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Uniform Information

As our motto is ‘Pride in our Achievements’, so we aim to foster a sense of personal pride and school identity through wearing a school uniform

 

All children:  School red sweatshirt and yellow polo shirt (both with school logo on them)

 

Boys:          Grey short or full length trousers

                   Grey socks

                   Plain black shoes (not trainer style)

                   PE – red PE top, (with school logo) black shorts or jogging pants, plain black trainers

 

Girls:           Grey skirt knee length skirt/pinafore dress (not shorts or trousers)

                   Grey or white socks

                   Grey tights

                   Plain black shoes (not trainer style)

                   Summer term -  red/white gingham dress (not shorts)

                   PE – red PE top, (with school logo) black shorts, leggings or jogging bottoms, plain black

                   trainers

 

                   Please note – all children should come to School in their PE kit on their PE day

 

Black shoes should be worn. If any child comes to school wearing boots or trainers, they will have to change into pumps whilst in school.   If the weather if very bad and children come in wellington boots, please remember to bring their shoes in a bag to change into.

 

Red school bags are also available to purchase from the school office, from SIMS Pay online payment system or from the suppliers below.  There is very little room in school cloakrooms for large rucksacks or bags and we discourage children from bringing these to school.  There are storage trolleys for lunch boxes/bags.

 

Water bottles are available to buy from the school office.  You can order these on SIMS Pay online payment system too.

 

Our school uniform can be purchased from Grays Outfitters, Northgate, Blackburn or

Whittakers, Church Street, Blackburn

 

All uniforms and outdoor clothing should be clearly named.

 

Jewellery

Children are NOT permitted to wear any jewellery, including earrings – if a child is wearing earrings in pierced ears, and cannot remove them, they will be asked to cover them with a plaster.

 

Children in Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6) may wear a plain watch – however, this must not be a watch that does anything apart from tell the time! Smart watches/fitbits, or the equivalent are not permitted.

 

Nail Varnish and Make Up

Make-up and nail varnish are not considered suitable for school and this will be asked to be removed.

 

Hair

Hair that is long enough to be tied back MUST be tied back during all PE lessons.  We always recommend that all long hair is worn tied back throughout the day.  Hair accessories should be red, grey or black.   Fashion haircuts or colours are not suitable for school – this includes tram lines. Boys hair should not be shorter than a ‘Number 2’.   Head lice can be avoided if you check your child/rens hair regularly. 

 

 

 

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