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We expect all of our pupils to wear the school uniform which is readily available from most local supermarkets. We also work with 2 external companies who provide embroidered uniform to the schools specification. 

 

Please see the uniform policy below. All children should wear only uniform in line with the school policy. 

Sunnymede Infant School Uniform Guidelines

 

At Sunnymede Infant School we work hard together to create a good sense of community amongst pupils, parents/carers and staff.  Having a school uniform helps to foster this sense of community, as well as signalling that school is a distinct place with clear standards and expectations.  It can also help parents overcome the pressure on youngsters to conform to the latest fashion trend!

 

These guidelines are provided so that parents, pupils and staff are clear on what is and is not acceptable for school wear.

Day to day uniform

PE kit

Winter:

Pale blue polo shirt

Grey skirt/pinafore/trousers

Royal blue jumper/sweatshirt or cardigan

Black, flat, well supporting shoes

 

Summer:

As above

Or

Grey shorts

Light blue & white check dress

White, black or navy flat sandals with secure straps which must be worn with socks.

 

Party shoes, flip flops or sandals/shoes with a heel are not acceptable and may lead to accidents.

White polo shirt (PE)

Royal Blue shorts or navy tracksuit bottoms (PE)

Black Velcro/slip on plimsolls (PE)

 

 

 

 

White polo shirt (PE)

Royal Blue shorts (PE)

Black Velcro/slip on plimsolls (PE)

 

Please note that trainers are not acceptable for girls or boys and shoes should be restricted to the colour and styles noted. Trainers may be brought to school to change into at lunchtime.

 

 

Please try to ensure that hair accessories are kept to a minimum and are either blue, black or white. We do recommend that girls with long hair wear it tied back to avoid accidents and head lice.

 

One downside of school uniform is that all clothes look the same and we build up a huge pile of lost property at the end of each term. Please ensure that all items of clothing, including shoes are clearly labelled with your child’s full name. Labelling may need to be renewed at regular intervals as names do tend to wear off in the wash!

 

In line with local authority and national guidelines pupils are not permitted to wear earrings during PE lessons. We request that ears are only pierced during the extended summer break and that earrings are removed by parents/carers on PE days.

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

The following companies supply embroidered jumpers, cardigans, polo shirts and reading/PE bags. 

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