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List of schools in Kensington and Chelsea

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List of schools in Kensington and Chelsea

This is a list of schools in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London, England.

State-funded schools

Secondary schools

Primary schools

  • ARK Brunel Primary Academy
  • Ashburnham Community School
  • Avondale Park Primary School
  • Bousfield Primary
  • Chelsea Open Air Nursery
  • Christ Church C of E Primary
  • Colville Primary
  • Fox Primary
  • St Thomas
  • Holy Trinity C of E Primary
  • Marlborough Primary
  • Middle Row Primary
  • Oratory RC Primary
  • Our Lady of Victories RC Primary
  • Oxford Gardens Primary
  • Park Walk Primary
  • Servite RC Primary
  • St Barnabas' and St Philip's C of E Primary
  • St Charles RC Primary
  • St Clement's and St James' C of E Primary
  • St Cuthbert with St Matthias C of E Primary
  • St Francis of Assisi RC Primary
  • St Joseph RC Primary
  • St Mary Abbot's C of E Primary
  • St Mary's RC Primary
  • St Thomas C of E Primary
  • St Philip's School
  • Thomas Jones Primary

Independent schools

Further Education colleges

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