BRIDGE FARM PRIMARY– PUPIL UNIFORM AND DRESS CODE POLICY
It is our policy that all children should wear clothing that is in keeping with our school ethos. We take pride in our school and believe that uniform is an essential part of our school identity. We therefore expect parents to support the school’s dress code. We provide a complete list of the items needed for children's school uniform below. All school uniform can be purchased from the official school uniform provider, Michael Hope CLICK HERE, and most non-logo items are freely available to purchase.
Our aims are based on the belief that a school uniform;
Our colours are royal blue, grey/black and white and the uniform is as follows:
For PE all children need:
School plain white or blue t-shirt with or without school logo
School gym bag
School black or blue PE shorts
A pair of trainers and a tracksuit (optional) for outdoor P.E.
Black shoes with flat heel or plain black trainers. (TRAINERS ARE ONLY ACCEPTABLE WHEN PLAIN AND BLACK) In the winter months, girls may wear plain black leather boots with flat heel.
School royal blue cap with school logo.
On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school other one small plain stud earring per ear. Pupils may wear a watch.
Make up and Cosmetics
Make-up and cosmetics are not considered appropriate or consistent with our school uniform. The school does not permit such products to be worn by any children, unless there is a specific event for which the Head has given permission.
All clothing and footwear should be clearly labelled with your child’s name. We cannot be held responsible for any school uniform that is lost in school.
We recognise there are occasions when uniform is lost, damaged and or needs to be replaced, and that pupils therefore may come to school in alternative clothing. In such circumstances, this must be reported to the Headteacher / Deputy Headteacher in writing.
However, where the uniform policy is not being adhered to, the following will apply;
If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the governing body of the school at the following address;
Governing Body of Bridge Farm Primary School
East Dundry Road,
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