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SCHOOL UNIFORM

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EXPECTATIONS

The school has high expectations of its pupils’ standard of dress and appearance by adopting a school uniform that is practical for school wear and helps to establish a sense of identity between the pupils and their school.  The support given by parents in purchasing the school uniform and following our code of practice is appreciated.  Thank you.

A uniform order will be placed with our suppliers at the beginning of each month, so please be aware of this when ordering. We do keep a small supply of uniform in stock but may not always be able to provide you with your orders straight away.

EVERYDAY WEAR

*Royal blue sweatshirt with school crest

*Royal blue or white polo shirt

Grey or black trousers for boys and girls (other tracksuit trousers and leggings are not acceptable)

Grey pinafore/skirt or blue and white cotton dress

Shoes (buckled sandals can be worn in warm weather)

Trainers are not acceptable for everyday wear

Socks or tights should be plain black, blue, grey or white.

 

The school also encourages the use of the following items:

*Book bag

*Plimsoll bag

For health and safety reasons and to reduce the spread of head lice, all pupils (boys and girls) with hair of shoulder length (or longer) should wear it tied back at all times.

*These items can be purchased from the school. Click on the document below to download an order form. Copies can be also obtained from school. The PTA also has a selection of good second-hand items of uniform at reasonable prices. These can be ordered from the PTA via their own order form (also below); orders in Monday will be ready for collection on Friday.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

*Blue T-shirt with school logo

*Blue Shorts

Socks

Plimsolls/trainers

From Easter until October:

Swimming costume

Towel

*Swimming hat

Children may need a tracksuit top and/or bottoms for colder weather; a school sweatshirt will suffice. Football boots will only be needed for after school clubs and team activities.

JEWELLERY

All forms of jewellery present a risk to the child’s health and safety at school and is therefore not encouraged.  Also, jewellery lost, damaged or broken at school causes upset and problems. As children move into Key Stage 2 parents may purchase a watch for their child which may be worn to school if it is practical, reasonably priced and is the pupil’s responsibility. Teachers will look after a watch during Physical Education lessons and after school clubs.

We would respectfully remind parents that body piercing, except pierced ears, is not considered appropriate and is strongly discouraged. Where ears are pierced, studs may be worn to school and no other form of earrings. Studs must be covered with surgical tape for Physical Education activities, including swimming. The wearing of tattoos is not considered acceptable.