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Uniform

A uniform is more than a badge or item of clothing, it gives a sense of belonging and provides pupils with a routine that will benefit them as they move forward in their education.

 

We have high expectations of all our pupils, and this includes uniform. All pupils are expected to attend in full uniform, unless alternative prior arrangements have been made (e.g due to sensory issues or an injury).

Below is a list of our school uniform.

 

All clothing must be clearly marked with the child’s name.

School Uniform

School Uniform

All items should be school branded or plain with no other branding.

Burgundy jumper, cardigan or fleece.

  • White or burgundy polo shirt, blouse or formal shirt.
  • Grey trousers or tailored shorts.
  • Grey skirt or pinafore.
  • Burgundy (red) and white summer dress.
  • Smart and comfortable dark shoes or trainers.

PE Kit

PE Kit

Outdoor PE takes place even if it is cold, so children may wear a warm sweatshirt and jogging bottoms or tracksuit over the top of their usual PE kit (these must be dark in colour and the sweatshirt should not be the one they have worn during the day at school).

  • Plain white t-shirt or burgundy Churchfield PE House T-Shirt.
  • Plain black or navy sports shorts.
  • Plain black gym leggings (not school tights).

In addition to the items above:

  • Long hair must be tied back.
  • All jewellery must be removed.

Swimming

Swimming

  • Swimming Shorts (no long shorts, above the knee)
  • One-Piece Swimming Costume
  • Towel
  • Bag for Wet Items
  • Long Hair Must Be Tied Back
  • Jewellery Must Be Removed

Restricted Items

 

The following items are not allowed to be worn in school. If pupils are wearing any of these items, they will be asked to remove them and parents contacted.

 

  • Football (or other sports), or heavily branded sports shirts for PE.
  • T-Shirts, tracksuit tops and hoodies for normal school uniform.
  • Joggers, tracksuit bottoms or casual shorts for normal school uniform.
  • ‘Pretend or transfer’ tattoos.
  • Nail varnish or false nails on fingers or toes.
  • Make-up of any kind.
  • Bright or multi-coloured trainers.
  • Open-toed shoes, sandals or flip flops.

Property Notice

 

School cannot be held responsible for any personal property (e.g. watches/ phones) brought on to the school premises. Our policy is that jewellery should not be worn at school.

 

Jewellery

 

  • Pupils may wear one small pair of stud earrings, but these must be able to be removed independently for PE. Any piercings must be done at the start of the summer holidays so that they have time to heal over the 6 weeks break. No other jewellery is permitted in school.
  • Sensible and safe watches can be worn in school, but are worn at the owner’s risk.
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