Schools in Pulborough

Pulborough, a sprawling village in West Sussex, delights with its historic charm, rich archaeological heritage, and scenic natural beauty. The area is nestled along the majestic South Downs and serves as a significant crossroads for Romans, Saxons, and modern travelers alike. The landscape includes Roman Stane Street, the ancient Wey and Arun Canal, and the River Arun, which offers a serene backdrop for residents and travelers alike. Historically, Pulborough was fortified by motte and bailey castles and has seen its significance evolve through centuries, becoming a hub for trade and commerce. The name "Pulborough" translates from Saxon roots to "hill by the pool." The village has developed piecemeal, with 19th-century industries giving way to shops and residential clusters, yet maintaining its unique history through Tudor, Georgian, and Victorian architecture. Explorers are drawn to this Victorian-era market town to discover archaeological wonders like the 18th-century Swan Inn, the Wealden house of Seven Timbered Frames, and the 15th-century Parish Church of St Mary. The RSPB's Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve is a vestige of Pulborough's natural heritage, showcasing the preservation of local wildlife and rolling valleys overlooking the South Downs. Tourists also appreciate Pulborough's convenient location, linked by the A29 and A283 roads and an active railway station, allowing easy access from London and the south coast. The river Arun offers alternative possibilities as it was once a pivotal trade and flood defense route, while the canal provided an additional means of commerce. Today, Pulborough offers a picturesque, welcoming community with its variety of historic sites, natural beauty, and the serenity of rural West Sussex.

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Secondary Schools

There are no secondary schools in Pulborough but you can check our map to find schools in the wider area.

Primary Schools

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