At Clanfield Church of England Primary School we believe that wearing a school uniform gives pupils a sense of pride and belonging within the school community.
What a child wears to school reflects his/her learning. It also portrays the school’s ethos and shared positive values. We have a smart but simple gender neutral uniform that we encourage all pupils to wear. All items of uniform should be clearly named please. Jewellery must not be worn for reasons of safety. If your child has pierced ears only the smallest of studs should be worn to school.
All pupils are encouraged to wear their uniform at all times including on education visits or trips. We feel that it motivates a sense of pride and unity and avoids them from becoming competitive about what they are wearing. Although we would prefer our pupils to have a sweatshirt with the school logo on we understand that these are more expensive and you may choose to buy a plain version from a local supermarkets school wear selection. Plain versions must be smart, the same type (e.g. a sweatshirt not a jumper) in the same colour and from a children's school wear selection.
Please find below the schools’ uniform policy.