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NEWS AND EVENTS
This week's citizenship theme: Cyber Safety
We currently have a vacancy for a Parent Governor. To find out more click here
Wednesday 22nd November 4.00-7.00pm - Year 8 Parents' Evening for students in the following English groups: Austen, Bronte, Chaucer & Dickens
Saturday 25th November - Robert Clack Association Table Top Event, 10.00am-2.00pm, Gosfield Road (Doors open to sellers at 9am). Please contact the school for further details.
Wednesday 29th November 4.00-7.00pm - Year 8 Parents' Evening for students in the following English groups: Eliot, FItzgerald, Gaskell, Hardy, Ibsen, Joyce, Keats, Lawrence & Milton
Year 10 and 11 French and Spanish students
Your teacher will have informed you that you need to make your choices for your MOCK speaking test questions by Monday 13th November. Please click on this link to go to the Google Form.
Miss C Thomas
Head of MFL
Every Wednesday the SEN department run a coffee morning for parents to discuss their children’s Special Educational Needs. If you would like to attend please meet in reception on the Upper Site between 9 - 9.30. The SEN Department
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'COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE'
Here at Robert Clack we see ourselves as a school community, committed to excellence and achievement. We encourage our students to participate in all the activities the school offers, knowing this will enrich their education and allow them to become successful students and successful adults.
Welcome to Robert Clack School
I am proud to welcome you to the Robert Clack School website. As a former pupil and member of staff for the past 15 years, the school and our pupils mean a great deal to me. I believe that Robert Clack is a very special place; we have a strong sense of community and strive for excellence in all that we do.
We are committed to delivering a broad and balanced education, one which appreciates the importance of academic qualifications, but one which also recognises the value of vocational qualifications and the extra-curricular of sport, drama, music, the arts and debate.
Our ethos permeates every aspect of life at Robert Clack School and cultivates the values of mutual respect, compassion, discipline, high expectations and aspirations and hard work. By embracing these values, we believe that our pupils will be able to fulfil their ambitions in life, whatever they may be.
We are proud but never complacent.
Mr R Taylor – Headteacher B.Sc., (Econ) (Hons)
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