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Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Uniform

WINTER UNIFORM

 

Girls   

Grey skirt/pinafore dress

White blouse 

Red sweatshirt/jumper/cardigan

Red or black tights/ white socks

Black shoes (not trainers)

Grey or black trousers

 

Boys

Grey trousers

White/grey shirt

Red sweatshirt/jumper

Black or grey socks

Black shoes (not trainers)

 

SUMMER UNIFORM

 

Girls

Red/white striped or checked dress

Long or short grey trousers

Red sweatshirt/cardigan

White polo shirt

Grey skirt

White socks

Black shoes (not trainers)

 

Boys

Long or short grey trousers

White/grey shirt

White polo shirt

Red sweatshirt

Black or grey socks

Black shoes (not trainers)

 

CLOTHING FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION:

 

Infants:

White T-shirt, red/black shorts and black ‘slip-on’ plimsolls.

Socks if girls are wearing tights.

Pump bag in which to keep the clothing.

 

Juniors:

Indoor: red/black shorts, white T-shirt, black ‘slip-on’ plimsolls.

Outdoor: black track/jog suits, trainers.

Swimming: towel, swimming costume or trunks, hair tied back or bathing cap, separate bag.

 

Parents must inform class teachers in person or in writing if they do not wish their child to take part in any sporting activity.

 

ALL CLOTHING MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE CHILD'S NAME.

THE ONLY ITEMS OF JEWELLERY ALLOWED ARE A WATCH AND SMALL STUD EARRINGS.

 

For health and safety reasons we do not allow children to wear ankle boots, open-toed sandals, jelly shoes or sling backs.

 

Long hair must be tied back. We do not allow extreme hair styles or colour. We also ask that boys do not have their hair cut shorter than a ‘number 2’. No tram lines etc. are allowed.

 

Garments and accessories are available at:

www.alcesternsc.co.uk (items from here can be delivered to school, please ask shop directly)

www.yourschooluniform.com  Click here to view the online leaflet

https://www.tesco.com/direct/thomas-jolyffe-primary-school/5883.school

‘Children are captivated by their learning’, ‘The well-being of pupils is at the heart of the school’, ‘School is a calm place - pupils are polite, courteous and well-mannered’
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