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School Uniform

School uniform is important as it reflects a positive attitude about our school and helps to promote high standards and a good image. Children take a pride in their appearance, their school and their work, when they are in uniform and it also discourages costly competition between children in matters of fashion and clothing.

A reminder of our uniform expectations:

Boys: White shirt, jumper with school logo, black shoes (no trainers), black or grey trousers, white or black socks, clip on tie (compulsory for Year 6, optional for Year 3 to 5) Summer: Shorts (optional) No fleece except for outdoor wear.

Girls: White blouse with collar, cardigan or jumper with school logo, black shoes with low heels (no trainers or boots) black or dark grey skirt, trousers or pinafore, white or black socks, clip on tie (compulsory for Year 6, optional for Year 3 to 5). No large hair accessories – must be school coloured. Summer: pink and white striped dress (optional). No fleece except for outdoor wear

PE Kit: Black shorts, white T shirt, trainers, black/ grey or HFJS tracksuit.

Jewellery: Watches may be worn but are solely the responsibility of the child. All other jewellery such as rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings are not permitted for health and safety reasons. Children who have pierced ears may only wear studs.  

Children are expected to have their hair cut, tied up or styled in a sensible manner. Extreme hairstyles, such as those used by some celebrities, are not acceptable. No nail varnish, false nails, make up, dyed hair of any kind.

Items of clothing are frequently mislaid in school. If clothing is named, we can return it. If it does not have a name it will go into the lost property box. Occasionally clothing is taken home accidentally, by the wrong child. Please check this and if a named item does not belong to your child, please return it to school.

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Mrs Smith,
29 Jun 2017, 00:46
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