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School Uniform

We have made sure that all of our basic unbranded uniform items can be purchased from local supermarkets including Asda, Sainsbury's and Tesco.  Branded  items with the school logo are optional, they include; jumpers, cardigans and PE tops, as well as book bags and P.E bags. These should be ordered directly from Border Embroideries

 

Compulsory Uniform 

Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 wear a royal blue sweatshirt, with a white polo shirt and grey trousers or skirt.

Nursery pupils wear a red sweatshirt, with a white polo shirt and grey trousers or skirt.

Grey shorts and summer dresses are permitted in Summer. 

Black leggings and cycling shorts are not part of our uniform policy. 

Footwear

Children are to wear black flat shoes. If trainers are worn these must be black without excessive logos.  A pair of wellies should be provided for every child to keep in school to enable them to access all areas of the school grounds in all weathers.

Compulsory PE kit 

A pair of plimsolls (slip-ons if possible) blue or black shorts with a white school P.E. t-shirt and a shoe bag in which these items are kept.

Trainers may be worn for games lessons if they are different from the shoes your child came to school in. In many indoor lessons, children who do not have plimsolls will do P.E. in bare feet. In gymnastics lessons, all children will do P.E. in bare feet.

Additional clothing (e.g. a sweat shirt for outdoor P.E.) may occasionally be requested in advance by the class teacher.

 

Jewellery

Children are encouraged not to bring expensive watches to school. Smart watches are not permitted. 

 

Following the guidance from the Local Authority, earrings should not be worn as they could prove dangerous in P.E., games or during play. Other jewellery is not allowed for safety reasons.

 

Hair and makeup 

Hairstyle and colour should be suitable for school and not extreme. Suitability will be at the discretion of the school. Makeup is not permitted for students. 

 

Mobile Phones

Only children who walk to school in Year 5 and 6 are permitted to bring a phone. If a parent requests that their child should carry a mobile phone to and from school then during the day it must be handed to the class teacher. Please see the mobile phone letter for parents.                 

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