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School Organisation

8:45am                                           Children in school / Doors Open

8:50am                                           Registration

10:20am – 10:35am                         Break Time Key Stage 1

10:40 – 10:55am                             Break Time Key Stage 2     

12:00 – 12:45pm                             Lunch for KS1

12:30 – 1:15pm                                Lunch for KS2

3:00pm                                           End of School Day

 

 

KS1 children participate in the school Fruit and Vegetable Scheme and receive a free piece of fresh fruit daily. KS2 children are encouraged to adopt healthy eating choices and are asked to bring fruit/vegetable.

 

School Uniform

We encourage our children to take pride in what they wear, to look clean, smart and be proud of wearing the school uniform.

 

Girls Boys

Grey skirt/trousers/shorts

Dark blue or black leggings

Dark grey trousers/shorts
White blouse/polo shirt tucked in White shirt/polo shirt tucked in
Navy cardigan/sweatshirt Navy sweatshirt

Checked dresses/navy/white

White leggings

 
Black shoes (not trainers) with a low heel. In winter months when children travel to school in boots or wellingtons they will be expected to change their shoes. Black shoes (not trainers) with a low heel. In winter months when children travel to school in boots or wellingtons they will be expected to change their shoes.

 

Physical Education - Clothing

Due to health and safety of all our pupils, it is important that the correct PE kit is worn for all PE lessons. Changing into appropriate clothing is an important part of the routine.

Girls Boys

Navy shorts/PE skirt

Dark blue leggings

Navy shorts
White t-shirt White t-shirt
In winter months navy tracksuit/jogging bottoms and sweatshirt/jacket In winter months navy tracksuit/jogging bottoms and sweatshirt/jacket
Trainers for outdoor PE. Gymnastics, dance and indoor games will be in bare feet Trainers for outdoor PE. Gymnastics, dance and indoor games will be in bare feet
 

Please ensure that all clothing is labelled or marked with your child's name, which will avoid the problem of lost property. 

 

  • No jewellery to be worn. When ears have have first been pierced children need to cover with tape. After 6 weeks they should be removed for school.
  • Long hair must be tied back.
  • Bleaching of hair and extreme styles are not permitted.
  • Appropriate hair accessories to be worn in school colours.
  • No nail polish or tattoo transfers.

 

Monitoring and Review

This policy is monitored by the headteacher, who reports to governors about the effectiveness of the policy on request. It will be reviewed annually, or as appropriate to meet the needs of the school. 

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