School Uniform

 

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Please click on one of the logos below to view the uniform choices offered by our four uniform providers.

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Book bags (£5.00) and PE bags (£3.50) with the school logo on can be bought from the school office.

Your child will know which days they need their PE kit. Please ensure that they bring their kit into school on the correct days. No jewellery can be worn for any PE lesson, this includes any earrings. This is for your child’s safety.

Year 3 children go swimming every week at Gayton Pool. For swimming lessons they need a towel and hat; goggles are optional. Boys also need trunks or swimming shorts that do not cover the knee and girls need an all in one swimming costume or a tankini.

 

Please Make Sure That Everything is Named!

Grey or black knee length skirt, knee length pinafore dress or blue summer dress 

Grey or black trousers or shorts

Plain white polo shirt

Navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan

Black shoes, preferably trainers for doing the Daily Mile (shoes must be flat)

Black, grey or white socks or tights

Black or grey leggings may be worn under knee-length skirts, but not as an alternative to trousers

 

PE Kit

PE kit should be worn to school on PE days.

Navy blue tracksuit or shorts

Shorts must be worn for Gymnastics (girls may wear leggings for cultural reasons)

Plain white t-shirt (no logos)

 

Headwear

Religious or cultural headwear may be worn in black, navy blue or white.

We ask parents to consider the practicalities of styles when purchasing uniform e.g. short, tight skirts are not practical for sitting on the carpet; thin pump-style shoes are not suitable for damp playgrounds when it has rained; knee-length boots are too hot to sit in all day when the heating is on.

Jewellery

Small plain stud earrings, inexpensive watches and religious bangles may be worn to school, but must be removed for PE and swimming lessons.

Other school equipment

Your child does not need any equipment for school as all pencils, pens, rulers etc are provided. However many children like to bring their own equipment to school and this helps them develop skills such as looking after and organising their own property.

If your child wishes, they may bring a small pencil case to school. Please do not bring large pencil cases as they take up too much room on the desk and in their tray, and may prevent productive work taking place.

We do not allow toys or electrical items in school. If a child needs to contact anyone urgently, they can request to use the school phone. Similarly, we will pass any messages from you on to them. If a mobile phone is brought to school, parents must complete a permission form. Phones will be kept by the class teacher securely in class during the day.

 

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