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List of schools in Havering

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

State-funded schools

Primary and junior schools

(J) indicates junior, RC indicates Roman Catholic and CE indicates Church of England
  • Ardleigh Green (J)
  • Benhurst
  • Brady (J)
  • Branfil (J)
  • Broadford
  • Brookside (J)
  • Clockhouse (J)
  • Crowlands (J)
  • Crownfield (J)
  • Dame Tipping CE
  • Elm Park Primary
  • Engayne
  • Gidea Park
  • Hacton
  • Harold Court
  • Harold Wood
  • Hilldene
  • Hylands Primary
  • Ingrebourne
  • James Oglethorpe
  • La Salette RC
  • Langtons (J)
  • The Mawney
  • Mead
  • Nelmes
  • Newtons
  • Oasis Pinewood
  • Parsonage Farm
  • Parklands (J)
  • Pyrgo Priory
  • R J Mitchell
  • Rainham Village
  • Rise Park (J)
  • Scargill (J)
  • Scotts
  • Squirrels Heath (J)
  • St Alban's RC
  • St Edward's CE
  • St Joseph's RC
  • St Mary's RC
  • St Patrick's RC
  • St Peter's RC
  • St Ursula's RC (J)
  • Suttons
  • Towers (J)
  • Upminster (J)
  • Whybridge (J)
  • Wykeham

[1]

Secondary schools

[2]

Sixth form and FE colleges

References

  1. ^ List of Primary and Junior Schools in LB Havering accessed 1 Mar 2009
  2. ^ List of Secondary schools and colleges in LB Havering accessed 1 Mar 2009
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