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Welcome to a new year at St Luke's C E Primary School. We are very excited to welcome our new Reception Children and their families to St Luke's. If you are the parent of a child starting school in September 2022 please telephone the Infant office to book a tour of the school. If you have any queries please call Teresa at the Infant Site/Alison or Wendy at the Junior Site.

Uniform requirements

Uniform requirements

 

Please ensure your child wears the correct uniform and has their PE kit and necessary equipment in school at all times.

School uniform gives children a pride in their personal appearance and cultivates a sense of belonging to the school.

Our uniform requirements are outlined below;

 

Uniform supplier – CJI Clothing, Winton.

 

All Children, all years (Reception to Year 6)

White shirt (short or long sleeved)

Blue and gold striped tie

Navy jumper or cardigan with school logo

Dark grey trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore dress

Grey socks or tights

Any hair accessories must be small and in line with school colours (grey, navy, gold)

Black shoes

 

Please note:  Open toed sandals are not acceptable

 

Official school baseball caps are available from both suppliers and are recommended to protect children from the sun, especially during the summer term.

 

Infant Children should bring a book bag to school EVERY DAY.

 

P.E Kit for all children

Light blue polo shirt with school logo

Navy shorts/ skort

Navy track suit trousers/ jogging bottoms

Trainers (or plimsolls)

Optional: Navy hoodie with school logo (with initials on)

 

Jewellery

Jewellery must not be worn to school, with the exception of earrings. If your child has pierced ears then only one pair of studs may be worn in ear lobes to avoid any personal injury. Please can any new piercing occur at the beginning of the summer holidays to give it time to heal as all items of jewellery will need to be removed for all PE and games lessons. If there is a medical problem with removal of piercings, they may be covered with micropore tape, that is provided by the parent. Pupils doing sporting activities with any items of jewellery in, whether covered or not, do so totally at their own risk. It is also recommended that children should not wear expensive watches to school, particularly young children.

 

Long Hair / Fashion Accessories

All hair at or below shoulder length must be tied back at all times in school. School hair ties should be in appropriate colours and styles suitable to blend with school uniform. With the exception of Mufti days, large and colourful hair bows and clips are not acceptable as school wear. At the same time, please ensure any temporary / glitter tattoos and nail varnish is removed for school. Please note any child wearing a large hair accessory that does not conform with uniform policy, will be asked to remove it.

 

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