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Newsletter Sept 2017

Headteacher's Newsletter September 2017

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Northumberland School Admissions - Applications for High School 2018 now open

Northumberland School Admissions - Portal for High School 2018 Open

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St. Paul’s Primary School Uniform 

and New Primary Uniform

 

Our uniform can be ordered online, from our uniform supplier, Emblematic. The uniform is displayed in Foresters, Alnwick and samples of the uniform are available to try.

 

All pupils are expected to wear the official school uniform which has our school badge and is embroidered with the child’s name and are expected to be presented smartly, both in and out of school.

Please note that extreme/fashion hairstyles, e.g. skinhead, mohicans etc. are not permitted. Hair longer than shoulder-length must be tied back for hygiene and health & safety reasons.

 

The uniform can be viewed and ordered online from our suppliers, Emblematic.

 

Uniform for Boys from September 2017

Grey trousers
Forest Green school badged sweatshirt
White school badged polo shirt
Bottle Green Fleece Jacket – optional
Bottle Green Waterproof Jacket – optional

 

Uniform for Girls

Grey skirt, pinafore or trousers in Winter
Green and White Gingham Dress (optional in Summer)
Forest Green school badged sweatshirt or cardigan
White school badged polo shirt
Bottle Green Fleece Jacket – optional
Bottle Green Waterproof Jacket – optional

 

Footwear

Pupils should wear black school shoes. Trainers are not acceptable.

If your child brings Wellington boots please ensure that they are marked with the child’s name, then peg them together and leave in the Cloakroom.

 

PE

PE is a legal requirement of the National Curriculum and, as such, children must be suitably equipped. PE Kit is:

Black shorts
White t shirt
Plimsolls
PE bag to be kept in school on the child’s peg..

Pupils with long hair must have their hair tied back in PE and swimming lessons.

 

Jewellery

Jewellery should not be worn by children in school. Pupils who do wear jewellery may expose themselves and others to risk of serious injury, particularly during practical activities.

Reasonable exceptions to the rule that jewellery should not be worn might include the wearing of inexpensive watches and the use of "studs" by children who have recently had their ears pierced.

The piercing of ears does not exclude children from P.E. and parents must supply plasters to cover the studs. It should be noted that these must be removed by the child for PE and games activities six weeks after piercing.

 

 

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