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Uniform

At Priory Primary School, we pride ourselves in looking smart by wearing our school uniform. We require all children to have at least one badged jumper. Wearing the Priory Primary School uniform promotes a sense of community within the school and allows children to demonstrate their pride in their school both within school and when they are out in the local community.

Summer Uniform from Easter until October half term

  • Blue gingham pinafore dress or
  • Grey shorts/trousers and white polo shirt
  • Navy sweatshirt/cardigan (no hoodies)
  • Black sensible plain shoes (no trainers or coloured logos)

Winter Uniform from October half term until Easter

  • White polo shirt
  • Navy sweatshirt/cardigan (no hoodies)
  • Black or grey trousers/skirt
  • Black sensible plain shoes (no trainers or coloured logos) 

PE Kit

Outdoor

  • White t-shirt/polo
  • Black/grey joggers
  • Black pumps and/or trainers

Indoor

  • White t-shirt/polo
  • Black shorts
  • Black pumps

Swimming Kit

  • Swimming trunks/full swimming costume (no bikinis)
  • Swimming cap for long hair
  • Towel
  • Goggles allowed but only if accompanied by a letter from the child's parent which states that the parent wants their child to wear them

Forest School Clothing

  • Sturdy trainers or wellies
  • Change of trousers or leggings and top (preferably old clothing)
  • Waterproof coat
  • Sun hat/sun screen (sunny days)

JEWELLERY & HEADWEAR

In line with Dudley Local Authority’s Health and Safety Policy, we do not allow children to wear jewellery in school (except for a pair of small ear studs and watches). No body piercings are allowed. All studs and jewellery must be removed on PE days either before they come to school or by the child themselves – staff cannot remove jewellery. We do not allow hats, caps, large ‘Jo-Jo’ hair bows or headbands with ears on to be worn during class time or inside school buildings, except for religious or medical reasons.

LABELLING

All clothing should be clearly labelled with your child’s name. This is very important as uniform items look similar and can easily be confused with another child’s clothing. The school cannot accept responsibility for any lost items.

STOCKISTS

Uniform is available to buy from AsdaTesco and the badged uniform is available from myclothing.com

HAIR AND NAILS

Hair styles must be appropriate to learning in the primary school classroom. Extreme haircuts/styles and colours are not allowed this includes: lines shaved into the hair, bleached hair and mohicans. Long hair should be tied back particularly for PE lessons. Staff are not permitted to do this and parents/carers of young children should do this before they come to school.

Nail polish and make-up or temporary tattoos are also not allowed.