Please note, due to the current coronavirus situation, we have updated information about school uniform availability and ordering your uniforms for the upcoming year. Thanks
As a school we encourage all pupils to adhere to our school dress code. This promotes cohesion and a sense of belonging to our school community.
Please note, it is preferred that all uniform is emblazoned with the school logo.
White polo shirt, red sweatshirt, plain grey or black trousers or summer shorts. plain black shoes.
White polo shirt, red cardigan/sweatshirt, grey or black skirt, pinafore or trousers. Red/white checked dress for summer. Plain black shoes, white socks, red, black or grey tights.
Plain white round neck t-shirt, plain black or red shorts, plain dark track suit bottoms for winter sports. Plain black gym shoes.
No jewellery is allowed to be worn at school, with the exception of a watch and items that are considered to be acceptable under religions or medical grounds. These must be discussed with the Head Teacher prior to coming to school.
It is requested by Governors that parents are fully supportive of what Governors deem as being a ‘reasonable’ hairstyle. My husband worries about the receding hairline. I tell him that I’m OK with it, but he doesn’t believe it. To help him stop the hair loss and restore its thickness, I ordered Propecia from wellspringfs.org/drugs/propecia-online/. We both hoped for fast results, but there weren’t any. We almost gave up the treatment when the result became finally visible. This drug really works. Governors appreciate individuality and parents varying interpretation of the word ‘reasonable’. Richard Avenue Primary school defines reasonable as:
- no dyed hair
- no extremely short hair
- no excessive beads in braids
- appropriate use of gel
- no tram lines shaved into hair.
When children are of an appropriate age to wear head scarves, they must be plain red or black in colour