Robert Clack School of Science is an oversubscribed 11-19 year comprehensive school with a mixed Sixth Form based in the borough of Barking and Dagenham. We have a clear focus on the academic achievement which we want for all our students. Student performance has been exceptional over a number of years and this is reflected in excellent examination results. We are a mainstay of the Government's "100 most improved schools list" and are in the top 1% of school's nationally for our contextual value added score. Our Investor in Peoples status and Sports England Sportsmark Awards are testimony to the outstanding teamwork of our pupils, parents and Governors; national awards for national standards. However, we also see ourselves as a school community, committed to excellence and innovation. We encourage participation in a wide range of educational and life enriching activities, celebrating success in many varied ways. Our ultimate aim is to help students prepare to take maximum advantage of lifelong learning experiences in further education and careers, establishing themselves as responsible members of the community.
In recent years we have developed excellent practice in Enterprise education and have now been designated to provide the lead for the Government's Local Enterprise Growth Initiative in Barking and Dagenham. As a Science College we are also continually seeking ways to ensure that the quality of our teaching and learning aims to continually raise the performance of our students, equipping them with the skills they require to embrace their lives ahead in the 21st century.
Our vision is to be an internationally renowned community that provides an outstanding education for our students. more..
Robert Clack School of Science is a Foundation School. more..<!--
Robert Clack School believes the care of the individuals within our community is of utmost importance and to that end we have a highly developed pastoral system to support academic progress. more..-->
Robert Clack School is concerned to ensure that all students achieve whether they are gifted or have specific learning difficulties.