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List of schools in Sutton (London borough)

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Title: List of schools in Sutton (London borough)  
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Subject: Carshalton College, Grade I and II* listed buildings in Sutton, Carshalton Park, Grove Park (Sutton), Schools in England
Collection: Lists of Schools in London, Schools in Sutton (London Borough)
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List of schools in Sutton (London borough)

This is a list of schools in the London Borough of Sutton, England.


  • State-funded schools 1
    • Primary schools 1.1
    • Non-selective secondary schools 1.2
    • Grammar schools 1.3
  • Independent schools 2
  • Further education 3

State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Abbey Primary School
  • All Saints Benhilton CE Primary School
  • All Saints, CE Primary School
  • Amy Johnson Primary School
  • Avenue Primary School
  • Bandon Hill Primary School
  • Barrow Hedges Primary School
  • Beddington Infants' School
  • Beddington Park Primary School
  • Brookfield Primary school
  • Cheam Common Junior School
  • Cheam Fields Primary School
  • Cheam Park Farm Junior School
  • Culvers House Primary School
  • Dorchester Primary School
  • Devonshire Primary School
  • Foresters Primary School
  • Greenwrythe Primary School
  • Hackbridge Primary School
  • Harris Junior Academy Carshalton
  • Highview Primary School
  • Holy Trinity CE Junior School
  • Manor Park Primary School
  • Muschamp Primary School
  • Nonsuch Primary School
  • Robin Hood Junior School
  • Rushy Meadow School
  • St Dunstan's Primary School
  • St Elpheges RC Infant and Junior School
  • St Mary's RC Nursery and Infant School
  • St Mary's RC Junior School
  • Stanley Park Junior School
  • Westbourne Primary School
  • Tweeddale Primary School

Non-selective secondary schools

Grammar schools

Independent schools

Further education

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