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List of schools in Shropshire

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Subject: List of schools in Telford and Wrekin, Moor Park School, Hadley Learning Community, Belvidere School, Shrewsbury, Oldbury Wells School
Collection: Lists of Schools in England, Schools in Shropshire, Shropshire-Related Lists
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List of schools in Shropshire

This article lists schools in the Local Education Authority (LEA) for Shropshire, England.


  • State Primary Schools 1
    • Bridgnorth 1.1
    • North Shropshire 1.2
    • Shrewsbury 1.3
    • South Shropshire 1.4
  • State secondary schools 2
  • State Special Schools 3
  • Independent schools 4
    • Preparatory 4.1
    • Senior 4.2
  • Further education colleges 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

State Primary Schools



  • Albrighton Primary School, Albrighton
  • Alveley Primary School
  • Barrow CE Primary School, Barrow
  • Beckbury CE Primary School
  • Brockton CE Primary School
  • Broseley CE Primary School, Broseley
  • Castlefields Primary School
  • Claverley CE Primary School
  • Farlow CE Primary School
  • Highley Primary School
  • John Wilkinson Primary School
  • Kinlet CE Primary School
  • Morville CE Primary School
  • Much Wenlock Primary School, Much Wenlock
  • Sheriffhales Primary School, Sheriffhales
  • Shifnal Primary School, Shifnal
  • Saint Andrew's CE Primary School
  • Saint John's Catholic Primary School
  • Saint Leonard's CE Primary School
  • Saint Mary's Bluecoat CE Primary School
  • Saint Mary's CE Primary School, Albrighton
  • Stottesdon CE Primary School
  • Worfield Endowed CE Primary School

North Shropshire


  • Adderley CE Primary School
  • Baschurch CE Primary School, Baschurch
  • Buntingsdale Infant School
  • Cheswardine Primary School
  • Clive CE Primary School
  • Cockshutt CE Primary School, Cockshutt
  • Criftins CE Primary School
  • Ellesmere Primary School, Ellesmere
  • Hadnall CE Primary School
  • Hinstock Primary School
  • Hodnet Primary School
  • Holy Trinity CE Primary School, Oswestry
  • Longlands Primary School
  • Lower Heath CE Primary School
  • Market Drayton Infant School and Nursery, Market Drayton
  • Market Drayton Junior School, Market Drayton
  • Moreton Say CE Primary School
  • Myddle CE Primary School
  • Newtown CE Primary School
  • Norton-in-Hales CE Primary School
  • Prees CE Primary School, Prees
  • Shawbury Primary School, Shawbury
  • St Martin's School, St Martin's, Shropshire
  • Woodside Primary School, Oswestry



South Shropshire

State secondary schools



The Wakeman School viewed from across the River Severn, with the English Bridge to the right.

North Shropshire

South Shropshire

State Special Schools


  • Severndale School
  • Woodlands School

Independent schools


Bedstone College in the southwest of the county.


Shrewsbury School viewed from The Quarry, with the school's boathouse in the foreground.
School House of Doric columns.

Further education colleges

The Shrewsbury Sixth Form College Grade II listed main building, built in 1910, as viewed from Claremont Bank.

See also


  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. ^
  4. ^ St Lawrence's Church Stretton
  5. ^
  6. ^
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