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Longcot and Fernham
(CE) Primary School Uniform Policy
standard of personal appearance is expected of all our children. Through our
uniform policy we aim to:
Encourage pride in the
Support teaching and
Enable children to be
comfortable, safe and secure
Protect children from
social pressures to dress in a particular way.
In this way, the uniform contributes to the overall aims of the school
The uniform is available from
Our uniform is as follows
Winter (Term 2,3,4)
Blue polo shirt
White/black socks (not sport
Black skirt/pinafore dress/trousers
Sturdy black flat shoes
Pale blue and white checked or
striped summer dresses
Smart black shorts/trousers
Sturdy black flat shoes or sandals
For reasons of safety and promotion
of foot health, children must wear clean, sensible, low wide heeled shoes.
Trainers should not be worn to school
Children are not permitted to wear
boots and are only able to participate in PE/games with the appropriate
Earrings, bracelets, bangles,
necklaces and rings are not permitted as they may be mislaid or cause serious
accidents. Watches may be worn which do not distract children or classmates
from their lessons.
Plain metal studs
(‘sleepers’) may be worn.
(It would be
helpful if any ear piercing was done in summer holiday time which allows for
the healing process to be completed before returning to school.) It is very
important that the children can remove the studs themselves for PE. If ear
studs can’t be removed by the child, individuals should provide their own
micropore tape from home to cover over the stud.
not the responsibility of staff to remove ear studs or look after them.
reaches shoulder length, for health and safety requirements it should be tied
back. Fashion hairstyles are not permitted along with hair gel and hair dye.
Clothing and footwear
girls must have:
white round neck top
girls must have:
Navy blue shorts,
white round neck top and socks
(especially girls who wear tights).
Navy blue tracksuit or jogging
pants may be worn during colder weather.
As part of
the national curriculum, Key stage 2 children (only) are provided with swimming
lessons at a local pool.
donation towards the cost of travel is requested.
All children must have a swimming hat.
These are available to purchase from the
school office. Towels and one piece costumes should be named and placed in a
Long Bermuda or “cut off” type shorts are not appropriate for
Swimming aids if
needed will be provided by the instructors.
Goggles may only be worn where a written note is provided for medical
Items such as earrings,
necklaces, rings or watches are not permitted in the pool.
These points are in line with Oxfordshire
County Council policy and the school policy.
Other associated activities
to time additional clothing and/or equipment such as football boots may be
recommended for school and after school activities.
All items should clearly named and
stored in a bag that can be hung up.
At the end of each week children
must take their PE kit home to be washed and have a fresh kit with them on the
As part of our health and safety measures we regularly remind children
to be sensible about exposure to the sun’s rays.
We encourage children to wear a peaked sun
hat, wear sun glasses, carry a drink with them and use sun cream or similar sun
blocker during break times.
should spend some of their break in the shade cooling off so that they are
ready to commence lessons. Maroon coloured peaked hats are available to
purchase from the school office.
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