As of March 8th, children are expected to wear full uniform, including school shoes, except for days that they have a PE lesson (see below). Full details can be found on our website here.
We appreciate that some children may have grown out of uniform purchased in the autumn and will be flexible until Easter to give parents the opportunity to purchase new uniform, as needed.
Children are likely to be learning outdoors much more than usual and so will need a warm, showerproof coat.
Classroom windows will be open whatever the weather, so please make sure children have a green sweatshirt or cardigan.
On days when children have PE lessons, they must come into school in their PE kit - this will reduce the need for large bags and extra personal items in school. They should wear black shorts, a white T-shirt, tracksuit trousers, trainers and their school sweatshirt.
Staffing timetables have changed. Teachers will be in contact you and let you know when PE days will be. We will be encouraging children to be active and will be doing ‘daily mile’. Please send children to school with a pair of plimsolls or trainers that they can keep in school – all other PE kit should stay at home for now.
ALL items of clothing MUST be clearly named.
Your child can bring:
Book bag with library / reading scheme / own book
Water bottle (no juice / squash) - preferably in lunch box, book bag or rucksack (to enable “hands-free entry” for sanitising). Water fountains will not be in use so a water bottle is essential.
Snack (KS2 only)
Mobile phone (Year 5 and 6 only - must be handed to class teacher)
Small rucksack - they should be able to have their hands free for sanitising as they walk into school.
Your child cannot bring:
Any games (including swapping cards, etc)
Things to show the teacher / class (please email a photo to the teacher instead)
Their own stationery