Uniform in September
Children should wear full school uniform every day unless they have PE.
Dress code is as follows:
White school plain or school logo (infants may wear red) polo shirt (no blouses) tucked into trousers or skirt.
Red sweatshirt (infants)/Royal blue sweatshirt (juniors) or cardigan.
Black trousers (infants may wear grey), skirt or pinafore. Skirts must be knee length and not made of a lycra material.
Black or white socks or tights.
Plain black school shoes or plain black trainers should be worn. Boots or heels are not acceptable. (In the event of wet weather should your child wear different shoes to get to school, they must be changed at school to the correct shoes as described above).
Ernehale Junior/ Infant School fleeces and jackets are also available for outside wear.
Royal blue (juniors)/ red (infants) gingham or stripe dress. (Optional summer wear)
Black (infants may wear grey) school shorts - not lycra or jogger material. (Optional summer wear)
Please ensure that during hot spells pupils wear sunscreen and bring a sun hat.
On PE days the uniform is adapted to:
White PE T-Shirt (logo optional)
Black or navy leggings, shorts or jogging bottoms. With minimal branding/logos/ design.
Plain black or navy sweatshirt or zip up jogging jacket (for colder days)
Plain black trainers, minimal branding/logos
As ever, we strongly encourage you to label all jumpers and cardigans. We will always try to return all labelled items back to their owner.
Just Schoolwear in Arnold ( https://just-schoolwear.co.uk/ ). You can phone them on 0115 9652869, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit them at 12 High Street Arnold Nottingham, NG5 7DZ.
Alternatively, please visit the PFA Secondhand uniform shop on Squid to buy good quality used logo items at only £3 each.
If a hat is required to provide protection from the weather, it must be plain and without logo/decoration.
Items of headwear worn for religious reasons must be one solid colour.
Hair colour should be natural.
Hair should be tied back for school, if past shoulder length.
Extreme hairstyles are not allowed.
If worn, hair accessories should be simple neutral, blue (juniors), red (infants) or white bobbles, clips or headbands.
No make-up should be worn.
Nails should be an appropriate length for the learning environment.
No nail varnish should be worn.
No acrylic or false nails.
For those with pierced ears, a single pair of plain stud earrings can be worn in the lobe of each ear, these must be removed for PE.
No other jewellery is allowed, apart from watches.
If parents wish their child to have their ears pierced we ask that this is done at the start of the summer holiday so it is fully healed by the start of term.