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School Uniform

The school governors require that all children come to school in uniform and we appreciate your support in maintaining standards. 

 

School uniform can be purchased directly from the school office and also direct with our supplier via the following link: http://www.brigade.uk.com/direct/index.php?pdPage=login

       
 

Boys

 

  • Royal blue sweatshirt or jumper
  • White/light blue shirt or polo shirt
  • Grey/black trousers
  • Sensible black shoes / black trainers

 

 

 

Girls

 

  • Royal blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan
  • White blouse or white/light blue polo shirt
  • Grey/black skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
  • Sensible black shoes / black trainers
  • Blue/white gingham summer dress

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Royal blue fleeces with the school logo may also be worn.

 

PE Kits

Indoor                                                                   Outdoor

Plain blue or white tee-shirt                  Jogging bottoms

Black/blue shorts                                    Sweat shirt (not one worn in school during the day)Pumps                                                       Trainers (which are different to those worn daily)

 

School sweatshirts, cardigans and fleeces are available to order from the school office.  Please label all clothing worn to school. 

 

Swimming

 

Long hair must be tied back.  Girls must wear a one-piece swim suit and boys must wear suitable swimming trunks/shorts.  Long, baggy shorts are not permitted. 

 

Jewellery

 

Children with pierced ears may wear studs (or very small sleepers) only.  Watches have to be removed for PE and are the wearer’s responsibility. Watches or ear-rings must not be worn the day the class goes swimming.   No other jewellery is allowed.

 

Nail varnish / makeup / tattoos

 

Children will be asked to remove any nail varnish, makeup or tattoos as they are not allowed in school.

 

Shoes

 

Shoes must be black in colour and appropriate for a normal day at school.  Children like to run around at break-times and therefore high heels or open sandals are not suitable as accidents can occur more easily.

 

Hair

 

Whilst at school, it is essential that long hair is tied back for safety and hygiene reasons.  We ask parents to ensure that their child has a hairstyle that is suitable for a working environment.  Extreme hairstyles, such as outlandish colours or cuts, for boys or girls, are not suitable for school.  If you are unsure, please seek advice from the Headteacher first.

 

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