The Southampton star was joined by England Women’s star Fran Kirby to distribute a free full team kit at Allen Edward Primary School in Stockwell, south London.
Clyne, who began his career as a teenager with Crystal Palace, then took part in a sports session and Q&A with the pupils, revealing the story of his journey from playing football in the playground to taking part in matches on the world stage.
And the 23-year-old admits he was delighted to play a part in rewarding the pupils at the place where it all began for him.
"The Premier League Players’ Kit Scheme is a great initiative," he said
"I’m proud to be able to revisit my primary school as a top-flight player and give something back to those who helped support and encourage my progression as both a student and as a football player.
"I hope the donation of these football kits will help inspire children nationwide to play sport, get active and maintain a healthy lifestyle."
The scheme is now in its fourth year and sees players from each of the 20 Premier League clubs donate kits to schools across the country.
To date the Premier League, alongside its official partner, Nike, have provided 48,825 individual kits to junior teams both via the online national application system and through individual player nominations.
Any school and district teams can apply online via this link to also be in with a chance of receiving a free full team kit by clicking here.
Both Clyne and Kirby will be in England action in the coming weeks too, with Roy Hodgson's side facing Lithuania and Italy this month and the Women's squad in action against China in Manchester in April.