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School Uniform

 

We actively encourage the wearing of uniform and ask that parents label all clothes with their child's name.  Uniform which bears the school crest can be obtained from Early Years in Shirley.  Other retailers will stock the plain maroon.  Winter uniform is worn between the October half term and the Easter break, with the wearing of summer uniform between Easter and October, if the weather is appropriate.

 

Nursery Uniform

 

Children in the Nursery are asked to wear a plain white short-sleeved polo shirt and a Maroon V-necked jumper or cardigan, plain or with school crest, or a sweatshirt with school crest.

 

Reception to Year 6 Uniform

 

Boys

Winter uniform

Grey long trousers - short trousers optional

White long sleeved shirt – short sleeved shirt optional

School tie (elasticated for younger pupils, if necessary)

Maroon V-necked pullover, plain or with school crest or sweatshirt with school crest

Grey socks

Black sensible shoes (trainers not permitted).  Wellington boots may be worn to school but must be changed before entering class.

Plain / neutral colour outdoor coat with absence of advertising

 

Summer uniform

Grey short trousers – long trousers optional

White short sleeved shirt and tie

OR

White short sleeved polo shirt worn with collar, plain or with school crest

Grey socks

Black sensible shoes (not open-toed)

 

Indoor P.E. Kit

Maroon P.E. shorts

White polo shirt, plain or with school crest

Black pumps

White socks

P.E. kit should be kept in a named pump bag

 

Outdoor P.E. Kit

In addition to the indoor kit, children from Year 3 upwards also require:

Sweatshirt with school crest

Tracksuit bottoms (plain burgundy or black)

Trainers – suitable for outdoor work

 

Girls

Winter uniform

Grey skirt, trousers, culottes or pinafore dress

White long sleeved shirt – short sleeved shirt optional

School tie (elasticated for younger pupils, if necessary)

Maroon cardigan or V-necked pullover, plain or with school crest; or sweatshirt with the school crest

Grey, black or burgundy socks or tights

Black sensible shoes (trainers not permitted).  Wellington boots may be worn to school but must be changed before entering class.

Plain / neutral colour outdoor coat with absence of advertising

 

Summer uniform

Pink and white gingham check or striped dress

OR

White short sleeved polo shirt with collar, plain or with school crest, grey culottes/ skirt/pinafore

Grey, black, white or burgundy socks or tights

Black sensible shoes (not open-toed)

 

Indoor P.E. Kit

Maroon P.E. shorts – for KS1

Maroon games skirt shorts – for KS2

White polo shirt, plain or with school crest

Black pumps

White socks

P.E. kit should be kept in a named pump bag

 

Outdoor P.E. Kit

In addition to the indoor kit, children from Year 3 upwards also require:

Sweatshirt with school crest

Tracksuit bottoms (plain burgundy or black)

Trainers – suitable for outdoor work

 

Other Items

Painting apron – or similar long sleeved protection

Children in Year 3 will require swimming kit, including: towel, swimsuit or trunks (not shorts), goggles, swim hat for long hair.

Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage should have a wet weather kit comprising of a named waterproof coat and wellies (in a separate bag).

 

Optional items

Book bag with school crest

Burgundy reversible fleece/cagoule with school crest

Baseball cap with school crest

Backpack with school crest – Key Stage 2 only

 

Shoes

It is requested that all children wear 'sensible' black shoes.  Trainers should not be worn except for outdoor games. Open-toed or sling-back sandals and fashion shoes are not suitable and may lead to accidents.  Boots and wellingtons may be worn to walk to school and these should be changed to named footwear before entering class.  Wellingtons must be pegged together using a named clothes peg.

 

Jewellery

For reasons of safety, the wearing of jewellery, including earrings, is not permitted.   Watches may be worn in class, but need to be removed for PE.

 

In the case of recently pierced ears, pupils may keep their studs in for the required six weeks, but these should be covered with tape.  We would encourage parents to have children’s ears pierced at the start of the summer holidays to avoid this situation.

 

Hair

We request that children with long hair should tie it back.  Hair slides, bands, ribbons etc should all be in school colours.  Extreme hairstyles, cut and colour are not allowed on any occasions.  Examples of extreme hair styles would include close shaved – less than a No.2 cut, or decoratively shaved.

 

Lost Property

Lost property is collected and held in a box in each key stage. At the end of each term unclaimed items are disposed of.  Please ensure that your child’s uniform, shoes, P.E. bag, shoes, coat, water bottle, lunch box etc. are all clearly named.

 

Your child would also find it useful to have a book bag (available from the school office) for home-readers, library books, homework diaries etc.

 

 

September 2017


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