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Boothstown Methodist Primary School - An Outstanding Church School (SIAMS May 2017). School starts back on Wednesday 6th September 2017 at 8:55am
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Uniform

Uniform

 

Nursery Children

Boys - Navy jumper, red polo shirt, grey trousers, grey socks and black shoes.

Girls – Navy blue cardigan or jumper, red polo shirt, navy blue skirt or pinafore, white socks and black shoes.

* Optional

Hot weather – grey shorts (boys), red checked patterned dress (girls)

Cold weather – grey trousers, red or blue tights (girls)

All children will need a change of ordinary clothes, including underwear and socks, which can be kept in school for any necessary change of clothes.

All children will need a pair of wellington boots for outdoor play and a pair of black, velcro pumps for PE

 

Reception – Year 6

Boys - Navy blue jumper, white shirt, grey trousers, red and blue striped tie, grey socks and black shoes.

Girls – Navy blue cardigan or jumper, white shirt, navy blue skirt or pinafore, red tie, white socks and black shoes.

* Optional

Hot weather – grey shorts (boys), blue checked patterned dress (girls)

Cold weather – grey trousers, red or blue tights (girls)

 

PE – All pupils need a white T-shirt and blue shorts (preferably with the school logo) and black pull-on pumps.

The juniors will occassionally need an outdoor kit which should kept in school at all times. This should consist of trainers, track suit bottoms, T-shirt and a track suit top/jumper.

* This kit will not be allowed to be worn indoors.

Reception children will also need a pair of wellington boots for outdoor play.

 

Parents can order jumpers, cardigans, fleeces, red polo shirts, PE kits and bags with the school logo on from the office. Red ties are also available.

It is important to make sure that all clothing, footwear and bags are clearly named.

 

Health & Safety

All children should be aware of safety. Long hair should be tied back and jewellery should not be worn.

If your child has pierced ears, only small studs should be worn to school. It is best that these are not worn on days where your child has PE or these should be removed by the child or covered with a plaster.

We also request that children avoid wearing nail varnish, tattoos or extreme hairstyles for school.

Due to lack of space and storage, we request that the school bags be used as opposed to backpacks, which cause a hazard in the corridors.

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