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School Uniform

The school uniform should be worn by all children from Reception to Year 6, as it fosters a sense of belonging. Children should arrive for school clean and presentable. Items of school uniform are sold at very reasonable prices and can be purchased through the school office. These include: sweatshirts, fleeces, cardigans, coats, dresses, PE kits, navy PE sweatshirts and jogging bottoms, caps and book bags.

The uniform is as follows:

BOYS' UNIFORM

GIRLS' UNIFORM

Long or short grey trousers

Grey skirt or pinafore or grey school trousers

White shirt or polo shirt (must be worn tucked in)

White blouse or polo shirt (must be worn tucked in)

Purwell School sweatshirt

Purwell School cardigan or sweatshirt

Optional, blue school fleece

Optional, blue school fleece

Plain, dark or white socks

Plain dark or white socks/grey tights

Flat, black school shoes for outside

Flat, black school shoes for outside

Soft soled black plimsolls for inside

Soft soled black plimsolls for inside

Summer Summer

Blue caps

Blue/white dress

 

Blue caps

Physical Education Physical Education

Navy shorts and Purwell School, white T-shirt.

Navy shorts and Purwell School, white T-shirt.

Trainers (these are to remain in school at all times).

Trainers (these are to remain in school at all times).

Navy tracksuit or jogging bottoms (Juniors only)

Navy tracksuit or jogging bottoms (Juniors only)

  • Jewellery: One pair of stud earrings may be worn to school. For safety reasons, earrings will have to be removed or covered with surgical tape during physical education lessons. Watches are permitted and advisable.
  • Makeup and nail varnish must be removed before school and no body art.
  • Hair must be tied back and off the face. Hairstyles must be appropriate – shaved designs are not allowed.
  • Swimming: When your child goes swimming they need to remember their kit each week: towel, girls - one-piece swimsuit and boys - trunks (which do not go below the knee) and goggles if possible. For health and safety reasons earrings need to be removed.

Please name all your child’s possessions, as this saves a great deal of teaching time if items are mislaid.