List of schools in Sheffield

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This is a list of schools in Sheffield in the English county of South Yorkshire.


State-funded schools

Primary schools

  • Abbey Lane Primary School, Sheffield
  • Abbeydale Primary School, Sheffield
  • Acres Hill Primary School, Sheffield
  • All Saints CofE Primary School, Totley
  • Angram Bank Primary School, High Green
  • Anns Grove Primary School, Sheffield
  • Arbourthorne Primary School, Sheffield
  • Athelstan Primary School, Sheffield
  • Ballifield Primary School, Handsworth
  • Bankwood Primary School, Sheffield
  • Beck Primary School, Shiregreen
  • Beighton Infant School, Sheffield
  • Birley Primary School, Birley
  • Birley Spa Primary School, Hackenthorpe
  • Bradfield Dungworth Primary School, Dungworth
  • Bradway Primary School, Sheffield
  • Brightside Nursery and Infant School, Sheffield
  • Brook House Junior School, Beighton
  • Broomhill Infant School, Sheffield
  • Brunswick Primary School, Woodhouse
  • Byron Wood Primary School, Sheffield
  • Carfield Primary School, Sheffield
  • Carter Knowle Junior School, Sheffield
  • Charnock Hall Primary School, Sheffield
  • Clifford CofE Infant School, Sheffield
  • Coit Primary School, Chapeltown
  • Deepcar St John's CE Junior School, Deepcar
  • Dobcroft Infant School, Millhouses
  • Dobcroft Junior School, Sheffield
  • Dore Primary School, Dore
  • Ecclesall Primary School, High Storrs Road, Bents Green, Sheffield
  • Ecclesfield Primary School, Ecclesfield
  • Emmanuel CE Methodist Junior School, Waterthorpe
  • Firs Hill Primary School, Sheffield
  • Fox Hill Primary School, Fox Hill
  • Gleadless Primary School, Sheffield
  • Greengate Lane Primary School, High Green
  • Greenhill Primary School, Sheffield
  • Grenoside Primary School, Grenoside
  • Greystones Primary School, Greystones, Sheffield
  • Halfway Nursery Infant School, Halfway
  • Halfway Junior School, Halfway
  • Hallam Primary School, Sheffield
  • Hartley Brook Primary School, Sheffield
  • Hatfield Primary School, Sheffield
  • High Green Primary School, High Green
  • High Hazels Academy, Darnall
  • Hillsborough Primary School, Sheffield
  • Hinde House 2-16 School, Sheffield
  • Holt House Infant School, Sheffield
  • Hucklow Primary School, Sheffield
  • Hunter's Bar Infant School, Sheffield
  • Hunter's Bar Junior School, Sheffield
  • Intake Primary School, Intake
  • Lound Infant School, Chapeltown
  • Lound Junior School, Chapeltown
  • Lowedges Junior Academy, Sheffield
  • Lower Meadow Primary School, Sheffield
  • Lowfield Primary School, Sheffield
  • Loxley Primary School, Loxley
  • Lydgate Infant School, Sheffield
  • Lydgate Junior School, Crosspool
  • Malin Bridge Primary School, Sheffield
  • Manor Lodge Primary School, Sheffield
  • Mansel Primary School, Sheffield
  • Marlcliffe Primary School, Sheffield
  • Meersbrook Bank Primary School, Sheffield
  • Meynell Primary School, Sheffield
  • Monteney Primary School, Sheffield
  • Mosborough Primary School, Mosborough
  • Mundella Primary School, Sheffield
  • Mylnhurst School and Nursery, Ecclesall
  • Nether Green Infant School, Sheffield
  • Nether Green Junior School, Sheffield
  • Netherthorpe Primary School, Sheffield
  • Nook Lane Junior School, Stannington
  • Norfolk Primary School, Sheffield
  • Norton Free CE Primary School, Norton
  • Oasis Academy Firvale, Sheffield
  • Oasis Academy Don Valley, Sheffield
  • Oasis Academy Watermead, Sheffield
  • Oughtibridge Primary School, Oughtibridge
  • Owler Brook Nursery Infants School, Sheffield
  • Parson Cross CE Primary School, Sheffield
  • Pathways E-ACT Primary Academy, Sheffield
  • Phillimore Community Primary School, Darnall
  • Pipworth Community Primary School, Sheffield
  • Porter Croft CofE Primary School, Sheffield
  • Prince Edward Primary School, Sheffield
  • Pye Bank CofE Primary School, Sheffield
  • Rainbow Forge Primary School, Hackenthorpe
  • Reignhead Primary School, Beighton
  • Rivelin Primary School, Sheffield
  • Royd Nursery Infant School, Deepcar
  • Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • St Ann's Catholic Primary School, Stocksbridge
  • St Catherine's Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School, Hackenthorpe
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • St Marie's Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • St Mary's Catholic Primary School, High Green
  • St Mary's C of E Primary School, Sheffield
  • St Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Sheffield Lane Top
  • St Theresa's Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, Grenoside
  • St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School, Sheffield
  • Sharrow Primary School, Sheffield
  • Shooter's Grove Primary School, Sheffield
  • Shortbrook Primary School, Westfield
  • Southey Green Primary School, Sheffield
  • Springfield Primary School, Sheffield
  • Stannington Infant School, Sheffield
  • Stocksbridge Junior School, Stocksbridge
  • Stocksbridge Nursery Infant School, Stocksbridge
  • Stradbroke Primary School, Sheffield
  • Tinsley Junior School, Sheffield
  • Tinsley Nursery Infant School, Sheffield
  • Totley Primary School, Sheffield
  • Valley Park Primary School, Sheffield
  • Walkley Primary School, Sheffield
  • Watercliffe Meadow Community Primary School, Sheffield
  • Waterthorpe Infant School, Waterthorpe
  • Westways Primary School, Sheffield
  • Wharncliffe Side Primary School, Sheffield
  • Whiteways Junior School, Sheffield
  • Windmill Hill Primary School, Chapeltown
  • Wisewood Primary School, Sheffield
  • Woodhouse West Primary School, Woodhouse
  • Woodseats Primary School, Sheffield
  • Woodthorpe Primary School, Sheffield
  • Wybourn Community Primary School, Sheffield

Secondary schools

Special and alternative schools

  • Becton School, Sheffield
  • Bents Green School, Sheffield
  • Heritage Park School, Sheffield
  • Holgate Meadows School Community Special School, Sheffield
  • Mossbrook School, Sheffield
  • Norfolk Park School, Sheffield
  • The Rowan School, Sheffield
  • Seven Hills School, Sheffield
  • Talbot Specialist School, Norton
  • Woolley Wood School, Sheffield

Further education

Independent schools

Primary and preparatory schools

Senior and all-through schools

Special and alternative schools

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