School Dress Code
New End has a dress code that must be adhered to at all times.  Children should look presentable.  Wearing clothes with logos and or messages (e.g.; football shirts) is not allowed.  Jewellery is also not allowed, although stud earrings are permitted. 

Please ensure that your child wears sensible clothing and shoes that are appropriate for school.  They should be able to dress and undress themselves as we encourage them to look after themselves as much as possible.  Please do not send your child in special clothes as, in spite of our best efforts, clothes can occasionally get spoilt.  Please take account of the weather each day as your child spends over an hour in the playground during breaks each day.  In summer we encourage hats and a coating of sun cream before arriving at school, and discourage bare shoulders and backs.  In winter, please ensure that your child has a suitably warm coat and a hat and gloves.

New End has a voluntary school uniform.  It consists of:

  • Burgundy fleece/sweatshirt with school logo
  • Blue/burgundy polo-shirt with school logo
  • Grey skirts, shorts, trousers or tracksuit bottoms
  • Light blue gingham summer dress

The fleeces, sweatshirts and polo-shirts are available from www.yourschooluniform.com along with school book bags, rucksacks and baseball caps.   Parents may also order at the school through a parent representative on a named day.  The day and times for this are displayed on the notice boards around the school. 

All children from Year One upwards must have a PE kit.  This PE kit consists of:

  • Burgundy t-shirt with school logo
  • Black or navy shorts
  • A change of plimsolls/trainers
  • Tracksuit during the winter months
  • Children in Reception will have PE lessons in their underclothes (unless parents provide a kit) as it is often too difficult for them to change by themselves.

All children must wear a New End T-shirts  when taken outside the school on trips, visits and performances. 

Please mark all your child’s clothes clearly with your child’s name.  Children’s clothes are expensive.  The school cannot be held responsible for lost items but we do our best to find them.  This is made easier if the clothes are clearly labelled.

Lost property is found in a box by the staffroom on the ground floor.





   
 
   
 
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