School Uniform Requirements
School uniform may be purchased from many suppliers eg: Marks & Spencers, Rawcliffes at Oakwood, major supermarket chains and some local shops. A school logo on a jumper or any other item of clothing is not essential.
Please visit Your School Uniform at www.yourschooluniform.com or Rawcliffe's at Oakwood for our school uniform with logo's on.
School Uniform must be worn at all times. Children should not wear jewellery whilst in school. However, if your child has pierced ears they may wear small studs but these must be removed for P.E lessons. Nail varnish is not allowed.
GIRLS STANDARD UNIFORM
- Mid-grey skirt, mid grey tailored trousers, shorts/culottes (pale grey and black trousers are not acceptable)
- Pale blue shirt (short sleeved for Foundation Stage)
- School tie available from school on http://www.schoolmoney.co.uk price £4.00
- Plain (or with the school logo) royal blue v neck jumper or royal blue v neck cardigan
- Plain white ankle socks or knee length socks in white, navy blue or grey or full length woollen tights in black, navy blue or grey.
- Mid grey tailored trousers/shorts
- Summer Uniform – as above or royal blue and white checked dress following the Easter Holiday to the start of October
- Black shoes to be worn – no trainers
- In summer sandals are allowed but no trainers
BOYS STANDARD UNIFORM
- Mid-grey trousers, long or short (pale grey and black trousers are not acceptable) – Long grey/navy blue socks if wearing shorts in winter.
- Pale blue shirt (short sleeved shirts for Foundation Stage)
- School tie available from http://www.schoolmoney.co.uk price £4.00
- Plain (or with the school logo) v neck jumper
- Black shoes to be worn – no trainers
Children with long hair need it tied back. When hair is short no ‘etching’ is acceptable in school time. Large hair accessories are not permitted.
Please routinely check your child’s hair for head lice.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION KIT (Foundation Stage & KS1 Classes)
On PE days children must arrive to school wearing their PE kit. Royal blue shorts and white T-shirt or, for girls, a Royal blue leotard, black trainers. Your child will also need an outdoor kit, any colour tracksuit (preferably Royal Blue) or leggings.
All clothing and personal belongings must be clearly marked with the child's name.
ASSISTANCE WITH SCHOOL UNIFORM
We often have donated school uniform in the school office, please ask, we might have what you need! #recycle. Parents also run a uniform exchange on Facebook, details can be provided by the school office.
Assistance with school uniform costs will be given to parents whose children are currently in receipt of eligibility based Free School Meals (not universal Free School Meals for children in reception, year 1 and year 2). This will be evidenced by the eligibility records provided by the local authority.
Assistance will be advertised to parents via school newsletters and the school website and parents will be expected to make an application/enquiry to the school if they require assistance.
Assistance will normally be offered once a year and depending on what is required may be offered in the form of :
- Some new items of uniform provided by a suitable retailer
- Some items of good quality second hand uniform provided by the school
- Where other items are needed (eg shoes or coats) arrangements will be made to purchase these - usually by a voucher for a particular shop.
In exceptional circumstances assistance may be given more than once a year and this will be at the discretion of the Headteacher.
The value of these items will not exceed £50 per year and the funding of any items will come from the Pupil Premium income.
If assistance is not provided there is a right of appeal to the Headteacher and/or the Chair of Governors.
This policy will be reviewed yearly in April.