List of schools in Northumberland

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This is a list of schools in Northumberland , England.


State-funded schools

Primary and first schools

  • Abbeyfields First School, Morpeth
  • Acomb First School, Acomb
  • Adderlane Academy, Prudhoe
  • Allendale Primary School, Allendale
  • Amble First School, Amble
  • Amble Links First School, Amble
  • Beaconhill Community Primary School, Cramlington
  • Beaufront First School, Sandhoe
  • Bede Academy, Blyth
  • Bedlington Station Primary School, Bedlington
  • Bedlington West End Primary School, Bedlington
  • Bedlington Whitley Memorial CE Primary School, Bedlington
  • Belford Primary School, Belford
  • Bellingham Primary School, Bellingham
  • Belsay Primary School, Belsay
  • Berwick St Mary's CE First School, Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • Bothal Primary School, Ashington
  • Branton Community Primary School, Branton
  • Broomhaugh CE First School, Riding Mill
  • Broomhill First School, Morpeth
  • Broomley First School, Stocksfield
  • Burnside Primary School, Cramlington
  • Cambo First School, Cambo
  • Cambois Primary School, Cambois
  • Central Primary School, Ashington
  • Chollerton CE First School, Barrasford
  • Choppington Primary School, Choppington
  • Corbridge CE First School, Corbridge
  • Cragside CE Primary School, Cramlington
  • Cramlington Northburn Primary School, Cramlington
  • Cramlington Shanklea Primary School, Cramlington
  • Cramlington Village Primary School, Cramlington
  • Croftway Primary Academy, Blyth
  • Darras Hall Primary School, Ponteland
  • Eastlea Primary School, Cramlington
  • Ellingham CE Primary School, Ellingham
  • Ellington Primary School, Ellington
  • Embleton Vincent Edwards CE Primary School, Embleton
  • Felton CE Primary School, Felton
  • Grange View CE First School, Widdrington Village
  • Greenhaugh Primary School, Greenhaugh
  • Greenhead CE Primary School, Greenhead
  • Haltwhistle Primary Academy, Haltwhistle
  • Harbottle CE First School, Harbottle
  • Hareside Primary School, Cramlington
  • Heddon-on-the-Wall St Andrew's CE Primary School, Heddon-on-the-Wall
  • Henshaw CE Primary School, Henshaw
  • Hexham First School, Hexham
  • Hipsburn Primary School, Lesbury
  • Holy Island CE First School, Lindisfarne
  • Holy Trinity CE First School, Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • Holywell Village First School, Holywell
  • Horton Grange Primary School, Blyth
  • Hugh Joicey CE Aided First School, Ford
  • Humshaugh CE First School, Humshaugh
  • Kielder Primary School and Nursery, Kielder
  • Linton Primary School, Linton
  • Longhorsley St Helen's CE First School, Longhorsley
  • Longhoughton CE Primary School, Longhoughton
  • Lowick CE First School, Lowick
  • Malvin's Close Academy, Blyth
  • Meadowdale Academy, Bedlington
  • Mickley First School, Mickley
  • Morpeth All Saints CE First School, Morpeth
  • Morpeth First School, Morpeth
  • Morpeth Road Academy, Blyth
  • Morpeth Stobhillgate First School, Morpeth
  • Mowbray Primary School, Guide Post
  • NCEA Bishop's Primary School, Ashington
  • NCEA Warkworth CE Primary School, Warkworth
  • New Delaval Primary School, New Delaval
  • New Hartley First School, New Hartley
  • Newbrough CE Primary School, Fourstones
  • Newsham Primary School, Blyth
  • Norham St Ceolwulf's CE First School, Norham
  • Otterburn Primary School, Otterburn
  • Ovingham CE First School, Ovingham
  • Pegswood Primary School, Morpeth
  • Ponteland Community Primary School, Ponteland
  • Ponteland Primary School, Ponteland
  • Prudhoe Castle First School, Prudhoe
  • Prudhoe West Academy, Prudhoe
  • Red Row First School, Morpeth
  • Richard Coates CE Primary School, Ponteland
  • Ringway Primary School, Guide Post
  • Rothbury First School, Rothbury
  • St Aidan's RC Primary School, Ashington
  • St Bede's RC Primary School, Bedlington
  • St Cuthbert's RC First School, Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • St Mary's RC First School, Hexham
  • St Matthew's RC Primary School, Prudhoe
  • St Michael's CE First School, Alnwick
  • St Paul's RC Primary School, Alnwick
  • St Robert's RC First School, Morpeth
  • St Wilfrid's RC Primary School, Blyth
  • Ss Peter and Paul's RC Primary Academy, Cramlington
  • Scremerston First School, Scremerston
  • Seahouses Primary School, Seahouses
  • Seaton Delaval First School, Seaton Delaval
  • Seaton Sluice First School, Seaton Sluice
  • Seghill First School, Seghill
  • The Sele First School, Hexham
  • Shaftoe Trust Academy, Haydon Bridge
  • Shilbottle Primary School, Shilbottle
  • Slaley First School, Slaley
  • Spittal Community School, Spittal
  • Stakeford Primary School, Stakeford
  • Stamfordham Primary School, Stamfordham
  • Stannington First School, Stannington
  • Stead Lane Primary School, Bedlington
  • Swansfield Park Primary School, Alnwick
  • Swarland Primary School, Swarland
  • Thropton Village First School, Thropton
  • Tritlington CE First School, Tritlington
  • Tweedmouth Prior Park First School, Tweedmouth
  • Tweedmouth West First School, Tweedmouth
  • Wark CE Primary School, Wark on Tyne
  • Whalton CE Primary School, Whalton
  • Whitfield CE Primary School, Whitfield
  • Whitley Chapel CE First School, Whitley Chapel
  • Whittingham CE Primary School, Whittingham
  • Whittonstall First School, Whittonstall
  • Wooler First School, Wooler
  • Wylam First School, Wylam

Middle schools

Secondary and high schools

Special and alternative schools

Further education

Independent schools

Primary and preparatory schools

Senior and all-through schools

Special and alternative schools

Further education

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