The Weatheralls Primary School

School Uniform

Children are expected to wear a school uniform. The uniform worn by the children adds to the sense of community that we encourage in this school. Please ensure all uniform is clearly labelled.

Please speak to Mr Horsley if you need financial support to purchase uniform.

Our school uniform consists of the following; 

  • Navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo
  • White polo shirts
  • Grey tailored trousers or shorts
  • Grey dress,- just above the knee
  • In the summer there is an option of a blue gingham dress.
  • Grey or Navy tights
  • Socks for boys or girls should be plain grey, black or white.
  • Black or navy traditional leather style school shoes - no trainers, boots, platforms, open toe or high heel shoes permitted.
  • No jewellery of any form is permitted other than medical talismans, small studded earrings or a watch which all MUST be removed for PE. 
  • Hairstyles should be  sensible and appropriate for school with no unnatural hair colourants.
  • Nail varnish is not permitted.

PE Kit

Children must have a change of clothes for PE.

  • Black or navy shorts
  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Non-marking Trainers or Black Plimsols (Trainers are more suited for outdoor PE)
  • Plain black or navy jogging bottoms and sweatshirt for colder outdoor weather PE.

Kennett School Rules for PE

  • Long hair should be tied up.
  • Children MUST please remove all jewellery including small studded earrings on PE days.. 
  • If you intend to have your child's ears pierced, please ensure that this is done at  the beginning of the summer school holidays so that earrings can be removed for PE in the Autumn term. This is essential for the health and safety of your child.
  • Under the guidance of  the National Policy from the Association of PE (AfPE) - The reason not to wear earrings (or any jewellery) is that it can lead to injury for the wearer and for others in the class and it is the teacher's duty of care that must apply here. The reason is both about tearing of the ear lobe, but also the post of the earring going into the brachial nerve which is running directly to the brain.  This is national policy'  Children who do wear earrings and are who do not take them out for a PE lesson will not be able to participate in the practical lessons, but will be able to take on the role of umpire, referee, PE equipment organiser and coach where appropriate.