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St Francis Church of England Aided Junior School

"To be the best we can be"

Mrs Ryder’s class reports are available for collection from the office and if not collected will be sent home on Monday. After the excitement of the concert the children didn’t bring them home and Mrs Ryder sends her apologies.

Uniform

School Uniform

It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school or when participating in a school organised event outside normal school hours (unless otherwise stated). A complete list of acceptable items for uniform can be below and for further details please see the uniform policy above.

 

All uniform should be named.

Any lost unnamed uniform will be taken to lost property.

Lost property still unclaimed after one term will be sold or donated. 
 

  • Red jumpers / sweatshirts / cardigans
  • Grey skirts / trousers / pinafores
  • Grey shorts (boys)
  • Red gingham dresses (girls)
  • White shirt / blouse / polo shirt  
  • Sensible black shoes – no trainers or high heels
  • Sandals must be worn with socks
School PE Clothing
Your child will need a pair of green shorts, a tee-shirt and a pair of plimsoles.  As the term continues, we ask children to bring trainers for outdoor sessions. Please avoid laces unless your child can fasten them.  Clothes should be kept in a simple draw-string bag.  PE clothing can be kept at school, and taken home for washing when needed, to avoid forgetting to bring it into school for PE days.

 

Please ensure ALL items of clothing and P.E. shoes are clearly marked with your child's name.  Difficulty identifying items will occur if clothing is unmarked. 

A lost property box is located in school and the class teacher should be approached if your child has misplaced anything. 


Jewellery
We would ask for your co operation in ensuring that all children refrain from wearing jewellery while they are in school. 
Due to health and safety concerns, we will ask your child to remove any earrings, especially for PE.

Under exceptional circumstances, if your child is unable to take earrings out, plasters should be provided so that your child can cover their ears to lessen the possibility of accidents. Your child will be unable to access PE sessions if earrings are not covered or removed.

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