At Fox Hill Primary School we like our children to wear uniform as this fosters a feeling of pride and belonging to the school.
Winter: Grey or black trousers for girls or boys
Grey pinafore dress or skirt of suitable length for girls
White school polo shirt.
Burgundy school sweatshirt for boys/girls
Burgundy school cardigan for girls.
Grey school tights for girls or grey school socks for boys.
Sensible, black school shoes.
Summer: Pale blue and white check school dress for girls.
White knee high or ankle socks for girls.
Grey school shorts (not PE shorts) for boys.
White school polo shirt for boys.
Grey school socks for boys.
Sensible, black sandals or shoes.
Burgundy, school cap (available from school office £4.00).
KS1 / Nursery, Legionnaire’s Cap (available from school office £4.00)
All School uniform can be purchased from Brigade http://www.brigade.uk.com/direct/index.php or
Tesco My clothing https://myclothing.com/fox-hill-primary-school/5484.school
Unless the school has written instructions to the contrary, staff will try to find children a clean (second hand) uniform if they do not come to school in one.
In the interests of hygiene we insist that children have a change of clothing for PE and games. PE items are to be kept in a clearly named school PE bag (available from the school office £5.50) and may be left in school from Monday to Friday and taken home to be washed at week-ends.
PE & Games: Burgundy polo shirt with school fox logo
Black PE shorts.
Black jogging bottoms & sweatshirt for cold weather.
Sports socks or a change of socks.
Plimsolls for KS1 children. & Trainers for KS2 children.
Jewellery – for health and safety reasons jewellery of any kind should not be worn to school. If your child has pierced ears only stud earrings may be worn and these must be removed or covered with surgical tape during PE.
Watches – these are allowed for children who can tell the time, but must be removed for PE.
Hair – hair should be tied back, if not children will be supplied with an elastic band.
School Reading Folder - for reading books and homework (available from school office £5.50)
Pencil Case – KS2 children only. This should be as small as possible to fit in school trays and contain half a dozen coloured pencils (no gel pens please!) a pencil sharpener and two HB pencils.
Children will not need a handwriting pen until they have been granted a Pen License in KS2. Parents may then discuss suitable ink pens with the class teacher, as we have found fountain pens to be very messy.