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List of schools in Harrow

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List of schools in Harrow

This is a list of schools in the London Borough of Harrow, England.[1]

State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Avanti House School
  • Aylward Primary School
  • Belmont School
  • Camrose Primary School with Nursery
  • Cannon Lane Primary School
  • Cedars Manor School
  • Earlsmead Primary School
  • Elmgrove Primary School and Nursery
  • Glebe Primary School
  • Grange Primary School
  • Grimsdyke School
  • Heathland School
  • Kenmore Park Infant and Nursery School
  • Kenmore Park Junior School
  • Krishna Avanti Primary School
  • Longfield Primary School
  • Marlborough Primary School
  • Moriah Jewish Day School
  • Newton Farm Nursery Infant and Junior School
  • Norbury School
  • Pinner Park Infant and Nursery School
  • Pinner Park Junior School
  • Pinner Wood School
  • Priestmead Primary School and Nursery
  • Roxbourne Infant School
  • Roxbourne Junior School
  • Roxeth Primary School
  • St Anselm's Catholic Primary School
  • St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School
  • St George's Primary Catholic School Harrow
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School
  • St John's Church of England School Stanmore
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
  • St Teresa's Catholic Primary School and Nursery
  • Stag Lane Infant and Nursery School
  • Stag Lane Junior School
  • Stanburn First School
  • Stanburn Junior School
  • Vaughan Primary School
  • Weald Infant and Nursery School
  • Weald Junior School
  • Welldon Park Infant and Nursery School
  • Welldon Park Junior School
  • West Lodge Primary School
  • Whitchurch First School and Nursery
  • Whitchurch Junior School
  • Whitefriars Community School

Secondary schools

Special schools

Sixth form & further education colleges

Independent schools


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