This is to inform you that  the London Borough of Havering, through authority delegated to Robert Benham, the Cabinet Member for Children & Learning and in accordance with the proposals published on 24 June  2016. has approved  the implementation of the proposal to create an Additional Resourced Provision (ARP) at Clockhouse Primary School.

 For your information, please find attached,  the actual executive decision and the decision maker guidance;  which also can be viewed via this link

 Approved decision maker

Approved decision



Welcome to Clockhouse Primary School



Working and Learning together to be the best that we can be.


On behalf of the Children, Staff and Governors, welcome to the Clockhouse Primary School Website. We hope you enjoy the time you spend looking around our site, that you find the information helpful and that it gives you a taste of the happy and industrious school that we are.

Clockhouse is a large Primary School brimming with lots of character. We have 21 classes and a 90 place Nursery which means that we can accommodate up to 720 children! We aim to create a happy and stimulating environment in which pupils are encouraged to develop their character and talents in a supportive community.

Everyone at Clockhouse is immensely proud of our school. We follow a curriculum which provides the children with many exciting opportunities to learn in a meaningful context both inside and out, visit interesting places and share their learning with each other and their parents. Everyone at Clockhouse is encouraged to enjoy their learning and to achieve to the best of their ability every day that they spend with us! Every member of staff is committed to ensuring that all the children get the most from their education, providing them with a happy, well-disciplined environment where they can make the most of every learning opportunity offered to them.

Above all Clockhouse Primary is a happy and caring school where our dedicated staff team are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.


‘Behaviour is good. Pupils enjoy school and their families are confident that they are happy and feel safe.’


Ofsted February 2014


We aim to be a school where all the children are inspired to see learning as a lifelong experience, thus empowering them to make good choices in later life.


We are always eager to welcome visitors to our school and look forward to showing you around.



Jo Collard


September 2015