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St Clere's School

St Clere's School
Motto The Pursuit of Excellence
Established 1979
Type Academy
Headteacher Mrs Ashlie Hughes
Location

Butts Lane
Stanford-le-Hope
Essex
SS17 0NW
England Coordinates: 51°30′38″N 0°25′10″E / 51.51055°N 0.41943°E / 51.51055; 0.41943

DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 1005
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Houses 4
Website

St Clere's School is an academy school located on the outskirts of Stanford-le-Hope, Essex. The headteacher is Mrs A Hughes and the deputy headteacher of the school is Mr J Callender

The school is involved with the Jack Petchey Award.

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