Whilst not wishing to be overly prescriptive, we want to make sure that Stokesay's school uniform and presentation standards remain very high and are clear for everyone to understand.
Following a couple of queries from parents, we have made some small clarifications regarding our expectations for school uniform and presentation to help you for when you are preparing to buy new uniform. This is detailed below:
* Navy blue sweatshirt (with embroidered school logo), black/navy/grey trousers or skirt and a white polo shirt.
(During the summer months, plain grey, black or navy shorts, a blue striped/checked dress may be worn)
* At all times, except for PE (see below), children should wear a sensible pair of black school shoes (and not boots or trainers). Shoes should be plain (ie. not overly decorative/sparkly).
* Children may wear a sensible watch, which must be taken off for PE (no watches with great sentimental or financial value please)
* If your child has pierced ears and wears earrings, please ensure these are 'studs' (these must be removed by the children themselves for swimming, and covered over for PE).
* No other accessories/jewellery are permitted, other than a sensible and appropriate hair accessory (see below).
Haircuts and hair accessories:
* Pupils' hair must be their natural colours (no artificial dyes)
* Please do not send your child to school with 'extreme' hairstyles (For example: no 'extreme lengths', no 'extreme contrasts' eg. being 'very closely shaved' on the back and sides, but long on top, no shapes or marks cut into the hair or eyebrows)
* Long hair must be tied back, with sensible and appropriate hair accessories.
'Sensible and appropriate' broadly means a practical, small hair band/bobble, and nothing that is overly decorative or unusually large. Unlike many schools, we do not currently specify one or two colours only (to match school uniform), and would hope this is able to remain the case.
* A pair of dark shorts and a white T shirt with pumps or trainers should be worn for PE (jogging bottoms/warm tops as and when appropriate).
Under 'normal' circumstances, children are not allowed mobile phones/tablets (etc) at school. If it is necessary for a child to bring a mobile phone into school as an exception, parents/carers are requested to speak to us first. It must then be taken to the School Office for safe keeping and collected at the end of the day.
A small stock of sweatshirts (£10 each) are kept in the School Office. Other items of uniform, such as PE kit, coats, fleeces etc., can be ordered. An order form is sent out regularly.
Using funds raised by the Friends of School, each child is supplied with a named PE bag and a waterproof home-school book holder on entering school.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING HAVE YOUR CHILD'S NAME CLEARLY MARKED
Updated from September 2017