Uniform can be purchased at ParentPay here.
|Jumper||Navy Blue with School logo|
|Cardigan||Navy Blue with School logo|
|Fleece||Navy Blue with School logo|
|Shirt/Blouse||White, long or short sleeved with collar|
|Plain, dark grey|
|Socks/Tights||Plain dark colour or white|
|School Tie||Compulsory (Years 3 - 6)
Voluntary (Reception - Year 2)
|Plain/flat black. Trainers are not permitted.
For safety reasons shoes must be flat and not platforms, boots may not be worn. (Velcro fastners are easier for younger children to manage)
|Hair Accessories||Plain - in school colours (hair bands available in office)|
Alternative Summer Uniform
|Short Trousers||Plain, dark grey|
|Shoes||Shoes must be flat - No platforms, opened toed, open back or plastic sandals
Trainers are not permitted.
Shorts - Plain navy blue
Sweatshirts - Parents/Carers may choose from the following for their children to wear for PE:
- Dark navy tracksuit top or
- Navy blue jumper with South Borough Logo or
- (OPTIONAL) Plain house colour (red/green/blue/yellow)
Please do not send your child dressed to school in any other casual clothing.
|Bags||One lunch box/bag|
|One drawstring PE bag
One book bag
We ask the children do not bring big bags and ruck sacks to school as we do not have the space to store them.
|Jewellery||For safety reasons where ears are pierced, only plain studs may be worn. No other jewellery should be worn.|
|Make-Up||No make-up or nail varnish to be worn|
Responsibility for pupil's personal property
Swale Academies Trust does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to the personal property of pupils. Marking each garment of clothing with the child’s name is therefore of the greatest importance and we request that all property brought to school is marked.
Children will be regularly reminded of his or her responsibility to look after clothes and property. However, at times, things are mislaid and if they are labelled they may be easily returned to their owners. Items of clothing, which have been handed in as lost property, and which are not marked with the owner's name, are kept in the school office.
Children are asked not to bring valuables, such as jewellery, mobile phones or MP3 players to school and the school does not accept responsibility for loss or damage to such articles. Jewellery is a safety hazard in physical education and at playtimes. The wearing of jewellery is therefore not appropriate and not allowed. In the case of earrings, only stud earrings should be worn to school and must be removed for PE and swimming.
All items of clothing should be clearly marked with the child's name including socks. These will be checked by staff periodically. If uniform is found unnamed - staff will name it!