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Uniform Information

To encourage a sense of belonging and a collective atmosphere dedicated to learning, we ask parents to provide clothes that comply with our school dress code:

 

 

Find our online uniform shop at

https://www.pbuniform-online.co.uk/lawnspark

 

  • Burgundy sweatshirts or cardigans (preferably with the school logo).

  • White shirts, blouses, or polo shirts.

  • Black or dark grey skirts (preferably at knee length).

  • Classic school trousers or shorts (no leggings/jeggings). 

  • Grey pinafores, gingham dresses.

  • Socks: these should be plain black, grey or white and below the knee.

  • Tights should be black, grey or white.

  • Black , plain, flat school shoes. Pumps are no longer required for indoors.   

  • During bad weather, if children wear wellington boots, they must have a pair of school shoes to change into.

 

P.E. kit

 

Correct PE kit will be brought at the start of a half term and left in the cloakroom on the child’s peg in a named draw-string bag.

  • Black or dark grey shorts.

  • Black or dark grey joggers (for outdoors PE when the weather is cooler).

  • Plain white T-shirt.

  • Trainers (for outdoor PE).

  • Dark leotard (for gymnastics – if the child chooses to wear one).

 

Year 4 children will need a swimming kit. This will consist of trunks or a full-cover swimming costume (no bikinis or tankinis).

 

 

·        Pupils may wear:

o   A watch – preferably analogue, rather than digital.

o   Fitness trackers.

o   Single stud earrings - at  your own risk (however, we would prefer no earrings for safety reasons).

 

·        Pupils may not wear or have:

o   Hair colours.

o   Lines and patterns in their hair.

o   Jewellery.

o   Smart Watches.

 

 

·   What happens is child has incorrect school uniform:

·   We will let you know in-person or via Schoop.

·   We will remind your child to wear the correct uniform and what this looks like.

·   Items, such as jewellery and inappropriate accessories, will be placed in a safe place and taken home at the end of the day.

·   If the child continues to wear inappropriate uniform we will invite parents to meet us to discuss the issue.

 

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