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School Uniform

 

Our “school uniform” engenders a feeling of belonging and corporate identity.

 

We do ask that the children are smartly and appropriately dressed for each school day.

 

Boys:  Grey trousers/shorts

                   White shirt/polo shirt (short sleeved, sports type with a placket fastening and soft collar)

                   Royal blue/red sweatshirt*/jumper.

 

Girls:  Grey skirt/pinafore dress/trousers

                   White blouse/polo shirt

Red and white or blue and white summer dress

                   Red/blue cardigan*/jumper/sweatshirt*

 

Sweatshirts and cardigans, fleeces and shower proof coats in red or royal blue and PE bags with full summer kit with the school’s logo can be purchased from the school office.  The school holds a small stock and places orders at intervals throughout the year. Please note that fleeces are not intended for wearing in the classrooms as they are much too hot.  Bags to carry reading books, packed lunch boxes, water bottles etc. are also stocked.

Shoes need to be able to withstand the rigours of school life no trainers please.   High heels or “jelly” type shoes are not suitable for safety reasons.  In wet or snowy weather we recommend wearing wellies and changing in to shoes on arrival.  Children with wet shoes must change into plimsolls.  Boots are not suitable for wearing in school.

 

Summer P.E. Kit

A P.E. kit of Black shorts, a blue t-shirt with the school logo and a pair of plimsolls, stored in a P.E. bag, must be available at school every day.

 

Winter P.E. Kit

Warm Joggers a zip up sweatshirt or hoodie and trainers must be available every day as P.E. may still be outside on the field or playground

 

Please ensure that all school clothing is clearly marked with your child’s name including P.E. Kits and all footwear.

 

Jewellery

Children should not wear jewellery in school, the only exception being those children who have pierced ears.

For reasons of Health and Safety, children who have pierced ears should only wear stud type earrings.   Earrings must be removed for P.E.   If children are not able to remove and replace earrings independently, they should not wear earrings to school on P.E. days.

Children should not bring personal effects (except playtime equipment) e.g. pencil cases, stickers, toys, etc. to school. No hand held ICT devices are permitted to be brought into school from home i.e. mobile phones, smart phones, iPods etc.

 

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