Children are expected to wear clothing in the school uniform colours of:
Jade green sweatshirt or cardigan with or without the School logo
Lemon polo shirt - plain
Black/Grey trousers or skirt, black or grey socks/tights and sensible black shoes or trainer style shoes in solid black.
All uniform can be purchased from:
The Uniform Shop - 25A Union Street, Halifax, HX1 1PR. Logo sweatshirts/cardigans, black school trousers, plain black book bags
Shaw Hardcastle - 20 Commercial Street, Halifax, HX1 1TB. Logo sweatshirts/cardigans, Logo velcro book bag, Logo satchel style book bag.
Asda Online - Jade green sweatshirts (plain), lemon polo shirts
Supermarkets, Halifax Borough Market, Marks and Spencer - lemon polo shirts, school trousers and skirts.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO MARK YOUR CHILD’S NAME ON EACH ITEM OF UNIFORM, PARTICULARLY SWEATSHIRTS, CARDIGANS AND POLO SHIRTS! They are all the same colour and it helps pupils and staff to identify and reunite people with any lost property when items are named.
On PE days, pupils come to school in their PE kit. PE kit comprises of:
Black shorts or jogging bottoms
Plain t-shirt in the same colour as your child's team. (First t-shirt is provided by school, free of charge)
Black plimsolls or plain black trainers
Black Tracksuit top
Currently, children in Year 5 go swimming every Tuesday afternoon. Children require a labelled swimming bag containing a swimming costume and towel. Goggles are not encouraged. They should only be required when chemicals are a problem, or for medical reasons. Jewellery should not be worn.
Hair should be suitably cut for school with no shaved motifs. Long hair should be tied back away from the face.
Pupils may, if they wish, wear headscarves. Scarves should be of a shorter length and fit without the aid of a pin. Headscarves should be black in colour.
School book bags can be purchased from Shaw Hardcastles (two styles in Jade green with the school logo on) or from The Uniform Shop (plain black). These are used to keep reading books and diaries in good condition.
Jewellery is discouraged in school. The only jewellery allowed in school are single earring studs in pierced ears or a wristwatch.
A taweez (prayer from the Quran) may be attached to the inside of a jumper or cardigan by a very small safety pin. Children should not wear a taweez on a cord around the neck.
If a child comes to school wearing any other item of jewellery, they will be asked to remove it and to leave it at home in future.