Tesco Direct (Florence & Fred) School Uniform Embroidery Service

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Uniform Policy

Please note this policy is currently in the process of being updated. 


Our uniform is a navy blue knitted cardigan, sweat cardigan or sweatshirt with school logo; jade green polo shirt with school logo (emerald green will be permitted until April 2019); smart navy blue school trousers, knee-length pinafore dress or skirt.  In the summer, smart navy blue knee-length shorts (not jersey or lycra material) can be worn and girls may wear a navy blue (not light blue) gingham dress. Footwear should be smart navy or black shoes or sandals and socks should be navy, black or white. Girls may also wear navy tights.  Sandals should be worn with socks and have a strap around the back of the heel and enclosed toes.  Ideally children should also use a navy blue school book bag or rucksack.

PE kit is a white polo shirt, navy blue shorts, sports socks, trainers (plimsolls can get very wet in poor weather), as well as navy tracksuit bottoms and a navy fleece, sweatshirt or hoodie for colder weather. PE kit must be brought into school on Monday, in a named bag which can be hung on a cloakroom peg, and left in school until it is taken home at the end of each term.

A hat should be worn during sunny weather and an outdoor coat (preferably navy or black) should be worn in the winter months. It should be easy for your child to put on by him/herself.

You can order all school uniform, coats, book bags, rucksacks and hats directly from Florence & Fred (Tesco) Uniform Embroidery Service by visiting the website detailed above.

It is essential that all your child's clothes have their name in them.  Children regularly misplace their clothes and this enables us to return 'misplaced' clothing quickly, avoiding the need for parents to replace items that inevitably get lost from time to time. Please use labels or an indelible marker pen.

One of our parents runs a pre-loved uniform stall at various events selling good quality
pre-loved or unclaimed 'lost' uniform, two or three times a year.

Make-up & jewellery

Pupils cannot wear jewellery to school.  Stud earrings are acceptable but your child must be capable of removing them for PE and swimming.  We suggest that, should you wish your child to have his/her ears pierced, this should take place at the beginning of the long summer break.  However, should a child still be required to leave earrings in newly pierced ears, studs may be covered with sticky plasters for PE and swimming.

Make up and nail varnish may not be worn in school and any child wearing it will be asked to remove it using remover or water.