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School Uniform

 

The governors have set a formal school uniform and we expect children to wear schools colours of bottle green and grey/black.

 

School clothing is:

 

Bottle green sweatshirt / jumper or cardigan
White polo shirt / shirt
Grey skirt, grey pinafore, grey trousers
Green and white dress / playsuit or grey shorts for summer
White/ grey or bottle green socks / tights
Flat heeled black shoes, without markings or logos.

 

Appropriate clothing for Physical Education is as follows:


Plain white tee‐shirt and plain grey/black shorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms
Socks and pumps with elastic or Velcro (laced pumps are acceptable only if children can tie laces)
Tights must be removed for health & safety reasons
Trainers may be worn for outdoor games
Swimming costume/trunks, a towel and a swimming cap/bobble for tying back hair will be required for swimming lessons. Goggles may be worn.

Any pupil who does not bring their P.E. kit to school, or does not bring the correct P.E. kit to school, will be given kit from the school stock for the lesson. 

 

Clothing showing the school logo is recommended.

Please ensure that every individual item of clothing and footwear is labelled with your child’s name so that lost items can be returned promptly.

 

Headscarves/hijabs

 

Any child wishing to wear a headscarf for religious reasons should wear a dark green, dark grey or black headscarf only.

Hijabs must be removed for P.E., or a specialist sports hijab worn.

 

Jewellery/Accessories (Rules here also apply on non-uniform days)

 

Earrings: one pair of discrete earrings may be worn (small plain studs only – no hoops, creoles or hanging earrings). Any pupil wearing pierced earrings must be able to remove them for P.E. and replace them themselves.   

Necklaces, chains and bracelets should not be worn, unless worn specifically because of religious obligation.

Bracelets worn for religious obligation: one only please, large enough to be removed for all P.E. lessons.

Rings should not be worn.

Hair accessories: bobbles or hair bands should be green, white or black.  No other hair accessories should be worn.

Pupils may wear a wrist watch.

 

We ask parents not to send their children into school wearing:

  • Unsuitable shoes (open-toed, heeled)
  • Branded clothing or shoes
  • Make-up or nail varnish
  • Fake tattoos or transfers
  • Jewellery, except in specific cases as stated above.

 

School bags and equipment

 

P.E. kit should be brought to school in a separate bag labelled with your child’s name and class.

Packed lunches should be brought to school in a lunch bag/box labelled with your child’s name.

Reading books, homework and school planners should be brought to and from school in a weatherproof bag.

Stationery is provided by the school and does not need to be brought in from home.