Uniform can be ordered online via School Trends: click here to order school uniform online*.
School uniform looks smart, wears well and helps to develop a sense of belonging. The Governing Body strongly recommends the wearing of our school uniform as it is described and requests that fashion trends are not followed.
Our recommended school uniform is listed below and we expect that all children will come to school dressed in sensible, comfortable clothes and footwear. Fashionable hair accessories/styles, jewellery and nail polish should not be worn.
Order forms can be obtained through school or from the school website. Our uniform has been created to ensure that the same colour and styled items can be purchased locally from high street stores.
All clothing should be clearly named, this makes identification easy for teachers who can be faced with 30 sweatshirts all the same colour needing an owner!
Winter clothes boys / girls:
Sweatshirt round neck / v-necked cardigan (red)
Grey smart trousers (not jeans or track suit trousers)
Grey skirt or pinafore
White polo shirt (short or long sleeved)
Plain grey or red tights
Black shoes or plain black trainers
* School waterproof / fleece jackets are available for those parents who wish to purchase them
Sensible shoes; (heels or slip on shoes are dangerous and can seriously hinder safe play, children will not be allowed to use the outdoor apparatus if their footwear is inappropriate and may be asked to change into P.E shoes indoors). We ask that fashion trainers are not worn.
If alternative outdoor footwear is needed in bad weather, please provide a carrier bag to keep them in during the day and ensure children bring a pair of indoor shoes as boots or wellingtons should not be worn inside school.
Summer clothes boys / girls:
As above with the addition of:
Tailored plain grey shorts (football shorts or cropped trousers are not suitable)
Gingham red checked dresses
Flat sandals with secure straps
Baseball caps / hats for outside play
Children are expected to change for P.E
Black P.E shorts (long beach style shorts are not suitable) and a plain white t-shirt are required, together with a pair of plimsolls / trainers for outside activities, particularly during the summer months. Children do P.E in bare feet in the school hall. Children may need warmer clothing during the autumn and spring term and for extra curricular sporting activities. Teachers will advise when this is required. Long hair should be tied back and hair accessories should be removed.
Clothing should be kept in a drawstring P.E. bag and should be available in school everyday.
We do not have room to store large P.E bags; they should not be brought to school.
Lost property is handed to Mr Mullinger the caretaker for safekeeping; parents are welcome to look through the large stock of unclaimed items at the end of the school day. Items not identified by the end of each term are given to a local charity.
*Tickton Primary School is not responsible for external websites, and does not sell school uniforms directly.