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"A happy and caring school"

Clarendon Road Primary School

Uniform

We feel that uniform instills pride, a sense of identity and support for the ethos of Clarendon Road Primary School as well as providing good value for money for parents. The children always look smart and ready to learn thanks to your support with this. Uniform is available from:

McLellan Clothing
94-96 Moorside Road, M27 0HJ.
Just off the East Lancs Road.
0161 794 1169

and

Tesco.com/ues

School will receive commission from McLellan's and a small donation from Tesco. Thank You

Compulsory School Uniform

Winter Uniform

(September to Easter holidays)

  • Royal blue polo shirt
  • Royal blue sweatshirt / royal blue fleece
  • Grey trousers / skirt / pinafore
  • Black shoes (not trainers / flat shoes)
  • White/grey socks / tights

Summer Uniform

(April to July)

The following may be worn as an alternative to the above uniform:

  • Royal blue/white checked dress
  • Grey Shorts

P.E. Kit

  • Royal Blue T-Shirt
  • Navy Blue Shorts
  • Pumps (Plain black or black trainers are acceptable for year 3-6)

Jewellery

Jewellery is not allowed in school with the following exceptions:

  • Watches
  • Stud earrings

Children need to remove earrings for all P.E. lessons. If earrings cannot be removed for any reason, parents should supply plasters to cover them

Lost Items

Our lost property box contains some very expensive items that are not named and are never claimed. Please think very carefully about sending your child to school with school shoes or trainers for playtime that cost, in some cases £100 plus. We try our hardest to ensure that items are kept safe but cannot be held responsible for any personal property brought on to the school premises, which is subsequently lost or stolen. These are brought to the school entirely at your own risk.

Children do not need mobile phones when they are in school. Should there be a family emergency or special circumstance where your child needs to have a mobile phone after school this can be arranged with agreement of the headteacher. The school cannot be held responsible for them.