Primary School
  • Lodge Farm JMI School, Walsall
  • Beacon Primary School
  • New Invention Primary School
  • Shire Oak Primary School
  • Rosedale C of E Infants, Willenhall
  • Pinfold Street County Primary (JMI), Darlaston
  • Kings Hill JMI, Darlaston
  • Park Hall JMI, Walsall
  • Bentley West JMI, Bentley
  • Whitehall Junior School, Walsall
  • Delves Junior School, Walsall
  • Palfrey Junior School, Walsall
  • Chuckery Junior School, Walsall
  • Caldmore Junior School, Walsall
  • Blue Coat C of E Junior School, Walsall
  • St Mary RC Junior School, Walsall
  • Hillary Junior School, Walsall
  • Pelsall village, Walsall
  • St. Francis RC JMI Primary, Walsall
  • North Walsall Primary School, Walsall
  • St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School, Coalpool
  • Short Heath Junior School, Walsall
  • Ryders Hayes Community School
  • Woodlands Primary School, Short Heath

Special schools

  • Jane Lane Special School
  • Castle Special School
  • Three Crowns Special School
  • Old Hall Special School

Independent schools

  • Emmanuel School - Walsall
  • Hydesville Tower School - Walsall
  • Mayfield Primary School - Walsall
  • Palfrey Girls School- Walsall
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