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Uniform

School uniforms can be ordered online by our new supplier, School Shop. the link to their website is here: www.school-shop.co.uk. You can see their letter of introduction below. If you do not have access to a computer you can make arrangements via the school.

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Uniform is strongly encouraged to develop a sense of pride in being a member of the School Community.

  • Gillamoor School sweatshirt or cardigan (or plain blue).
  • Grey, black or blue long trousers for boys.
  • Grey, black or blue skirt, pinafore dress or trousers for girls.
  • Yellow or white polo shirt, plain or with the school logo.
  • Black sensible school shoes. School book bag with the logo.

In Summer – Boys can wear grey, black or blue plain shorts and girls can wear a gingham dress, preferably yellow & white, or blue & white.

PE:

  • Plain T-shirt with plain PE shorts.
  • Black plimsolls and trainers, depending on the activity.
  • School PE bag.

Swimming:

  • Girls - a one piece costume
  • Boys - swimming trunks.

Bermuda shorts and bikinis are not suitable for school swimming lessons.
Swimming caps are advisable. Long hair must be tied back off the face for swimming. Goggles are optional but if required must be provided from home. Swimming kit, including a towel, should be in a suitable bag.

All children are given a school book bag and PE bag when they first start at the Gillamoor School.

Hairstyling and Jewellery

All children are requested to tie hair up for P.E. (including swimming), where it is long enough to do so. Long hair should be tied back off the face whenever possible. For health and safety reasons children should not wear jewellery in school. The only exceptions to this are watches and stud earrings in pierced ears & these must be removed for P.E. and swimming It is easiest if earrings are not worn at all on PE days, where they are children will be asked to remove them themselves. We also request that ear-piercing is carried out at the beginning of the long summer holiday so that once the autumn term begins it is possible to remove the new earrings. Nail varnish is not suitable for school.

Personal Belongings

Children may not bring valuable personal items to school, as staff cannot be held responsible for them. Children are expected to take responsibility for their own school equipment, which must be named.

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