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Uniform

Please note the school Governors have approved the companies below as our approved suppliers:

Pupils School Wear - 35 West Street, Swadlincote - t: 01283 224512 or visit the website at www.pupilsschoolwear.co.uk 

WB Global Trading Ltd - Walton on Trent - t: 01283 711538 or visit the website at www.wbglobaltrading.co.uk

Clothing4 - Swadlincote - t: 01283 249742 or Burton - t: 01283 249741 or visit the website at www.clothing4.com

 

School uniform is very important to us here at Pennine Way and children are expected to wear the following:

 

PLEASE LABEL ALL OF YOUR CHILD’S ITEMS

Uniform

PLAIN BLACK SHOES: (No white/ coloured highlights or symbols. Heels should be kept to a minimum and no bigger than 2.5cm in height. Boots being worn in school must be PLAIN black and no higher than calf length (unless it is snowing heavily).  They should not have any silver/gold buckles, fur around the top, have any metal studs or any other coloured embellishments.  The boots should be flat, no wedges or heels are acceptable. Children wearing boots that are not acceptable as part of the school dress code must change into their school shoes when entering the school building. Trainers must not be worn as part of school uniform.

GREY/RED/NAVY BLUE SOCKS OR TIGHTS: These should be plain and simple and not have patterns or cartoon characters on them.

GREY TROUSERS/ SKIRTS/ SHORTS: Not black.

NAVY BLUE OR RED POLO: No football shirts. If a skin is to be worn, this should match the colour of the shirt.

NAVY BLUE SCHOOL FLEECE: MUST be embroidered with the child’s initials to ensure quick return if lost.

PE Kit

Indoor kit (in Kit Bag 1) – This should be left in school at ALL TIMES, only taken home at the end of each half term.

  • Black Pumps
  • White Short Socks
  • White T-shirts
  • Black Shorts

Outdoor kit (in kit bag 2) – This should be brought to school on a Monday and taken home to wash on a Friday.

  • Trainers
  • Long black Football socks (Winter) /Short white socks (Summer)
  • Black shorts
  • White T-Shirt (This can be plain or purchased with the logo)
  • Navy Blue Tracksuit Bottoms/ Joggers (These should be warm for outdoor games during winter)
  • Navy Blue Hooded Sweatshirt MUST be embroidered with the child’s initials to ensure quick return if lost
  • Gum Shield and Shin Pads
  • Black skin or under shirt (optional for squad members only)

Other Uniform Information

Nail Varnish/Make Up

Children should not wear nail varnish or make up in school at any time. If your child is wearing nail varnish/gel or make up they may be asked to remove it.

Piercings/Tattoos

Ideally, jewellery should not be worn in school (a watch only may be worn – no rings, necklaces or bracelets). If your child has pierced ears, then only small, plain ‘studs’ should be worn. Children may only wear one stud in each ear.  Studs worn in any other body part – including noses, eyebrows, tongues and navels – are not permitted.

 

Jewellery should not be worn during P.E. and games lessons. To avoid any problems caused by ‘freshly pierced ears’ and the difficulty of removing studs during the healing period, we would recommend that piercings should take place at the beginning of the summer holiday.

 

If your child is not able to remove their own studs, then these must not be worn for school on P.E./games days.

 

Permanent tattoos are not permitted under the age of 18. Temporary tattoos, including henna patterns must be removed before a child comes to school.

 

Hair

 Long hair (shoulder length and longer) should be kept off the face and tied back in some way, either with a blue or red head band or bobble. Hair should also be of one colour, preferably the child’s natural colour and styling kept to a minimum. Please keep things simple.

Water Bottles

 Children may only use a school water bottle throughout the day and these are available from the school office at £2.50 each.

 

Electronic Devices

 We do not allow children to bring any form of electronic device into school, this includes mobile phones, tablets and smart watches.