Uniform

Clothes that are set aside for school help children to feel they belong to our school.  The Governors and all staff are eager to promote positive attitudes to school and all children are expected to wear school uniform.

Our school uniform is currently a choice of:

Skirt or trousers – black or grey

Shirts, T-shirts and blouses – white

School sweatshirts or jumpers – navy blue

Summer dresses – navy blue

School sweatshirts and cardigans are available to buy from the Skoolkit shop in Havant.

Sensible shoes, with laces, velcro or buckles.  Slip-ons and high heels are dangerous.  No boots.  Please encourage your child to manage all buttons, zips etc by himself/herself.

Please do not send valuable items into school i.e. jewellery or special toys, as it causes problems when these items are lost, broken or mislaid.

PE 

In the interest of health, comfort and safety, we require a change of clothing for PE.  Please provide a pair of shorts and a T-shirt for PE in a simple drawstring bag.  PE kits will be sent home every half term for washing.  Trainers are required for the summer term in the Infant School and all year in the Junior School.

Hairstyles 

Children must have a neat and well-presented hair style.  No patterns cut into hair or coloured hair is allowed.  Long hair should be tied up using appropriate hair bands for school.

Make-up and nail varnish 

Under no circumstances is make-up or nail varnish to be worn.

Jewellery in School

Only stud earrings

No earrings on PE days

No other jewellery may be worn

Watches are permitted

The Governors and Executive Headteacher will not accept any responsibility for accidents caused by earrings.

Lost property

We encourage children to take responsibility for their own clothes, hanging their coat on their peg and keeping clothes together when changing for PE.  If an item of clothing is found and there is no name on it, it will be put in the lost property box.  All lost property will be discarded after one term.

 

The Executive Headteacher and Governing Body cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage to pupil’s property.