School Uniform

SCHOOL UNIFORM AND EQUIPMENT

Children wear school uniform.

Our school colours are royal blue, sky blue and grey.  A selection of sweatshirts, cardigans and PE polo shirts are available at the school office.  A price list is displayed in the school office.

Girls:

Grey skirt, culottes, pinafore or smart grey trousers

White polo shirt or blouse School sweatshirt/cardigan

White socks or grey tights

Sensible black shoes (NOT TRAINERS)

For summer, girls can wear pale blue/white gingham dresses, grey trousers or culottes  (not pedal pushers, shorts or track suit bottoms)

Boys:

Grey trousers/shorts

White shirt or polo shirt School sweatshirt

Grey socks

Sensible black shoes (NOT TRAINERS)

For summer as above (not track suit bottoms)

Please ensure coats and anoraks have loops for hanging on pegs.

PE and Games clothes

Sky blue polo shirt (available from the school office with logo), black shorts, plimsolls/trainers,   shoe bag with drawstring (PE bags are available from school)

For outdoors in Autumn and Spring: Track suit bottoms (or similar) NOT JEANS, change of sweatshirt, trainers or plimsolls/trainers.

For Swimming : Spring Term : Yr 4 and 5 only

A one piece swimming costume, towel, comb and swimming cap in a suitable drawstring bag.  The school provides swimming aids.

For Art:

Plastic apron with sleeves or old shirt (clay, paints, inks, dyes and glue travel far and wide!)  The white PVA glue used in school is soluble in COLD water.

Book bags (also on sale from school office) for taking home reading books.  (First book bag free for children starting at Petworth C of E Primary School)

PLEASE COULD YOU MAKE SURE THAT ALL ITEMS ARE NAMED, and encourage your children to look after their possessions.  If items are not claimed within a reasonable period the school will dispose of them.

Jewellery:

We ask that pupils do not wear jewellery at school. This includes (with the exception of small studs), ear rings, rings, neck chains, bangles etc.  Small studs are permissible, providing your child is able to remove them independently for any physical education. This policy reflects national and County Council safety guidance.  This is to avoid possible injuries caused by jewellery to pupils during games and PE lessons.