At Fielding Primary School our children are proud to be members of our school and wear our uniform. The uniform has been designed to be practical for a primary school while reflecting the high standards expected at school – it is to be worn with pride at all times.
We feel that it is important that children learn to dress smartly and appropriately. They grow up at Fielding understanding that most secondary schools and later in life, businesses, require smart, professional dress.
We look to parents to work with the school to ensure that children come to school always maintaining a high standard of dress and with at least a minimum of the correct colours in their clothing.
We value learning so highly that we do not send children home to change. However, we hope that we do not have to deal with uniform transgressions.
Judgements about acceptability of uniform and appearance can only be made by school staff and ultimately the Head Teacher.
All children are expected to wear uniform:
Branded and/or designer items of clothing are not to be worn.
PE kit / 'uniform' is worn for the whole day on a child's allocated PE day. These arrangements minimise lost property and maximise time taking part in sport and exercise rather than changing kit. PE uniform to be worn to school:
Jogging bottoms or shorts maybe worn for outdoor sessions all through the year; shorts to be worn for indoor sessions. Shorts may be worn under jogging bottoms.
* Marlborough (dark) grey jogging bottoms are stocked by our uniform supplier, see below, but can also be purchased from any other supplier. When purchasing new items, please check uniform expectations.
Patches are awarded to pupils to recognise individual achievement for Values-based education, sport and music. Patches should be sewn on to the Fielding sweatshirt or cardigan:
Use our on-line supplier to order items direct:
All items of clothing need to be named and children need to be encouraged at home and school to take care of their own property.
Hair must be neat and tidy (covered, plaited or in a pony-tail if long). Extreme colours or styles that undermine the ethos or discipline of the school will not be permitted.
No make-up or nail polish is allowed.
Watches, small stud earrings or religious items required by the child’s faith may be worn. No other items of jewellery are allowed.
We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to an individual’s personal property.