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School Uniform is an important part of school life and gives each child a sense of pride and belonging. We rely on parents to make every effort to ensure that your child attends school suitably dressed for all activities, both in and out of the school buildings. The school uniform can be purchased from the National Schoolwear Centre in Poole High Street , via their website or now through Tescos. 

     

We also sell good quality, second hand uniform in the school playground once a term. Dates will be published in the school newsletter. 

 

Boys             

Autumn/                                 Black trousers; these should be made of conventional

Spring terms                           school uniform material. Denim and corduroy are not acceptable. (In                                                                 Reception children are allowed to wear plain black jogging bottoms).

                                               Jade green polo shirt

                                               Black sweatshirt with school logo – No other black sweatshirts are acceptable.

                                               Black/ Dark Coloured  plain socks.

 

Summer term                        Jade green polo shirt

                                              Black shorts or trousers

 

PE/Games                              White Polo Shirt
                                              Black shorts

                                              Black tracksuit and shorts

                                              Indoor black plimsolls

                                              Outdoor trainers or football boots and black football socks

 

From September 2012 it is optional to wear a plain white polo shirt instead of house

colours. From September 2013 a white polo shirt must be worn.      

 

Girls              

Autumn/                               Black skirt or pinafore dress

Spring terms                        Jade green polo shirt

                                             Black sweatshirt with school logo – No other black sweatshirts are acceptable.

                                             Thick black tights or plain white socks

                                             Smart, tailored black trousers may be worn all year. We recommend the types                                                   and styles as sold in school uniform shops – other types/styles may not be                                                         suitable – please check with the school before you buy.

 

Summer term                      Jade green polo shirt

                                            Black skirt or green check summer dress           

 

PE/Games                           White Polo Shirt
                                           Black shorts or black leotard
                                           Black tracksuit and shorts

                                           Indoor black plimsolls

                                           Outdoor trainers or football boots and black football socks

 

From September 2013 a white polo shirt must be worn.

                       

Footwear

Sensible, low-heeled shoes are required so children can move safely around the school. Strappy sandals are not allowed.

 

Plain black trainers are acceptable. No other trainers are acceptable during lesson times.

 

Jewellery

In the interest of safety, only plain stud earrings may be worn; one earring per ear maximum which must be removed during Games/PE lessons for safety reasons. Therefore can new piercings please take place during the summer holidays. No other jewellery should be worn.

 

The school cannot accept responsibility for valuables such as watches and would prefer them not to be worn. 

 

Mobile phones

Mobile phones must always be clearly named and handed into the school office on arrival at school and collected at the end of the day. Mobile Phones found in school will be confiscated and returned at the end of the week.

 

Hair

We believe that extreme hairstyles or over-elaborate hair accessories do not support the ethos of the school and ask that parents avoid allowing extreme fashion styles during term time.

 

Labelling

With so many identical items of clothing in school it is essential that your child’s clothes and belongings are all clearly labelled.


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