Silverstone CE Primary School. Uniform Policy

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1 Silverstone CE Primary School Aims and objectives As a school, we have very clear principles about how our school uniform can reflect our aspirations and exceptional standards. Our policy is based on the notion that a school uniform: Sets a tone for the high expectations of our school Creates uniformity and equality with all children Fosters a feeling of identity and belonging to the school Promotes pride amongst our children and a sense of feeling smart The role of Governors The local governing body supports the Headteacher in implementing the school uniform policy. It considers all representations from parents regarding this policy, and liaises with the Headteacher to ensure that the policy is implemented fairly and with sensitivity. Governors ensure that the school uniform policy helps children to dress sensibly, in clothing that is hardwearing, safe and practical. The role of Parents We expect all parents to support the school uniform policy. We believe that parents have a duty to send their children to school correctly dressed and well-presented including a suitable hair style; ready for their daily schoolwork. Parents should ensure that their child has the correct uniform, and that it is clean and in good repair. Parents are also responsible for ensuring their children come to school in a coat suitable for the forecast weather conditions each day. During break times and lunch children will still be going outside even in cold windy conditions and light rain. General Guidelines Extreme haircuts are not permitted in school ( extreme being any haircut that is considered by the school to be significantly different so as to cause distraction to others, and therefore their learning; 1 P a g e

2 and therefore not in keeping with the school s ethos. Examples of haircuts not permitted include: tram lines or equivalent, shaved sides with longer hair across the centre, use of hair products such as gel. This list is not exhaustive). When joining the school, parents/carers are expected to fully support this policy at all times. Long hair should be tied back at all times and short hair in a suitable style for school. Plain hair bands are permitted but jojo bows are not permitted No jewellery, except small, plain studs for pierced ears and wrist watches both of which must be removed for P.E. (ear studs can be covered with plasters for the first few weeks until earrings can be safely removed). No make-up or nail varnish to be worn in school. Children may wear caps or hats to protect themselves from the sun or adverse weather conditions. All headwear must be of plain colour. These items are not to be worn indoors. Any request to change uniform on religious grounds can be applied for. All requests should be made directly to the Headteacher. All children need a clear & labelled water bottle bought into school daily. PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING ARE NAMED. 2 P a g e

3 Foundation Stage 2 All children need a labelled water bottle Boys School logo V-neck navy jumper White polo shirt (logo option available) Grey trousers Socks; navy or grey Black shoes (no trainers or boots) School logo fleece body-warmer is an optional item which is available. As above Grey shorts Bags Book bag navy, school logo and with strap Draw-string PE bag navy, school logo PE kit Boys/Girls School logo jade t-shirt Navy shorts White socks (sports socks ideal) Plimsolls for indoor activities Trainers for outdoor games School logo navy hoodie (optional) Girls Winter uniform School logo V-neck navy jumper or cardigan white polo shirt (logo option available) Grey pleated skirt/pinafore dress/grey trousers Socks/tights; navy or grey Black shoes (no trainers or boots) A School logo fleece body-warmer is an optional item which is available. Navy blue gingham dress Socks; navy, white or grey White/Black sandals (with socks) Winter As listed to the left Grey or navy tracksuit bottoms Grey or navy tracksuit top Thermal compression tops skins (optional but recommended) Gloves (not allowed for sports activities involving hands such as netball, basketball, throwing and catching) 3 P a g e

4 Key Stage 1 All children need a labelled water bottle Boys School logo V-neck navy jumper White collared shirt - long or short sleeved Jade and silver school tie (elasticated or normal) Grey trousers Socks; navy or grey Black shoes (no trainers or boots) A School logo fleece body-warmer is an optional item which is available. As above School logo body-warmer (optional) Grey shorts Girls Winter uniform School logo V-neck navy jumper or cardigan White collared shirt - long or short sleeved Jade and silver school tie (elasticated or normal) Grey pleated skirt/pinafore dress/grey trousers Socks/tights; navy or grey Black shoes (no trainers or boots) A School logo fleece body-warmer is an optional item which is available. Navy blue gingham dress School logo body-warmer (optional) Socks; navy, white or grey White/Black sandals (with socks) Bags Book bag navy, school logo and with strap Draw-string PE bag navy, school logo. Children may have one simple keyring on bag to help identify their own bag PE kit Boys/Girls School logo jade t-shirt Navy shorts White socks (sports socks ideal) Plimsolls for indoor activities Trainers for outdoor games School logo navy hoodie (optional) Winter As listed to the left Grey or navy tracksuit bottoms Grey or navy tracksuit top Thermal compression tops skins (optional but recommended) Gloves (not allowed for sports activities involving hands such as netball, basketball, throwing and catching) 4 P a g e

5 Key Stage 2 All children need a labelled water bottle Boys Girls School logo blazer V-neck plain navy jumper (knitted style not sweatshirt) (Logo jumper also available - optional) White collared shirt - long or short sleeved Jade and silver school tie (standard) Year 6; solid Jade tie (FOSS provided) Grey trousers Socks; navy or grey Black shoes (no trainers or boots) Summer As above Grey shorts School logo blazer V-neck plain navy jumper or cardigan (Logo jumper also available - optional) White collared shirt - long or short sleeved Jade and silver school tie (standard) Year 6; solid Jade tie (FOSS provided) Grey skirt/pinafore dress/grey trousers Socks/tights; navy or grey Black shoes (no trainers or boots) Summer School logo blazer Navy blue gingham dress Grey shorts/culottes with white collared short sleeved shirt and tie Socks; navy, white or grey White/Black sandals (with socks) Blazers Children will be expected to wear blazers into school, during assemblies, and school visits. The blazers can be taken off during lessons and stored respectfully on the back of the chair in the classroom. Wearing blazers at playtime is optional. Bags Book bag navy, school logo and with strap Draw-string PE bag navy, school logo. Children may have one simple keyring on bag to help identify their own bag Small rucksacks only are allowed in school. PE kit Boys/Girls School logo jade t-shirt Navy shorts White socks (sports socks ideal) Plimsolls for indoor activities Trainers for outdoor games School logo navy hoodie (optional) Winter As listed to the left Grey or navy tracksuit bottoms Grey or navy tracksuit top Thermal compression tops skins (optional but recommended) Gloves (not allowed for sports activities involving hands such as netball, basketball, throwing and catching) 5 P a g e

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