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School Uniform

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 School Uniform 

School uniform is in place so that all children can share a sense of belonging and it creates an identity for the school within the community.

It is important for children to wear their uniform with pride and adhere to the rules of the school.

In addition, it takes away any peer pressure about being dressed appropriately and in the latest trend. 

Please make sure that all uniform is clearly labelled.

It is extremely difficult to ensure that children come home in the correct jumper etc. if they are not labelled.

All children should have their own PE kit. It is not acceptable to borrow kit.

PE is a statutory subject in the curriculum and children must take part; this is very difficult if they do not have kit in school.

For outdoor PE we encourage the use of trainers rather than pumps and children may bring them in on their PE day 

 

Boys 

Grey or black trousers (long or short) 

Red school V neck sweatshirt or with school badge 

White shirt with school tie 

 Outdoor coat of a suitable plain type 

Fleece with school badge for outdoor games (optional) 

Girls 

Grey pinafore dress or grey skirt 

Grey or black trousers 

Red school sweatshirt or cardigan with school badge 

White shirt with school tie 

Outdoor coat of a suitable plain type 

Fleece with school badge for outdoor games (optional) 

 

All children should wear plain black shoes 

 

PE Uniform 

Red shorts 

 White t - shirt 

Plimsolls (preferably black, elasticated type for infants) 

Training shoes for outdoor games 

Tracksuit/jogging bottoms & sweatshirt 

Swimming kit in year 3 (Y3 will only start swimming in September 2019) 

Sweatshirts, cardigans, ties, fleeces, caps, hats and book bags are available through Slaters in Wigan or Impressions in Golborne.

All other items of uniform may be bought at any shop/supermarket. 

 

Please note that the wearing of jewellery is not permitted in school; pupils may however wear a plain watch.

Extreme hairstyles are forbidden, this includes tramlines, excessive hair gel and coloured dye.