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Uniform

The children’s school uniform colours are navy, grey and white. Children are required to attend school in the correct uniform and to be smart at all times.

Uniform is as follows:

Plain grey school trousers (short or long)

Plain navy or grey skirt, pinafore dress

White blouse/shirt

School tie (navy with gold stripe) – KS2 only

Navy school sweatshirt, cardigan.*

Navy school fleece*

White school T shirt

White school polo shirt*

Blue peaked or legionnaires hat with ‘Wyborne’ on the front

White, grey, navy socks/tights

Sensible footwear, NOT TRAINERS or shoes/sandals that do not support the heel.

School style summer dress (check or stripe) in navy blue with white.

A white shirt/blouse and school tie must be available for ‘special  occasions’ to be worn by KS2 children.

Foundation Stage 1 children are encouraged to wear navy tracksuit bottoms and sweatshirt sporting the school logo.

All items may be purchased at leading chain stores except those marked *. These may be purchased through the school uniform supplier or in the case of the school hat from the school.

JK Clothing
148 Well Hall Road
Eltham
SE9 6SN

Telephone no. 020 88594004

All clothing should be clearly named. The school is not responsible for lost clothing.

PE clothing requirements

KS1 gymnastics/PE

For indoor activities infant children wear a white T shirt and navy shorts. For outdoor games children require trainers. All P.E kit should be kept in an appropriate size bag. Children are expected to be able to undress/dress themselves and cope with their own shoes.

KS2 gymnastics/PE

White T shirt, and short, loose fitting blue shorts and trainers.

For both age ranges tracksuits may be worn during the winter months.

Swimming

Children take part in swimming lessons for the duration of one year across years 4 and 5. They will need a towel, swimming costume/trunks (NOT SHORTS) and a swimming hat.

Please name all clothing. The school is not responsible for lost items. Lost property is currently held near the office, please ask for assistance. All named clothing is returned to the child.

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