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Clapham Manor Primary School Prospectus


School Dress Code The school colours are navy blue and white. Items marked with * are available from the school office. Please ask (in the school office) for a price list. School Uniform: White or navy blouse, t-shirt or polo shirt * School sweatshirt* or plain navy cardigan, jumper or sweatshirt Plain navy pinafore dress or skirt Blue gingham dress Plain navy tracksuit bottoms or trousers White or navy socks or tights Shalwar Kameez in school colours Plain black, flat, sensible shoes (no fashion trainers, logos, flashing lights, patent leather, ballet pumps or boots). For early years we advise you to buy shoes with Velcro fastening. For safety reasons we advise girls’ shoes to have straps to keep them on the foot, e.g. ‘Mary Jane’ shoes. Black plimsolls are acceptable PE Kit: White or navy plain t-shirt or top Navy tracksuit bottoms Training shoes or plimsolls Hair and accessories: Hair bands and beads must be kept to a minimum and in school colours only. No beads should hang down in the eyes or cover eyes. Hair extensions, hair pieces and wigs are not allowed unless the school is provided with a medical reason from a doctor For safety reasons, the only earrings allowed are small gold or silver plain sleepers and small studs (no diamonds). Logo patterns in hair are not permitted. Not allowed: Jeans or denim of any kind )e.g. denim skirts) Football strip Clothes with logos or brand names Baseball caps Fashion trainers Lost Property Most lost property is usually found and is put on the coat racks near the Bottom Hall. Please check your child’s coat rack first. Please label all belongings. 25 Clapham Manor Primary School

The Children’s Centre Clapham Manor Children’s Centre first opened in June 2006 and since then has developed greatly. We work in partnership with Heathbrook Children’s Centre to support our local community. Both Centres are rated ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED. The Children’s Centres core purpose is to support families with children aged 0-5 living in our community. We prepare children for school by supporting parents to understand their role as their child’s first teacher. Our team work with families to develop children’s language, play and social skills. Our aim to help develop children’s listening and attention, levels of concentration and play experiences. We are committed to supporting families that have children with Special Educational Needs and Disability through our early years SENDCo. Family support is provided through the Outreach Team, We are always on hand to offer support and advice on various of subjects, including welfare benefit entitlement, housing, Nursery transition and education. We also run regular parenting programmes and work closely with schools to ensure that we are able to offer support to those families most in need. Employment, training and back to work support is delivered in partnership with our family and adult learning providers. Courses are numerous and varied ranging from courses to support child development, practical parenting and work. Health and wellbeing support is available in the centre through our close working links with NHS practitioners, including Health Visitors, Nutritionists, Counsellors and Midwives. Our ethos is “Support the family to support the child”. Clapham Manor Primary School 26

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