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List of schools in Barnsley


List of schools in Barnsley

This is a list of educational establishments in the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England.


  • State schools 1
    • Secondary schools 1.1
    • Primary schools 1.2
    • Special schools 1.3
  • Independent schools 2
  • Further education colleges 3
  • Higher education institutions 4

State schools

Secondary schools

Name Ages Location Type Specialist Status Roll GCSE 5 A*-C Pass Rate A Level Points Score Value-added score Ofsted Website
Barnsley Academy 11-19 Kendray Academy - 441 20% - 1037.2 131749 Website
Carlton Community College 11-16 Carlton Community comprehensive - -
Darton College 11-16 Darton Community comprehensive Humanities 1137 34% - 980.3 106651 Website
Holy Trinity Catholic and Church of England School 3-16 Barnsley Voluntary aided comprehensive - -
Horizon Community College 11-16 Barnsley Community comprehensive Arts -
Kirk Balk Community College 11-16 Hoyland Community comprehensive Technology -
Netherwood Advanced Learning Centre 11-16 Wombwell Community comprehensive Humanities & Creative Arts -
Penistone Grammar Advanced Learning Centre 11-18 Penistone Community comprehensive Business and Enterprise 1559 51% 885.4 1004.1 106653 Website
Shafton Advanced Learning Centre 11-16 Shafton Community comprehensive Sports -
The Dearne Advanced Learning Centre 11-16 Goldthorpe Community comprehensive Humanities -

Primary schools

Special schools

Independent schools

Further education colleges

Higher education institutions

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