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Uniform Information

Reception Children

White polo shirt with no tie.
Grey trousers or skirt.
Smart, sensible shoes that can be polished in black with low heels.
Trainers and similar sports-type shoes are not acceptable.
Grey cardigan or ‘V’ neck jumper.
In Summer and during the first half of Autumn term a white polo
shirt or blue gingham dress with plain white socks may be worn. Also a girls may wear a white cardigan and sandals.

 

Years 1 to 6

Dark grey trousers or skirt (grey tights may be worn).
White shirt or blouse.
Grey cardigan or ‘V’ neck jumper.
Stanwix School tie.

Smart, sensible shoes that can be polished in black with low heels.
Trainers and similar sports-type shoes are not acceptable.

In Summer and during the first half of Autumn term a white polo
shirt or blue gingham dress with plain white socks may be worn instead of a shirt and tie. Also girls may wear a white cardigan and sandals.

Click here to order School Uniform from Border Embroidery

 

PE Kit

Before you purchase new uniform for the new term in September please can we remind you that  all children need to wear a plain yellow t-shirt along with black or navy shorts for all indoor PE lessons.

Footwear Reception - black plimsolls.
Footwear KS1— velcro trainers are advisable, no plimsolls.
Footwear KS2— trainers with either velcro or  laces as long as they can tie their own laces. 
 

Years 3 to 6 Outdoor Sports Uniform

Outdoor kit consists of the same yellow t-shirt with plain navy/black leggings or jogging pants, a plain navy/black hoody or tracksuit top and outdoor trainers.

Hoodies, caps and track pants for pupils.

trackpants cap hoodie

 

Children may wish to wear our new design of non compulsory P.E. items which can be purchased through the Surridge Sports shop by clicking on any of the pictures above.

Hair

All children boys and girls are required to tie hair up when it is long enough to do so. This is for both health and safety reasons and to look smart and ready for school. Hair accessories should be kept simple and in the school colours.

The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children. These include:

Patterns cut into the hair

Hair dyed either wholly or partly

Minimum use of guard 2 (6mm)

No tram lines.

 

Jewellery

On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. The exceptions to this rule are earring studs in pierced ears, and small objects of religious significance, such as a crucifix on a chain. Children must be able to remove earrings by themselves. Children must remove all jewellery during PE and games to prevent them from causing injury.

 

Make-up

The wearing of any form of make-up is prohibited, this includes nail varnish. Any children wearing make-up will be asked to remove it immediately.

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