School Uniform List

Grey/black/trousers/shorts/skirt

*White polo shirt/blouse/shirt (with a collar)

Grey pinafore dress/red and white gingham school dresses for girls

*Red sweatshirt/cardigan - Nocton School

Navy Blue sweatshirt/cardigan - Dunston and Digby School

Grey or black socks (girls may wear white socks during the summer with dresses/skirts and grey, navy or black non patterned tights in winter)

Black school shoes – not trainer style shoes.  (During the winter months boots may be worn to and from school and at playtimes, but must be changed into school shoes whilst in school). Girls may wear white sandals with white ankle socks during the Summer months.

 

PE Kit (this should be brought in every Monday and taken home every Friday)

*Red T-Shirt at Nocton School

White T-Shirt at Digby Shool

Light Blue T-Shirt at Dunston School

Black PE shorts

Trainers – All Classes

Shin pads and football boots must be worn by those children participating in football club and matches.

During the colder months a black track suit may be worn when taking PE outside. Also please bring a spare pair of socks to school in the winter.

Our uniform providers (details can be obtained from the school office) also sell school embroidered reversible jackets and PE bags.

* These may be with the school logo, provided by one of our suppliers, or plain.

 

Swimming Kit

Black/navy full swimming costume/trunks (no bikinis/tankinis/baggy shorts). Towel, swimming cap and comb.

 

Jewellery, Makeup and Hair

The only items that are considered appropriate are watches or studs worn in pierced ears.  The school does not allow the wearing of other jewellery or cosmetics unless for cultural reasons, and then only if approved by the Headteacher.  Please ensure that nail varnish, make up and temporary tattoos are removed prior to your child attending school.  Please note that staff are not allowed to remove or look after jewellery for children. As a school we recommend that you have your child’s ears pierced as close to the summer holidays as possible so that they have the 6 week period to keep them in.  If your child’s earrings cannot be removed, your child will not be able to participate in gymnastics and swimming.  However for all other PE activities your child can cover their earrings with plasters/microporous tape if unable to be removed. This must be provided by the parent.  It is recommended that hair is tied back on a daily basis to reduce the spread of headlice, and this is compulsory whilst doing PE. Headbands are to be red or black to match the uniform. Unnatural hair colours are not permitted.