About Sutton

Sutton is the principal town of London Borough of Sutton in South London, England. It lies on the lower slopes of the North Downs.

Sutton has the largest library in the borough, several works of public art and four conservation areas. It is home to several large international companies. Sutton railway station is the borough’s largest, with frequent services to central London and is the main station serving the town of Sutton. It is served by Southern and Thameslink trains, and lies in Travelcard Zone 5, 14 miles 75 chains down the line from London Bridge. Sutton is a hub for filming in South London. It is home to the Royal Marsden Hospital and the Institute of Cancer Research, where there are plans to create the world’s second biggest cancer research campus.

Sutton Schools

Sutton is the principal town in the London Borough of Sutton, a top performing borough for education. The town is home to a significant number of the borough’s schools, including one of its boys’ grammar schools, its boys’ preparatory school and its girls’ private secondary school.

Primary schools

  • All Saints Benhilton, C of E Primary
  • Brookfield Primary School
  • Avenue Primary
  • Devonshire Primary
  • Homefield Preparatory School
  • Manor Park Primary
  • Robin Hood Infants
  • Robin Hood Junior
  • Westbourne Primary

Secondary schools

  • Glenthorne High School
  • Greenshaw High School
  • Overton Grange School
  • Sutton Grammar School for Boys
  • Sutton High School for Girls (independent school)
  • Eagle House School (specialist autism school)