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School Uniform

School Uniform

 

We encourage all children to wear Fairview school uniform as we feel it helps set the tone and atmosphere within our school.

 

Children with long hair should have it tied back at all times for health and safety.

 

Small stud earrings can be worn, but all jewellery must be removed for PE lessons, after school clubs and sporting events. Earrings cannot be taped up.

 

School uniform is available to purchase on-line from our uniform suppliers:

 

Threads Printing who can be found on Instagram and Facebook or email threadsbypriya@live.co.uk

Brigade https://mailchi.mp/brigade/the-countdown-has-begun-598369 and select Fairview from the drop down menu)

 

We occasionally have some nearly new items available, please ask the school office should you require this.

 

Winter Uniform

 

  • Grey trousers, skirt or pinnafore
  • Pale blue polo shirt
  • Navy sweatshirt/cardigan (with or without the Fairview logo)
  • Black school shoes

 

Summer Uniform

 

  • Grey trousers, skirt or pinnafore
  • Pale blue polo shirt
  • Navy sweatshirt/cardigan (with or without the Fairview logo)
  • Black school shoes

 

PE Kit        

  • House colour Fairview t-shirt
  • Navy shorts/joggers/leggings
  • Navy sweatshirt/hoodie
  • Trainers - no laces if your child is unable to tie them.

                                          

                    The school PE kit is the same for both girls and boys. 

 

All clothing and footwear should be clearly marked with the child’s name.  

 

Pupils who play football or hockey may require football boots and shin pads, this would be advised on the club letters.    

 

We provide a Fairview team strip for pupils who represent us in sporting events … and we look very smart!

 

 

Jewellery

The wearing of all forms of jewellery, such as rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings is not permitted.  Children with pierced ears may wear a small, short stud. For reasons of safety it is essential that no jewellery whatsoever is worn during PE and games, sport after school clubs and sporting events off site.  If you would like your child to wear pierced earrings, we suggest you organise this at the beginning of the summer holidays, as this will allow sufficient time for their ears to heal.  We cannot be responsible for the safekeeping of jewellery brought into school with or without the knowledge of parents.

 

Children who wear watches to school must accept responsibility for them.  They must be taken off during PE lessons.

 

Cosmetics, including nail varnish and mascara are strictly forbidden.

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