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Uniform 

We are proud of our school uniform and the way our children look.

EYFS/KS1 (Yr R, 1,2)

Uniform

Navy blue jumper or sweatshirt  

White polo shirt

Black jogging type trousers or black school trousers or skirt/pinafore dress

Plain black trainers or shoes (preferably with velcro fastening)

Black or white plain socks or black tights

Summer Uniform

White polo shirt

Blue school summer dress, or

Black/grey shorts or skirt/pinafore dress

PE Kit

Navy blue shorts

Navy T shirt

Black plimsolls or plain black trainers

Blue PE (drawstring) bag

Outdoor Learning

Children are encouraged to have a set of wellington boots in school as well as an all-in-one waterproof rain suit so they can access outdoor learning on rainy days.

Change of clothes

Children will be exposed to messy play throughout the day, alongside (where appropriate) various stages of toilet training. We therefore request a full set of change of clothes (including footwear) to be kept in school.

PRIMARY KS2 (Yr 3,4,5,6)

Uniform

Navy blue jumper or sweatshirt

White polo shirt

Black school trousers or skirt/pinafore dress

Plain black low heeled shoes (preferably with Velcro fastening)

Black or white plain socks or black tights

Summer Uniform

White polo shirt

Blue school summer dress, or

Black/grey shorts or skirt/pinafore dress

PE Kit

Navy blue shorts

Navy T shirt

Black plimsolls or plain black trainers

Blue PE (drawstring) bag

SECONDARY KS3/4 (Yr 7,8,9,10,11)

Uniform

Navy blue blazer

Woodside tie

Navy blue jumper

White short or long sleeved shirt

Black school trousers or skirt

Plain black low heeled shoes

PE Kit

Navy blue shorts

Navy blue polo shirt

Navy blue track pants and sweatshirt

Black plimsolls or plain black trainers

Blue PE (drawstring) bag

Woodside Emblem

Uniform does not need to have the school emblem and so can be purchased in school colours from several stores if preferred.  School uniform with the emblem (cardigans, sweatshirts, t-shirts, book bags, PE bags, rucksacks, caps, sunhats and shower-proof coats) are stocked at Caseys Schoolwear. The contact details are:

Casey School Uniform,246 Blackfen Road, Sidcup, Kent, DA15 8PW (0208 850 8645), website - https://www.caseysschoolwear.co.uk/

Easy Dressing School Uniform

M&S has created a range of easy dressing school uniform with help from The National Autistic Society to make dressing for school easier, quicker and more comfortable for both parents and children.

Labelling

All clothing including PE kits, shoes, change of clothing should be clearly marked with child’s name. The school makes every effort to ensure that clothes remain with their owners but mishaps do happen. Some pupils require a change of clothes daily bring.  Please send these in in a named bag so that soiled clothes can be returned home

Footwear

No flashing lights, sounds, logos or opened toe shoes/sandals or flip-flops.

Jewellery & Watches

Pupils should not wear jewellery in school; however one pair of stud earrings only twill be accepted.  No other piercings to be worn in school. Any jewellery items relating to the student’s religion may be worn providing that safety of all pupils can be upheld. All jewellery worn to school may be asked to be removed in the interest of safety.  Sensible wrist watches may be worn by secondary students but ‘smart’ watches (ie. with internet connection) are not permitted.

Tattoos

The legal age to get a tattoo in Britain is 18 years and above. According to the Tattooing of Minors Act 1969 it's illegal for any person to tattoo anyone under the age of 18 even though the offence is with the person who carries out the procedure, rather than the person who asks for the tattoo.

Make-up and Nails

Face make-up, acrylic nails, false eyelashes, heavy fake tan are not permitted.

 

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