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School Uniform

We encourage children to take a pride in their appearance at all times and we ask that all children come into school wearing their school uniform every day. All school uniform is available from Skoolkit in Church Street, Basingstoke. The list below details what uniform is required in school.

The official school wear is as follows:

 

Shoes

Sensible, low heeled shoes/sandals, (no boots or platforms or heels higher than 2") - trainers can be changed into for break-times only.

 

Trousers

Grey or black trousers for boys or girls, (no jeans).

 

Shorts

Grey or black shorts for boys or girls. Black peddle-pushers for girls.

 

Skirts/Dresses

Grey or black skirts/ Red gingham dresses.

 

Tops

School white polo shirts. School red sweatshirt, sweater or cardigan.

 

Hair

Hair should be suitably styled - bleached high-lights, streaks, patterned cuts or colouring are not allowed.

 

Nails

Children must not wear nail varnish or nail extensions at any time.

 

Physical Education - Inside

 

Shorts

These must be black and short in length, not knee length or lycra. The long type are unsafe when children are working on bars and poles where grip is greater with skin contact.

 

T-Shirt

Plain red or plain white.

 

Trainers (girls and boys)

Work in indoor P.E. will be done barefoot but if trainers must be worn for medical reasons they must have pliable soles, be in good condition and the right size, otherwise they can be a safety hazard on apparatus.

 

Games - Outside

As for indoor P.E. with the addition of trainers 

 

Tracksuits

Essential for outdoor games activities when the weather is colder

 

We find the best idea for P.E. is for the children to bring their kit in on a Monday, keep it in school in a small P.E. bag, for the week, and then take it home for a wash at the weekend.

 

PLEASE LABEL ALL CLOTHING - IT WILL ENABLE ITEMS TO BE RETURNED IF THEY GET LOST.

 

Jewellery

It is school policy that jewellery is discouraged and children will be asked to remove anything other than small studs and a watch. The school cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage. Children will be asked to remove studs and watches before taking part in any physical education activity. If ear are newly pierced we ask that a plaster is provided to cover the studs whilst taking part in physical activities.

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