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Robert Clack School

Robert Clack School is a comprehensive school in Barking and Dagenham, named after Alderman Robert Clack who was the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham when the school opened in 1955. They aim to supply students with the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to fulfil their potential and make a valuable contribution to society.

For Rivers of the World, students worked with artist Shona Watt to create artwork relating to the River Thames through the theme Working River. They were paired with Fatima Al Zahra Secondary School in Palestine.