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Uniform Information

LOCKS HEATH JUNIOR SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY


School Uniform - WINTER

GIRLS

Navy skirt/trousers or pinafore dress

Light blue polo shirt

Navy blue cardigan/sweater

Plain white, navy or black socks (below the knee) or tights

Sensible shoes (black, brown or dark blue, no height on the heel)

BOYS

Grey trousers or grey shorts

Light blue polo shirt

Navy blue sweater

Plain grey, navy or black socks

Sensible shoes (black, brown or dark blue)


School Uniform - SUMMER

GIRLS

Blue and white small check or candy stripe dress

Sensible shoes or sandals with socks (black, brown or dark blue, sandals can be white, no height on the heel)

BOYS

Grey short trousers

Light blue polo shirt

Sensible shoes or sandals with socks (black, brown or dark blue)

PE Clothing

Plain light blue ‘T’ shirt, navy blue shorts

Children should be sensibly dressed for games lessons according to the time of year and the activity. There is no need to purchase expensive football kits but warm clothes are required for cold weather. Children who are playing games on the field in winter must have a change of socks as well as shirt and shorts.

County regulations do not permit jewellery to be worn for physical education and there is no safe storage in any of the classrooms.

PE clothing should be in school each day in a marked bag. Due to the lack of storage space, we do not allow children to bring large kit bags.  Anything similar in size to a supermarket carrier bag or rucksack is acceptable.

 

STANDARD OF DRESS

 

We strongly believe that the standard of dress is an important factor in maintaining the ethos and high standards of behaviour for which the school is noted.  Children will be discouraged from wearing items of clothing that do not conform to the uniform code and will be encouraged to look smart and orderly while they are in school.  We would ask that children’s hair is not braided, bleached, shaved or overly styled in anyway, as we feel these compromise the ethos of the school.  If you are unsure, please discuss with the Headteacher to check for suitability.  Discretion lies solely with the Headteacher.

 

Children should wear shoes to and from school but they are allowed to change into trainers for lunchtime.

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Picture 3 LHJS Fleece and P.E. T-Shirt
Picture 4 LHJS Bookbag and LHJS Swim Bag/P.E. Bag
Picture 5 LHJS Uniform
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