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School Uniform


School Uniform

 

All children are expected to wear the school uniform to school each day.  Each article of clothing should be clearly named, preferably with name-tapes.  The items below marked with a * are available from the school outfitters, Phillips Man’s Shop

 

Girl’s Uniform                                       Boy’s Uniform

Grey tunic, skirt or trousers                  Grey shorts or trousers

White blouse                                         White polo shirt or white shirt

School sweatshirt*                                 School sweatshirt*            

Royal blue cardigan                               Grey socks

White or grey socks                          

Summer dress-blue and white gingham*

Grey shorts in the summer

 

All

Coat or anorak

Sensible style black or brown shoes, not trainers or boots

black, brown or navy sandals (not open-toed)

PE bag*

Royal blue shorts for PE*

White T-shirt for PE*

Plimsolls or trainers

Blue School Fleece*

Jogging trousers for PE*

Painting apron/overall (an old shirt will do)

Sunhat*

Reading book folder*

 

* Available from Phillips Man’s Shop, Cranbrook …Optional

For reasons of health and hygiene, trainers should not be worn as everyday footwear.  Similarly, for PE and games lessons all children must wear a change of clothes.

 

Jewellery/Valuables

Apart from a watch, jewellery must not be worn in school, as it can present a danger.  For pierced ears, only studs with a short pin may be worn.  These must either be removed for PE or covered with Micropore tape, which the child must do themselves.

Should it be necessary for a child to bring money into school, it should be in a named purse and given to the teacher.  Valuable items and toys should not be brought to school as the school cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage to them.

Shoulder-length or longer hair must be tied back to help prevent the spread of head-lice.