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List of schools in Brighton and Hove

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List of schools in Brighton and Hove

This is a list of schools in Brighton and Hove, in the English county of East Sussex.

State-funded schools

Secondary schools

Primary schools

  • Aldrington C.E Primary School Hove
  • Balfour Junior School Brighton
  • Bevendean Primary School Brighton
  • Carden Primary School, Brighton
  • Coldean Primary School, Brighton
  • Coombe Road Primary School, Brighton
  • Cottesmore St. Mary's RC Primary School, Hove
  • Elm Grove Primary School, Brighton
  • Hartford Primary School, Brighton
  • Middle Street Primary School, Brighton
  • Mile Oak Primary School, Brighton
  • Moulsecoomb Primary School, Brighton
  • Patcham Infant School, Brighton
  • Patcham Junior School, Brighton
  • Queens Park Primary School, Brighton
  • Somerhill Junior School, Hove
  • St. Andrew's C of E Primary School, Hove
  • St. Bernadette's RC Primary School, Brighton
  • St John The Baptist RC Primary School, Brighton
  • St Joseph's RC Primary School, Brighton
  • St Luke's Primary School, Brighton
  • St Martin's C of E Primary School, Brighton
  • St Mary Magdalen's RC Primary School Brighton
  • St Mary's RC Primary School, Portslade
  • St Nicholas' C of E Primary School, Portslade
  • Stanford Infant School, Brighton
  • Stanford Junior School, Brighton
  • Goldstone Primary School, Hove
  • Downs Infant School, Brighton
  • Downs Junior School, Brighton
  • West Hove Junior School, Hove
  • West Hove Infant School, Hove

Special schools

Independent schools

Further education colleges

See also

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