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SCHOOL UNIFORM & PERSONAL PROPERTY

 

All children should wear our school uniform which is bright, comfortable to wear and easy to obtain. Only the sweatshirt, cardigan and PE shirt with the school logo needs to be specially purchased from:

 

NU UNIFORMS
Market Street
Chorley

 

The Headteacher reserves the right to contact parents to take their children home in order to comply with the school’s uniform policy outlined below.

 

Uniform EYFS/KS1: Green V-neck jumper or cardigan with printed school logo (available from NU Uniform in Chorley), white polo shirt, grey trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore, plain grey or black socks or grey tights and black school shoes. Alternatively, pupils may wear checked yellow or green summer dress and white socks instead.

 

Uniform KS2: Green V-neck jumper or cardigan with printed school logo (available from NU Uniform in Chorley), white shirt (long or short sleeved), tie, grey trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore, plain grey or black socks or grey tights and black school shoes. Alternatively, pupils may wear checked yellow or green summer dress and white socks instead.

 

TRAINERS ARE NOT ALLOWED FOR DAILY USE (EXCEPT ON PE DAYS) AND CHILDREN SHOULD WEAR APPROPRIATE BLACK SCHOOL SHOES

 

 

PE KIT

 

Details of kit needed is provided at the beginning of each school year. Pupils in EYFS may wear their school white polo shirt for PE. EYFS pupils should wear sensible, suitable white soled velcro trainers (Laces are not allowed).

 

All pupils in Years 1-6 should wear a coloured T-shirt with the school logo that denotes the colour of their house team. This may be green, red, yellow or blue. Pupils may also wear tracksuit/jogging suit for outdoor PE. PE hoodies containing the school logo are available from Nu Uniforms. White soled trainers are required for indoor PE in Year 1-6. Pupils should attend school in their PE kit for the full day on which PE lessons are scheduled.

 

LOST PROPERTY

This can become a problem and an eyesore in school. Current practice is to find the owner immediately rather than to collect lost items. We therefore, have no official lost-property box.

 

Please ensure all uniform is LABELLED clearly with your child’s name so it can be returned to them should it get misplaced.

 

HAIR

Hair (shoulder length) must be tied back and only discrete dark coloured or school colour hair accessories are permitted. Designs shaven into hair and hair colouring are not permitted.

 

VALUABLES & JEWELLERY

 

Jewellery is not necessary for school and school operates a strict NO JEWELLERY policy in the interests of health and safety; for the avoidance of doubt this prohibition includes earrings, loom bands and wristbands. Pupils may only wear a sensible watch but this must not contain a camera facility or any features that may disturb learning.

 

Children should not bring valuable items or toys to school, as we cannot guarantee their safety.

 

FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE UNIFORM POLICY

 

If your child is experiencing any difficulties adhering to the school uniform policy, please contact the school office in the first instance and we will do our best to support you in resolving any issues. 

 

Upon starting life at Primrose Hill, all parents are asked to sign a Home-School Agreement, with one of the statements we ask you to sign and agree to being, 'As a family, we will always try to ensure that my child wears the agreed school uniform'. If for any reason we have concerns about school uniform compliance, we will contact you to request your support in resolving the matter.

 

Please note that, should  families refuse to comply with uniform expectations, we may have to take action. This could include, for example, your child missing out on PE/Sports activities if earrings are worn in term time as we do not allow the taping of earrings as a safe means to participating in PE lessons.

 

Should the uniform policy not be followed and it be deemed necessary by the Headteacher, your child will be sent home to rectify the matter under a short-term authorised absence (Half day). Failure to comply after the short term absence has been imposed will result in further absences being recorded as unauthorised or, potentially, exclusion.

 

 

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