Boreham Primary School
A Friendship School

"Learning and achieving together in a caring and creative environment"

Uniform

 

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I believe that the wearing of school uniform gives children a corporate identity. It illustrates our high standards and allows children to be ambassadors for the school. Children feel proud to belong to our school and school uniform is a clear indication of this.

 

Boreham Primary School’s policy is that children must wear school uniform at all times; the uniform they are expected to wear is detailed below.

 

 

Boys:

Grey/black trousers or shorts

White shirt or polo shirt

V or crew neck red sweatshirt

 

Girls:

Grey/black skirt/pinafore dress/trousers

White shirt or polo shirt

V or crew neck red sweatshirt/cardigan

 

Year 6:

In Year 6 pupils are expected to wear a school tie

 

PE:

White tee shirt and blue/black shorts and plimsolls

An old track suit for cold weather

 

Footwear:

Please ensure that your child has sensible footwear. Shoes with heels on, open-toed sandals and fur boots are not allowed. It is not school policy for pupils to wear trainers to school but pupils can bring in trainers to wear at playtimes and lunchtimes only.


The following items of uniform (all of which have the school sun emblem) are available from the School Trends via their website:

http://www.schooltrendsonline.com/schools/BorehamPrimarySchoolCM3DB/

 

Crew Neck Sweatshirt

V Neck Sweatshirt

Cardigan

Red Fleece

White Polo shirt

White Tee Shirt

Baseball caps for summer

Book Bag

Lightweight waterproof coat

Complete PE kit

Red PE Bag

 

We also stock ties for Year 6 pupils.

 

Children’s clothing must be clearly labelled with your child's name. It is not possible for us to find or identify lost unnamed items of clothing.

 

Jewellery, make-up and nail varnish are not allowed in school at any time. Watches may be worn and those children with pierced ears must wear plain gold or silver studs only. No earrings may be worn during swimming, PE or games lessons and children should be able to remove these independently. Watches and stud earrings will remain the responsibility of the child and not the school.

 

Parents should raise any concerns regarding the school uniform in the first instance with the Headteacher.

 

 

 

 

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