Claverdon Primary School

Uniform & Property

Children who are smartly dressed in their school uniform really make a difference to the image of the school and we look forward to your co-operation in maintaining this standard.  We ask you to equip your child with flat, sensible and waterproof shoes, which should be black in colour.  Trainers are not recommended for all day wear on grounds of health and hygiene.

Please clearly mark your child's clothing with his/her name

Uniform

Trousers - Grey (short or long)

Skirt/Pinafore - Grey

Shirt/Blouse - Blue/White

Polo Shirts - Royal Blue/White

Sweatshirt - Royal Blue

Cardigan (knitted/sweat) - Royal Blue

Summer Dresses - Light Blue Check/Stripe

Shoes - Must be Black (No open-toed sandals or trainers)

Optional:

Fleece - Royal Blue

Reversible Jacket - Royal Blue

Cap - Royal Blue

Book bag - Royal Blue   

 P.E.

T-Shirt - Royal Blue/White

Shorts - Plain Dark Blue

Tracksuit Bottoms - Navy

Hooded Sweatshirt - Royal Blue

Pumps - those without laces are best for young children.  Trainers are not suitable for indoor PE for safety reasons

Football Boots/Trainers - Spring and Winter Terms

Tracksuits/Sweatshirts or jumpers may be worn over outdoor kit in cold weather (plain dark blue, grey or black)

A named pump bag should be provided for PE kit.

Uniform Supply

Items in italics are available in school colour with school logo. We are gradually moving our source of official school uniform to an online ordering service as we run out of stock in school. To place an order, please visit the supplier website at http://www.orchardclothing.co.uk/schools/ClaverdonPrimaryCv35/

To place an order you will first need to register/log in. You can choose home delivery for a small P&P charge or free monthly bulk delivery to school for you to collect.

Personal Property

Children should not bring valuable items to school as we cannot take any responsibility for loss or damage.  We do not encourage children to have money in school. Any money which a child needs to have in school should be handed to the class teachers at registration time. 

All property brought to school, including clothing, should be marked with the child's name to assist in establishing ownership. 

Jewellery of any kind can be a hazard to children at play and therefore should not be worn.  Earrings are especially dangerous and children with pierced ears may only wear plain studs.  This reduces the risk of accident or injury to the wearer and to other pupils.