The School Uniform and Code of Dress
Code of Dress
The school adopts a formal code of dress which gives the children a clear corporate identity with the school and its aims. This comprises:
- Sweatshirts and cardigans with school logo (ordered through school)
- Mid-grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
- Pale blue polo shirt (badged polo shirts optional and available through school)
- Blue checked dress or formal grey shorts optional during summer months
- Black shoes
- Rucksacks, coats, fleeces and book bags may also be purchased from the office.
The P.E. kit comprises of:
- Black shorts
- White t-shirt
- Drawstring PE bag
Trainers may be worn for outdoor P.E. During winter months/cold weather, please provide a sweatshirt and pair of tracksuit bottoms.
Please make sure that all clothing (including footwear) is clearly named. Heeled shoes and trainers are not part of the school uniform and should not be worn in school.
CHildren in Years 5 have swimming lessons as part of their P.E. provision. Lessons take place at the Healthy Living Centre in Staveley and transport is provided. Please ensure your child has a swimming costume / trunks or shorts, a towel and goggles for swimming lessons.
All schools within the Staveley Brimington Learning Community authorise the wearing of one stud earring in each ear and one wrist watch only. For P.E. lessons, earrings must be removed. if your child wants their ears piercing please consider doing this during the summer holiday, so that children are able to remove them for PE and swimming lessons in school. Should a child need to wear jewellery for religious or medical reasons, parents must seek permission by way of a letter to the Governing Body, via the Headteacher.
Make Up & Nail Varnish
Children should not wear make up or nail varnish to school.
Order forms are available from the School Office or downloadable from the link below.
The PTFA will hold sales of second hand uniform throughout the year and any donations of uniform that your child has outgrown and is in good condition would be gratefully appreciated.