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School Uniform

School Uniform

The school dress code is based on the royal blue sweatshirts provided through the School Association.  An order form showing the full range of items is available from the office.

 

TOPS

Sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan in royal blue with school logo, shirt, blouse, tee-shirt, polo shirt in royal blue/white

Dresses

Plain royal blue or blue/white stripes/checks 

BOTTOMS

Trousers, shorts, skirts, jogging bottoms, leggings in royal blue, navy, black or grey.  No denim jeans.

footwear

Flat shoes (with back or heel retaining strap), trainers, daps/plimsolls. Not plastic 'jelly' shoes as these tend to have slippery soles.

 

In the summer children are encouraged to wear hats at playtimes to minimise the damaging effects of the sun. We do not allow skimpy clothing or crop tops even when it is very hot. T-shirts with inappropriate slogans are also strongly discouraged.

PLEASE ENSURE ALL UNIFORM IS NAMED; WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT LOST CLOTHING WILL BE RETURNED TO YOUR CHILD IF IT IS NOT APPROPRIATELY NAMED.   AS YOU CAN IMAGINE, WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF SWEATSHIRTS THAT ALL LOOK THE SAME AND WITH NO NAME ON THE LABEL, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO RETURN THEM TO THEIR RIGHTFUL OWNER!

PE/Games Kit

Children are expected to have the appropriate kit for PE/Games. Boys need black shorts and a white, blue or navy top, and girls should have black shorts and a white, blue or navy top or a blue leotard.  All classes do outdoor PE and will need suitable warm clothing during the winter months. Children will need daps or trainers for indoor PE as well as for outside activities.  Children need a bag in which to keep their named kit. 

 

Children are not permitted to wear jewellery during PE/Games for safety reasons, and the school cannot accept responsibility for such items if they are brought to school. Small studs are permitted but you should realise that even these present some risk to children.  Children may only be excused from PE lessons because of temporary illness or injury, in which case a note should be sent to the class teacher explaining the reason and duration of the exclusion. Written medical evidence is required if a child is to be excused on a long-term basis.  The same applies to swimming at Key Stage 2 which is part of the National Curriculum.

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