School uniform identifies the children as pupils of this school and fosters pride in the school. Wearing uniform ensures children are not competing with each other to wear the latest fashion and putting parents and other children under pressure to conform. Children are expected to comply with the uniform requirements.
Grey or black skirts/ trousers. Skirts must be knee length White or light blue blouse or polo shirt Navy sweatshirt or cardigan, preferably with school logo Blue and white checked or striped dresses for summer Navy blue fleece, preferably with school logo (optional) Navy or grey tights
Grey or black trousers, but not black jeans. White or light blue shirt or polo shirt Navy sweatshirt, preferably with the school logo, or jumper Navy blue fleece, preferably with school logo (optional)
MUST BE PLAIN, BLACK, FLAT SOLED (NOT WEDGE HEELED). Children in Lovell and Charterville classes need a change of footwear to change into when they go out to play or for outdoor games activities. Shoes should not have raised heels, open toes or sling-backs. Sandals may be worn as long as they are safe to run around in. Flip flops may not be worn. In the winter months, sensible, plain boots may be worn. All shoes should give good all round protection to the feet. These are important Health and Safety requirements.
PE Navy shorts White T-shirt Drawstring bag, clearly marked with name, for kit. In accordance with County guidelines, children have bare feet when they take part in P.E. in the school hall.
Children in all classes need track-suits or similar warm clothing during the winter months.
All children need trainers for outdoor games. Please ensure that infant children have trainers with velcro fasteners.
An overall (an old shirt with elasticated cuffs and elastic across the top button is ideal - the shirt is worn back to front).
Swimming trunks must be worn by boys for swimming lessons. Swimming shorts are not allowed by the pool staff. Parents must request a permission form, if a child needs to wear goggles. The pool staff have the final say on whether a child may wear goggles.
Make-up and hair dye is not permitted.
The wearing of jewellery, other than wrist watches and stud earrings, is not permitted. It is a County Health and Safety regulation that stud earrings are removed for PE and swimming. If children cannot remove and replace earrings themselves they should not be wearing them to school. Staff are not allowed to handle earrings for Health and Safety reasons.
There is a “Lost Property” box outside Charterville Class where parents may look for mislaid garments etc.
All clothing should be clearly marked with the child's name