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Uniform

Ash Grange branded uniform items, water bottles and swimming hats are available through our Online Uniform School  or through the school office.  To purchase an item either order online or visit the school office on Mondays or Fridays 8.30am-3.30pm.

 

Uniform will be processed within 2 working days (stock dependent) and will be sent home with your child from their classroom.

 

Generic uniform items are available from local shops.  

 

Pre-loved Uniform

There is a wide range of second hand uniform available free of charge in the school office.

 

All children must wear the school uniform as detailed below. Please clearly label all personal items of clothing, bags and water bottles. 

 

Reception to Year 5

  • Purple sweatshirt or cardigan

  • Plain white polo or purple logoed polo shirt

  • Dark grey or black trousers (formal school trousers not casual jean style). Trousers must be one colour, without patterns, with no external pockets i.e all pockets must be inverted. 

  • Grey or black skirt, expected to be at or below the knee.  

  • Black, grey or white socks or tights

  • Summer variations:

    • dark grey or black formal school shorts

    • yellow or purple gingham summer dress. 

 

Year 6

Year 6 will need a white shirt (short or long sleeved) as they will be wearing an Ash Grange school tie. Polo shirts are not be part of the Year 6 uniform.

We want Year 6 to stand out and show they are the top of the school so each child will be given a tie for free.  Of course if they are wearing a school dress they will not wear a tie with it. 

Only children in Year 6 will have this privilege.

 

Footwear

Black, sensible shoes – no heals, lights or toys attached or within. Slip on shoes need a bar across the foot to hold them on, ballet style are not suitable; black trainers are not acceptable alternatives for shoes.  Sandals can be worn in the summer months, with socks. 

 

Nursery 

Nursery 2 have the option to wear a purple sweatshirt, white or purple polo shirt, dark grey or black jogging bottoms or skirt.

Nursery 1 are not expected to wear uniform, but may do so if you desire. 

Children attending Nursery must wear velcro shoes or trainers to enable them to quickly change if required.

They should also have a waterproof coat, sun hat or warm hat for weather protection.

 

Hair

In the interests of health and safety shoulder length and longer hair is expected to be tied back or up.  Hair bands and clips are to be in the school colours of purple, black, white; this applies to boys and girls alike.  All long hair must be tied up for swimming and PE lessons.

 

Hair Cuts must not be aggressive or offensive.  Tram lines/patterns are not acceptable; if they are cut in the parent will be asked to reduce all the hair to the same level.

 

Jewellery

In the interests of health and safety children should not wear jewellery to school.  If pierced earrings are worn, health and safety rules state they must be studs only, without claws that may catch and damage the ear.  All watches, medical bands and earrings must be removed for PE/Swimming lessons and remain the child’s responsibility as the school accepts no liability.   

 

PE Kit

Black shorts or jogging bottoms and plain white or purple logoed t-shirt. A logoed hoodie is available for extra warmth. 

 

PE kit should be kept in a PE bag, brought to school each week on Monday and taken home on Friday.  If your child fails to bring in PE kit they will miss this valuable opportunity and complete a PE theory lesson. A message will be sent home to inform you that a practical lesson was missed.   

 

Swimming kit

The swimming pool will be open for as much of the year as possible. Swimming is taught by our dedicator teacher of PE, Mr Barnett. Children in Reception to Year 6 have weekly sessions from Spring half term to Autumn half term.   Nursery children have water confidence lessons from summer half term (end of May).  There is no cost to parents for this wonderful opportunity.

 

Please ensure your child has a swimming kit in school every day as sometimes the children get an extra swim as treat.

  • one piece plain swim costume (not bikini or tankini) or trunks, preferably in school colours.
  • towel
  • crocs or flip flops for walking between the changing room and pool.
  • swimming hat is required 
  • hair tie for long hair which must be tied up for swimming
  • goggles (optional)
  • waterproof bag
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