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School Uniform

The children at Arundale Primary School are proud of being part of the school. The governors, parents and staff together believe that wearing a simple school uniform enhances this feeling of belonging.

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Below is a link to their website, where you can buy Arundale's school uniform, with our logo embroidered on clothing. Also My Clothing will donate 5% of sales on each product bought from their page in cash to Arundale.

School Uniform

Grey or black skirt or trousers, with a red polo-shirt and school sweatshirt or cardigan. In summer, children can wear blue and white checked dresses (not sun dresses). Black shoes as described in our prospectus below.

 

PE Kit   

The school PE kit consists of black sports shorts (not cycling or leisure shorts) and a plain white T-shirt. (Motifs of any sort are not allowed). Children will also need a pair of plain black pumps. This kit should be kept in a bag and should all be named. 

 

Quick Check List:

 

  • Pierced ears are allowed in school. Multiple piercings with jewellery are not. Children who wish to wear earrings to school are able to wear one stud to their earlobe. For Health and Safety reasons, studs must be taken out on P.E or Swimming days

  • Only plain, simple watches of low value should be worn to school

  • Children will wear sensible, safe, black shoes without heels over ½” or flashing heels at all times of the year, no open back or open toe shoes are permitted, boots may be worn to and from school, once in school children change into their school shoes
  • Long hair should be tied back tidily with a sensible, soft fastening in particular for PE
  • No varnish should be worn on finger or toe nails
  • Clothing accessories should be sensible i.e. socks, hair fasteners
  • No biro pens should be brought to school or used in school
  • No knives should ever be brought to school
  • No mobile phones should ever be brought to school
  • No medicine should ever be brought to school by the children (except inhalers or epi-pens for older children with head teacher permission)
  • No CDs, videos or material of inappropriate nature should be brought into school
  • No MP3 players, iPods, video game consoles etc. should be brought into school
  • All school uniform should be clearly labelled
  • Bags to carry equipment should be of reasonable size as space in cloakrooms is limited
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