List of schools in Newham

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

State-funded primary schools[edit]

Primary schools in Newham.[1][2][3][4]

  • Altmore Infant
  • Avenue Primary
  • Brampton Primary
  • Britannia Village Primary
  • Calverton Primary
  • Carpenters Primary
  • Central Park Primary
  • Chobham Academy
  • Cleves Primary
  • Colegrave Primary
  • Curwen Primary
  • Dersingham Infant
  • Drew Primary
  • Earlham Primary
  • Ellen Wilkinson Primary
  • Elmhurst Primary
  • Essex Primary
  • Gainsborough Primary
  • Gallions Primary
  • Godwin Junior
  • Grange Primary
  • Hallsville Primary
  • Hartley Primary
  • Kaizen Primary
  • Keir Hardie Primary
  • Kensington Primary
  • Langdon Academy
  • Lathom Junior
  • Manor Primary
  • Maryland Primary
  • Monega Primary
  • Nelson Primary
  • New City Primary
  • North Beckton Primary
  • Odessa Infant
  • Park Primary
  • Plaistow Primary
  • Portway Primary
  • Ranelagh Primary
  • Ravenscroft Primary
  • Roman Road Primary
  • Rosetta Primary
  • St. Antony's Primary
  • St. Edward's Catholic Primary
  • St. Francis' Catholic Primary
  • St. Helen's Catholic Primary
  • St. James' Church of England Junior
  • St. Joachim's Catholic Primary
  • St. Luke's Primary
  • St. Michael's Catholic Primary
  • St. Stephen's Primary
  • St. Winefride's Catholic Primary
  • Salisbury Primary
  • Sandringham Primary
  • School 21
  • Scott Wilkie Primary
  • Selwyn Primary
  • Shaftesbury Primary
  • Sheringham Primary
  • Sir John Heron Primary
  • Southern Road Primary
  • Star Primary
  • Tollgate Primary
  • Upton Cross Primary
  • Vicarage Primary
  • West Ham Church of England Primary
  • William Davies Primary
  • Winsor Primary
  • Woodgrange Infant

State-funded secondary schools[edit]

Secondary schools in Newham.[5][6]

Special schools[edit]

  • Eleanor Smith School
  • John F. Kennedy School

Independent schools[edit]

Sixth form and FE colleges[edit]

Closed secondary schools[edit]

  • Ashburton Secondary Modern School - merged with Shipman Road Secondary Modern School to form Woodside Community School 1972
  • Burges Manor School All Girls - merged with East Ham Grammar School for Boys and Thomas Lethaby School for Boys to form Langdon Comprehensive School 1972
  • East Ham Grammar School for Boys - merged with Burges Manor School All Girls and Thomas Lethaby School for Boys to form Langdon Comprehensive School 1972
  • East Ham Grammar School for Girls - merged with Plashet County Secondary Modern School for Girls to form Plashet School 1972
  • Faraday Secondary Modern School - merged with Plaistow County Grammar School to form Cumberland Comprehensive School 1972
  • Jack Cornwell School - closed 1969 (see Walton Road School)
  • Plaistow County Grammar School - merged with Faraday Secondary Modern School to form Cumberland Comprehensive School 1972
  • Plashet County Secondary Modern School for Girls - merged with East Ham Grammar School for Girls to form Plasher School 1972
  • Pretoria County Boys' School - merged with Pretoria Road Girls' Secondary Modern School to form Eastlea Comprehensive School 1972
  • Pretoria Road Girls' Secondary Modern School - merged with Pretoria County Boys' School to form Eastlea Comprehensive School 1972
  • St. John's Catholic School - closed 1991[7]
  • Shipman Road Secondary Modern School - merged with Ashburton Secondary Modern School to form Woodside Community School 1972
  • Thomas Lethaby School for Boys - merged with Burges Manor School All Girls and East Ham Grammar School for Boys to form Langdon Comprehensive School 1972
  • Trinity Comprehensive School - closed 1989
  • Woodside Community School - opened 1972; closed 2000

References[edit]

  1. ^ Junior, Infant and Primary Schools in the London Borough of Newham accessed 11 September 2012
  2. ^ Voluntary Aided Primary Schools accessed 11 September 2012
  3. ^ Voluntary Controlled Primary Schools accessed 11 September 2012
  4. ^ Special schools accessed 11 September 2012
  5. ^ Secondary schools in the London Borough of Newham accessed 11 September 2012
  6. ^ Special schools accessed 11 September 2012
  7. ^ "Schools in England and Wales, London, Newham". Retrieved 16 November 2012. 

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