Leigh Park - Education

Education

Leigh Park contains several primary schools: Front Lawn, Trosnant, Riders, Sharps Copse, Park House, Warren Park, Barncroft School and St Albans C of E.

Leigh Park contains three secondary schools: Havant Academy (known as Staunton Community Sports College until 2009) Park Community School (known as Broomfield until 1988) and Prospect school, built in 2008, an education centre for children with learning and social disabilities.

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