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The Olive School, Preston is a Muslim faith primary school which opened in 2016. It is part of the successful Star Academies Trust and has two forms of entry.

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The Olive Tree Primary School Bolton is an Islamic faith school which opened in 2013.

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The Ongar Academy is an 11-18 secondary school in Essex. The school, which opened in 2015, is part of the Bridge Academy Trust and can cater for up to 800 pupils.

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The Orchards is a special school for those aged 3-11 in Trafford with moderate and severe learning needs. The school opened in 2016 and is part of The Dunham Trust.

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The Pears Family School is an alternative provision school for those aged 5-14 in Islington, North London.

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The Pines is a primary school in Red Lodge, Suffolk. The school, which opened in 2018, was established by the Chilford Hundred Education Trust and has one form of entry.

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The Pinetree School is an 11-16 alternative provision secondary in Thetford, Norfolk. The school, which opened in 2013, was established by a group of teachers.

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The Priors School is a primary in Priors Marston, Warwickshire. It converted from being an independent school to free school status in 2011 and is small in size, catering for only 80 pupils.

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The Radstone Primary School is based in the new Radstone Fields housing development in Brackley, Northamptonshire.

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A mainstream secondary free school which opened in September 2017, admitting five forms of entry (150 pupils) per year. Achieving for Children, H

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The Rise School is an all-through 4-19 special school in Hounslow for those with autism.

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The Royal School Wolverhampton is an all-through 4-19 school. It converted from being an independent school in 2016 and can cater for up to 1,454 pupils.