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Uniform

The wearing of school uniform is encouraged for a number of reasons:

  • a uniform is smart and encourages a sense of identity
  • it prevents undesirable 'fashion competitions' between pupils
  • it prevents the perpetual battle about what to wear each morning.

School Uniform Options

 

Girls Winter

Grey skirt/pinafore/trousers

White shirt/polo shirt

School tie (optional)

Scarlet sweatshirt/ cardigan

Girls Summer

Scarlet check / striped dress

Scarlet sweatshirt/cardigan

Boys Winter

Grey shorts/trousers

White shirt/polo shirt

Scarlet sweatshirt/jumper

School tie (optional)

Boys Summer

Grey shorts/trousers

White shirt/polo shirt

Scarlet sweatshirt/jumper

PE

PE T Shirt (red- Rudge, yellow - Nurton, blue - Patshull,

Scarlet shorts, pumps (jogging bottoms or leggings for winter)

 

PE kits should be kept in a drawstring bag in school every day during term time. Children should also have a book bag and a water bottle (latter is available from school office).

Uniform items with logos can be purchased from Bradsports in Bilbrook (link below). They also supply a wide range of optional items such as the school tie, winter jackets, rucksacks as well as book bags, sweatshirts and PE T shirts.

ALL ARTICLES OF CLOTHING MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD'S NAME

Jewellery and Watches

 

The wearing of jewellery (rings, bracelets, necklaces, brooches, clip-on earrings etc) in school is not allowed.  Watches may be worn, but audible alarms should be switched off.  Watches must be removed for swimming and P.E. lessons and other physical activities.
Children with pierced ears should remove their earrings, children who are unable to remove jewellery themselves should be discouraged from wearing it to school. Taping of jewellery can create a perception of safety and is not recommended.  Tape can often fall off and does not reduce the risk of compression injury.
Where children wear jewellery for religious or cultural purposes the school will sensitively inform parents of the safety hazards these articles present in physical education.  It must be stressed that the teacher's prime responsibility is for the safety of the pupils.  Where a decision is made to allow some types of religious jewellery then the teaching activity would be amended to ensure the safety of the child.

 

The school will not accept responsibility for any injury caused by the wearing of earrings, nor for the loss of earrings or watches.

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