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Dagenham school with 2,500 pupils could be country’s biggest | BBC News

An east London school could become the biggest in the country after being asked if it can take in 2,500 pupils. Barking and Dagenham Council could ask Robert Clack School to expand to a 16-form entry system in an effort to cope with rising pupil numbers. The borough is one of 11 London councils that face big increases in demand for secondary school places.

Read more on the BBC website: Dagenham school with 2,500 pupils could be country’s biggest | BBC News

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