Bewley

Primary School

Bright, Proud and Successful

Uniform

The School Governors support the wearing of school uniform and recommend children wear:

P.E.Kit (P.E.Bag needed)

Please ensure that your child’s name is printed in every item of clothing, particularly outdoor wear and wellingtons.

Please remember we do not allow any jewellery or extreme hairstyles. Long hair (below shoulders) should be tied back in a bobble. This is so we can stop the spread of head lice and avoid hair getting caught during PE & play.

Thank you for your continued support.

You can order uniform from either of the suppliers below:

Elizabeth’s Embroidery

Jumpers and sweatshirts with the school badge may be ordered from our other supplier, Elizabeth’s Embroidery, on the form obtainable from the school office. It can also be ordered by phone (01642 674973/602008) or via their website: www.elizabethsembroidery.co.uk

How to safely order Bewley uniform in the COVID-19 era

Book bags, coats and PE kits ,with the school badge, are also available and your child’s initials can be embroided onto any item at no additional cost.

Valuables

School cannot be held responsible for the loss of, or damage to, articles of value such as watches or toys and so we ask that they are not brought into school.

Jewellery

Parents are asked not to allow their children to wear ear-rings, rings, bangles, necklaces etc. in school as they constitute a safety risk. Where ear-rings have to be worn children should wear studs. All jewellery must be removed for P.E. and swimming by the children themselves.

Extreme Hairstyles

The school does not permit children to have extreme haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children and are not in keeping with the ethos of the school. This includes patterns shaved into the hair, excessive use of hair products and false hair. The definition of an extreme hairstyle is at the discretion of the Headteacher.

P.E. and Games

For health reasons children need to change for P.E. and therefore need plimsolls (not trainers), red shorts and a white t-shirt in school. P.E. kit is left in the cloakroom so a P.E. bag is essential. This can be left in school during the week and taken home at weekends. Please discourage children from bringing large sports bags to school as there is insufficient space in the cloakrooms. All children will have the opportunity to take part in a swimming programme during their time in the School. Details will be sent to parents at the appropriate time.