Uniform Policy

 

A school is a working environment and it is important that the children should dress safely and appropriately. It is requested that all children wear the uniform below:

 

Norton:

 

  • Grey trousers (or shorts if preferred), skirt or pinafore dress (grey).

  • Green sweatshirt or cardigan

  • Gold Polo-shirt or gold roll neck shirt.

  • Appropriate footwear (i.e. low heeled shoes, not trainers)

    PE/Sports

 

  • Shorts

  • Bottle green T-shirt

  • Tracksuit and/or fleece for the Winter

  • Training shoes/slip-on daps

  • Sports socks

  • Football boots (if needed)

  • Swimwear

    West Chinnock:

 

  • Grey trousers (or shorts if preferred), skirt or pinafore dress (grey).

  • Navy school sweatshirt or navy pullover/cardigan

  • White or blue shirt (long or short sleeves, cotton)

  • Blue and white gingham checked dress for summer if desired

  • Appropriate footwear (i.e. low heeled shoes, not trainers)

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    PE/Sports

 

  • Navy shorts

  • White t-shirt

  • Tracksuit and/or fleece for the Winter

  • Training shoes/slip-on daps

  • Sports socks

  • Football boots (if needed)

  • Swimwear

    P.E. kit may be kept in bags in the cloakrooms and we ask that children have their kit at school every day.

    Jewellery and nail varnish is not permitted. Long hair should be tied back.

    Sweatshirts, Polo-shirts, Fleeces and sports T-shirts embroidered with the school logo and name are available from the school wear supplier in Yeovil (please ask for further information in the office). Also available to purchase are school caps, book bags and gym bags, all embellished with the school logo. Uniform items with the school logo are not mandatory; parents are free to purchase uniform from other suppliers as long as they meet the guidelines above.

    We also ask children to bring in an item that can be used as protective clothing for art/craft work. An apron or old shirt is fine.

    When the weather is cold or damp children are expected to wear coats at playtimes.

    We would be grateful if you would name all items clearly.