School Uniform Policy
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What a child wears to school reflects his/her attitude to learning. All children are expected to wear school uniform.
Cardigan/Sweatshirt: Red with school logo
Blouse/Shirt: White polo shirt
Year 6 Ties: Black Clip on Tie
Rest of School: Black tie with red stripes
We know wont stocking any school uniform in our office. We have however a trusted supplier of our Uniforms. All garments offer excellent value for money and are made from hard wearing, machine washable fabrics. Along with Forrester Sports Uniform supplier, we have 2 options for our parents in which to order the school uniform.
1) Order online at www.forrestersports.co.uk
2) Order directly from school via order form (In our office)
Any further queries regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact the office!
All pupils must wear black shoes, no black trainers of any description will be accepted, and if pupils do attend school wearing trainers a phone call home will be made asking for a change of footwear.
A full range of school uniform can be seen and purchased from the main office and we ask all parents to mark uniform with the pupil’s name.
PE and Games kit
It is important for pupils to wear correct clothing for physical activities. Children require dark shorts or cycling shorts, red football socks or white sports socks, school rugby shirt or red PE t-shirt and appropriate footwear.
Please ensure haircuts do not include tramlines, logos etc. Pupils attending school with inappropriate haircuts will be sent home.
Watches are the only item of jewellery considered appropriate for school. For pupils with pierced ears studs must be worn.
Please note staff are not allowed to remove or look after jewellery for children. The safest place is at home.
We would like to also kindly add that, we understand that uniforms can be expensive. Especially on warm days children will take their jumpers and cardigans off. Please ensure that you write your child's name in their uniform. This avoids confusion for your child, and stress for yourself! We also feel it is a good idea to write your child's name on their coats, book bags and lunch box.