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It is school policy that all children wear the correct school uniform 

Primary School Uniform List

Girls

Autumn & Spring Term

 

Boys/Unisex

   Autumn & Spring Term

 

*School Blazer (optional Year 3+)

Black or navy coat

School Primary Polo Shirt or plain white polo shirt in Reception and Key stage 1.

Grey pinafore or grey skirt (not light grey)

School Primary Sweatshirt or Cardigan

Short white socks or grey tights

Plain black school type shoes, low healed, no trainer like shoes or boots (including 'Kicker boots), no ballet pump style shoes, no plimsolls, no coloured laces, no patent leather

 

 

*School Blazer (optional Year 3+)

Black or navy coat 

School Primary Polo Shirt or plain white polo shirt in Reception and Key Stage 1.

Grey long trousers (not light grey)

School Primary Sweatshirt

Grey socks

Plain black school type shoes, low healed, no trainer like shoes or boots (including 'Kicker boots), no ballet pump style shoes, no plimsolls, no coloured laces, no patent leather

 

Summer Term

 

Blue and white gingham dress (not navy)

Shoes as above

 

Summer Term

 

School Primary Polo Shirt or plain white polo shirt in Reception and Key Stage 1 Grey shorts (not light grey)

Shoes as above

 

P. E. Kit

 

Infants (Reception, Year 1 & Year 2)

 

School Primary PE Shirt

Black shorts, Trainers

 

 

P.E. Kit

 

Infants (Reception, Year 1 & Year 2)

 

School Primary PE Shirt

Black shorts, Trainers

 

Juniors (Year 3 and above):

 

School Primary PE Shirt

Plain Black shorts (minimal logos)

Royal blue football socks

Trainers (for playground)

 

 

 

Juniors (Year 3 and above) :

 

School Primary PE Shirt

Plain Black shorts (minimal logos)

Royal blue football socks

Trainers (for playground)

 

General equipment that all children will require before starting school:

Book bag

Royal blue/navy or black headbands or ribbons only

Painting shirt

Scarves, gloves and hats for winter use navy or black only

Waterproof  boots – wet weather

Waterproof jacket and trousers –These will be kept in school every day so that the children can go outdoors in all types of weather.

Drawstring school PE bag

 

 

NB: Items in bold can only be purchased from:

 

https://www.yourschooluniform.com/schools/index/beaulieu-park-school

 

* Not compulsory

 

All clothing and personal belongings must be clearly marked with the child’s first and surname. Velcro fastening shoes and trainers are essential for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. 

No earrings or jewellery are allowed in school.  If parents require that children have their ears pierced, the school requests that this be done at the start of the summer holidays.  

Shoes must be black, school type shoes. They must be low healed, no trainer like shoes, no boots or 'kicker boots', no ballet pump style shoes, no plimsolls, no coloured laces, no patent leather. They should not have decorative buckles or other adornments. Flashing lights are not permitted in shoes or PE trainers. Nail varnish is not permitted. 

Use of hair gel and unorthodox hairstyles are not permitted. Hair styles should be simple and suitable for school. Shoulder length or longer hair must be tied back. Hair ribbons, slides or bobbles, if worn, must be black or navy blue. Shaved (a number 2 or less) or partially shaved hair is not allowed. No dyed, coloured, bleached or tinted hair is allowed.  

Wristwatches are permitted from Year 2 onwards and these must be removed before P.E. lessons. Mobile phones, MP3 players, toys or playing cards are not allowed at all.

Where there is the opportunity for you to shop around for the best value item of uniform, we ask that you keep branded items / logos to a minimum. School uniform should never indicate that children come from more or less wealthy backgrounds. The school reserves the right to take any items of uniform back ‘in house’ via our official supplier should our expectations not be met. 

 

OTHER MATTERS RELATING TO UNIFORM - Primary

Please note: Our school uniform/appearance code is inclusive of hairstyles. With regard to this, we are concerned with promoting a general appearance amongst the student body that is conducive to the aims and objectives of our school. We are aware that extremes of style can often have connotations with groups beyond school, whose attitudes and opinions can have an adverse impact on the ethos of school life. We are also concerned with ensuring that personal appearances do not become one of competition between pupils, which can become a source of unwanted peer pressure to both the pupils themselves, and their parents. Young people of school age are often insecure about their personal appearance, and are therefore more likely to be swayed to conform with the appearance of groups to whom they aspire to be associated. In addition our regulations relating to hair styles are also concerned with promoting safety, which can be compromised in physically active, and practical learning situations.

Our school does not allow students to wear jewellery, as this can compromise safety in physically active lessons, and can result in a pupil being more vulnerable to acts of bullying, and/or street robbery by other young people as they get older. Pupils can often misplace/lose items of jewellery, and trying to recover property can be very disruptive to the efficient and effective running of our school.

All other decisions regarding the suitability of students’ dress (or other aspects of appearance, for example jewellery, hairstyle, make up and so on) will be made at the discretion of the Principal.

Responsibilities

It is the Principal’s responsibility to ensure that the uniform policy is implemented and maintained. The Principal will also determine any questions of compliance with the code.

The Principal may delegate particular responsibilities concerning School uniform to members of staff. In the Primary School, this is the Head of Primary School. The Principal will determine which staff may impose sanctions for non-compliance with School uniform.

It is the duty of all staff to uphold the uniform standard and to report any non-compliance to the Principal, via the Head of Primary School.