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Tadley Community Primary School

Tadley Community Primary School

School Uniform

Daily Wear:

  • Blue polo-shirt with collar - plain or with Tadley School logo
  • Navy blue sweatshirt or Navy blue school cardigan with Tadley School logo
  • Grey trousers/shorts
  • Grey skirt/pinafore 
  • Light blue and white checked dresses may be worn in warm weather
  • Strong sensible plain black school shoes

 

P.E. Kit

  • T-shirt in house team colours with Tadley School logo
  • Navy shorts
  • Black plimsolls/Trainers
  • Children may wear tracksuits during the cold winter weather. Tracksuits should be plain, dark in colour. Any designer logos must be small and discrete. Leggings are fine, too.
  • Children should wear PE kits to school on their PE day.

 

The navy sweatshirts, cardigans and coloured PE shirts with the Tadley logo on, are all available from ‘Skool Kit’ in Basingstoke or via their website here.

 

Footwear

The school is a working environment and the style of shoes worn must reflect this:

  • No platform soles, wedges or high heels are allowed
  • Trainers of any description are not acceptable
  • Plain black strong school shoes should be worn
  • Plain boots with no heel are permitted
  • No open toe sandals, sports sandals or rubber shoes are permitted
  • Plimsolls may only be worn for PE. Canvas shoes and other ‘fashion’ shoes are not permitted

 

Socks/Tights

Children should wear plain socks or tights that are dark coloured or white. No brightly coloured socks or tights are allowed.

 

Hair

Hair should be kept clean and tidy. All children, girls and boys, are requested to tie hair up where it is long enough to do so. This is for both health and safety reasons and to look smart and ready for school. Hair must be tied up in PE. Where hair is shaved it must not be lower than a grade 2. No extreme hairstyles or patterning are permitted. Very small hair bows (less than an inch) are permitted.

 

Outdoor Jackets

It is also highly advisable that coats are waterproof as the children often go out to play in inclement conditions. Any form of hooded sweatshirt, zipped or otherwise, is not a suitable alternative to a coat and should not be worn.

 

Jewellery

Jewellery regulations are strict for obvious safety reasons.

 

The only jewellery permitted in school is:

  • a watch
  • one small ear-ring stud per ear if their ears are pierced
  • small objects of religious significance (with prior written permission from Headteacher)

 

On health and safety grounds no other jewellery is permitted.

 

We ask the children to either remove watches/ear-rings during PE and games or if ears are newly pierced and ear-rings cannot be removed they may be covered with tape to prevent them from causing injury. Parents are requested to provide suitable plasters/tape where relevant. Parents should either cover the ear-rings at the beginning of the day or children apply it themselves in school. Teachers will check if it has been applied appropriately for the children to participate in the lesson. Children are responsible for jewellery worn to school, including watches.

 

Nail varnish and any other form of make up are not permitted.

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