Schools and colleges
Hertfordshire County Council is the local authority with responsibility for education in Hertfordshire.
If you wish to apply online for admission for your child to one of the Herts County Council schools please use the following link: Online admissions system
If you believe that your child may have special education needs, then you can apply online for an assessment for your child using the following link: Parental Request for Statutory Assessment of Special Education Needs
Help with the cost of education - Free school meals
Children of families receiving certain benefits could be entitled to free school meals and other education benefits from Hertfordshire County Council. 16 to 18 year-olds receiving these benefits in their own right are also entitled to free school meals.
For more information visit: www.hertsdirect.org/freeschoolmeals
We have provided links that look at nursery, infant and junior schools, secondary schools, special schools, deaf schools and colleges.
Nursery, infant and junior schools
- Alban Wood Primary
- Beechfield Primary
- Berrygrove Primary and Nursery
- Bromet Primary
- Bushey & Oxhey Infants
- Cassiobury Infants
- Cassiobury Junior
- Central Primary
- Chater Infants
- Chater Junior
- Cherry Tree Primary
- Coates Way JMI & Nursery
- Field Infant & Nursery
- Field Junior School
- Holy Rood Roman Catholic Primary
- Holywell Primary
- Kingsway Infants
- Kingsway Junior
- Knutsford Primary
- Laurance Haines
- Leavesden Green JMI & Nursery
- Nascot Wood Infants
- Nascot Wood Junior
- Orchard Primary
- Parkgate Infants & Nursery
- Parkgate Junior
- St. Anthony's RC Primary & Nursery
- St Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic
- St Joseph's Roman Catholic
- Chessbrook Education Support Centre
- Francis Combe Academy
- St. Michael's Roman Catholic
- Stanborough Park
- Watford Grammar School for Boys
- Watford Grammar School for Girls
- Westfield Community Technical College
Special schools and specialist education
Special schools in Hertfordshire cater for a whole range of learning, development and emotional difficulties.
High Elms Manor is a special school which caters for up to 122 secondary aged boys and girls (11 - 16 year olds) whose main presenting needs are moderate learning difficulties. Heathlands, in St Albans, is an all-age community special school for deaf children.
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