Ossett - Education

Education

Ossett has eight primary schools; Towngate Primary School; Holy Trinity C of E Primary School, St Ignatius's Catholic Primary School, South Parade Primary School, South Ossett Infants School, Southdale C of E Junior School, Dimplewell Infants School and Highfield School which caters for children with learning disabilities using the buildings of North Ossett High School which closed in 1997. Ossett has one secondary school, Ossett Academy & Sixth Form College.

See also: list of schools in Wakefield

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