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South Lake Primary School

School Uniform

Our aim is for the children to look smart at South Lake and we hope you will help us to achieve a high standard of uniform. Logo items can be bought from the school office.

Girls

Boys

  • grey school skirt or pinafore, or dark grey or black trousers;
  • white blouse or polo shirt;
  • royal blue South Lake Primary sweatshirt or cardigan;
  • white knee length socks/navy blue, grey or black tights;
  • blue and white, checked or striped dress, during summer months.
  • long or short dark grey or black trousers;
  • white shirt or polo shirt;
  • royal blue South Lake Primary sweatshirt.

Jeans, jogging bottoms or fashion trousers will not be considered part of the school uniform.
Children should wear sensible ‘school-style’ shoes or sensible black trainers.  White trainers may be worn with summer skirts or dresses. For safety reasons children must not wear high heeled, open back shoes, or flip flops.

Parents/carers are asked not to allow extremes of hair styles (including patterns and lines) and/or colour during term time.  Long hair should be tied back with a plain band for health and safety reasons. Large or colourful hair accessories are not part of school uniform.

For reasons of hygiene and safety all children must change for PE activities and have their own named kit and kit bag.  The PE kit should be kept in a simple shoe bag – not a bulky holdall or backpack because of restricted storage space. The PE kit consists of:

  • Blue shorts.
  • T-shirt in house colours or plain white.
  • Plimsolls or bare feet for indoor PE / trainers for outdoors.
  • In cold weather your child may wear a track suit for outdoor PE.

Sweatshirts, cardigans, PE shorts and T-shirts and book bags are available for purchase from the school office.

Jewellery
Governors request that parents/carers do not allow their child to wear jewellery in school.  Jewellery, if any, should be limited to one set of small stud earrings and a wristwatch. All jewellery is to be removed for PE lessons, so please ensure that either your child can remove earrings by themselves or does not wear earrings on PE days.  All jewellery is worn at owner’s risk and the school will accept no responsibility for any items lost.

If, for religious reasons, your child wears a piece of jewellery that cannot be removed, we will ask you to complete a form accepting liability for this, which has to be approved by the Headteacher.

 

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