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School Uniform

Riverside Education Support Centre and Riverside Primary School share the same uniform. Students who attend Riverside ESC are expected to wear the uniform in accordance with the School Dress Code Policy.

The uniform is available for purchase from Hot Klobba Clothing, 104 Park Road, Mandurah. Order online or drop in to the shop. For parents and carers unable to visiti Hot Klobba, see the offer of assistance below from the P&C.

HOT KLOBBA OPENING HOURS

Mon to Fri 8.30am to 5.00pm
Thurs 8.30am to 7.00pm
Sat 8:30am to 3:00pm

Website: www.hippocketworkwear.com.au/mandurah 

P&C Uniform Service to the School Community

If you cannot get to Hot Klobba and/or do not have access to the internet, drop into the school office to pick up a Uniform Order Form. Your order plus correct money or completed credit card details can be dropped into the P&C box in the primary school office. Orders will be collected on Thursdays and will be delivered to the classroom the first school day of the following week, where possible.

The Order Form can be downloaded to facilitate ordering through the school.

The P&C relinquished control of uniform supplies to Hot Klobba in April 2018. The P&C will continue to supply the student graduation polo shirts and graduation bears.

 

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