Devon Community Information - Schools and Preschools

09:42 27 April 2010

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Devon County Council - list of Devon Schools
All Saints Church Of England VC Infant School, Sidmouth
All Saints Church Of England Primary School, Axminster
Awliscombe Church Of England Primary School
The Axe Valley Community College
Bassetts Farm Primary School
Beer Church Of England Primary School
Bishops Tawton Primary School
Branscombe Church Of England Primary School
Bratton Fleming Community Primary School
Broadhembury Church Of England Primary
Colyton Grammar School
Dalwood Primary School
Drake's Church of England Primary School
Exeter Road Community Primary School
Exmouth Community College
Forches Cross Community Primary School
Feniton Church Of England Primary School
Filleigh Community Primary School
Fremington Community Primary and Nursery School
Honiton Community College Honiton Primary School
Kilmington Primary School
Little Acorn Preschool
Lady Seaward's Church of England Primary School
Littletown Primary School
Lympstone Church Of England Primary School
Marpool Primary School
Newton Poppleford Primary School
Otterton Church Of England Primary School
Payhembury Church Of England Primary School
Pilton Infants School
Rockbeare Primary School
Seaton Primary School
Shute Community Primary School
Sidbury Church Of England Primary School
Sidmouth College
Sidmouth Infants School
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Exmouth
St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Axminster
St Nicholas Church Of England Junior School, Sidmouth
St Peter's Church of England Primary School, Budleigh Salterton
The Beacon Church Of England Primary School, Exmouth
The Folly Nursery, Manor House School, Honiton
Tipton St John Church Of England Primary School
Upottery Primary
West Hill Primary School
Withycombe Raleigh Church Of England Primary School
Withycombe Raleigh Playgroup
Woodbury Church Of England Primary School
Woodbury Salterton Church Of England Primary School

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