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List of schools in Stoke-on-Trent

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Title: List of schools in Stoke-on-Trent  
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Subject: City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College, List of schools in Staffordshire, Erasmus Darwin Academy, Ormiston Horizon Academy, Moorlands Sixth Form College
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List of schools in Stoke-on-Trent

This article lists all schools in Stoke-on-Trent.


  • State schools 1
    • Primary schools 1.1
    • Secondary schools 1.2
    • Special schools 1.3
  • Independent schools 2
  • Voluntary aided grammar school 3
  • Further education colleges 4

State schools

Primary schools

  • Abbey Hulton Primary School
  • Alexandra Junior School
  • Ash Green Primary School
  • Ball Green Primary School
  • Belgrave CofE (C) Primary School
  • Bishop Stamer CofE Aided Primary School
  • Blurton Primary School - Blurton
  • Burnwood Community Primary School - Tunstall
  • Carmountside Primary School
  • Christ Church CofE Primary School
  • Clarice Cliff Primary School
  • Crescent Primary School
  • Eaton Park Primary School - Eaton Park, Bucknall
  • Etruscan Primary School
  • Forest Park Primary School - Hanley
  • Gladstone Primary
  • Glebe Primary School - Stoke
  • Goldenhill Primary School - Golden Hill
  • Grange Primary School
  • Greenways Primary School
  • Grove Junior School
  • Hanley St Luke's CofE Aided Primary School
  • Harpfield Primary School
  • Heron Cross Primary School
  • Hillside Primary School
  • Holden Lane Primary School
  • Hollywall Primary School
  • John Baskeyfield VC CofE Primary School
  • Joiners Square Primary School
  • Kingsland CofE (C) Primary School
  • Maple Court Primary School
  • Mill Hill Primary School - Tunstall
  • Milton Primary School
  • Moorpark Junior School
  • New Ford Primary School
  • Newstead Primary School
  • Norton Primary School
  • Oakhill Primary School
  • Our Lady and St Benedict Roman Catholic Primary School
  • Our Lady's Roman Catholic Primary School
  • Packmoor Primary School - Packmoor
  • Park Hall Primary School
  • Parkside Primary School
  • Priory CofE Primary School
  • Sandford Hill Primary School
  • Smallthorne Primary School
  • Sneyd Green Primary School
  • St Augustine's Roman Catholic (A) Primary School
  • St Chad's CofE Primary School
  • St George and St Martin's Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St Gregory's Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St John's CofE (A) Primary School - Trent Vale
  • St Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School - Goldenhill
  • St Maria Goretti Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St Mark's CofE (A) Primary School
  • St Mary's CofE VA Primary School
  • St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St Matthew's CofE (A) Primary School
  • St Paul's Edensor CofE (C) Primary School
  • St Peter's Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St Teresa's Roman Catholic (A) Primary School
  • St Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St Wilfrid's Roman Catholic Primary School - Tunstall
  • Summerbank Primary School - Tunstall
  • Sutherland Primary School
  • The Willows Primary School
  • Weston Coyney Junior School
  • Whitfield Valley Primary School - Fegg Hayes

Secondary schools

  • Biddulph High School - Biddulph
  • Birches Head Academy - Birches Head
  • Co-Operative Academy of Stoke-on-Trent - Tunstall
  • St. Margaret Ward Roman Catholic School and Arts College - Tunstall
  • St Peters Academy - Fenton
  • St. Thomas More Catholic College - Longton
  • Sandon High School - Meir

Special schools

Independent schools

Voluntary aided grammar school

Further education colleges

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