|All pupils are expected to wear school uniform and your help is essential if this is to be achieved. All school uniform and PE Kit should be clearly labelled with your child’s name. The clothing we ask your child to wear is as follows:
Grey Trousers. White shirt or polo shirt. Maroon jumper, cardigan or fleece. In early autumn and summer the boys may wear grey shorts.
Grey Skirt or grey pinafore dress. White blouse or polo shirt. Maroon cardigan, jumper or fleece. In early autumn and summer a red gingham check dress may be worn. In winter grey trousers may be worn.
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Fleeces, cardigans, jumpers, polo shirts and reversible fleeces all marked with school logo are available at Hargreaves, Aspen House, Airport Services Road, PO3 5RA. Tel: 023 9282 2436
Shoes- Suitable school uniform shoes are black shoes or black trainers and must be practical for school use (no open toes,high heels or sling backs).
All clothing should be marked with your child’s name. We encourage children to wear uniform to school, thereby reflecting the pride they have in their school.
Hairstyles, Jewellery and Makeup
Children should come to school with a sensible hairstyle. Extreme hairstyles are not acceptable in school (e.g. Mohawks, shaved styles with patterns cut into the hair).The only jewellery allowed in school is a watch and a small pair of studs or sleepers. Also, nail varnish is not to be worn.
PE and Sports Sessions
To comply with Health and Safety regulations children are expected to change into the correct kit for PE. All children require either, Burgundy/Black shorts and a White T-Shirt, as well as PE shoes. In cold weather, black tracksuit bottoms/ leggings may be worn. All PE kits should be clearly marked and stored in a drawstring PE bag. (Please note plimsolls or bare feet are acceptable for PE in the Hall, for outdoor PE, trainers should be worn). A parent’s note is required for exemption from PE.
Due to the shortage of coat room space, it would be very helpful if your child could bring their belongings to school in a Meon bookbag (available form Hargreaves) as opposed to a large rucksack. These can then be stored in a box in the classroom.