WELLFIELD CHURCH SCHOOL
School Logo Jumper/Cardigan
White / Grey Socks
Black Shoes (no trainers / boots)
SUMMER TERM ONLY
Pink Gingham Dress with White Socks
School Logo Jumper / Cardigan
Grey Trousers / Shorts
Black / Grey Socks
Black Shoes (no trainers or boots)
White PE T Shirt with school logo
Black pumps / trainers
School Logo Hoodie / School Jumper
Black leggings / tracksuit bottoms in cold weather
We strongly advise that children have a pair of wellies available at home, ready to bring in during the winter months or when we complete outdoor activities such as walks or Forest School.
Nail varnish or nail art is not permitted, nor are temporary tattoos.
HAIR & HAIR ACCESSORIES
We ask that any accessories (hair bobbles, clips, headbands etc) are in school colours ie: burgundy, white or yellow/gold. Flowers / bows are not permitted in children’s hair. To help control the spread of headlice, all hair which is shoulder length or longer must be tied back.
‘Fashion’ hairstyles are not permitted. Examples of which include;
Shaved lines, pictures or part shaved styles, coloured hair or artificial braiding, short shaved cuts (number 1)
For practicality reasons, ballet style shoes (ie: shoes which do not have a strap) and boots are unsuitable for the amount of physical activity that takes place in school. Shoes with raised heels are also unsuitable and therefore not permitted.
Only watches and stud earrings are allowed for health & safety reasons. All jewellery must be removed before a child is allowed to take part in any lesson involving physical activity. We recommend that no jewellery is worn on PE days to avoid loss or damage. If earrings are left in and your child is unable to remove them themselves, they will not be permitted to join in the activity.
We ask that any ear-piercings are done at the start of the summer holidays so that your child’s education is not disrupted.
SECOND HAND UNIFORM IS AVAILABLE FROM SCHOOL.
Please contact the school office either by coming into reception or by email or phone (01282 436935)