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School Uniform

The school expects all children to wear school uniform and has chosen garments for their comfort, smartness and easy care. Huckleberry have made every effort to consider all of our pupils with SEND and their sensory needs. As such, we have different types of clothing options and are flexible to the different materials that your child is able to wear. We do however, respectfully ask that you follow our school colours for us to unify our pupils and school community. 

     

    Main Uniform

    • Grey or black skirt, tunic, shorts or trousers
    • White polo T-shirt
    • Purple or grey school sweatshirt with the school logo (Please note that these will be provided by the school at no cost to families)
    • Purple and white checked dress for summer is optional
    • Black shoes for indoor use and a trainer-style pair to change into for outdoor use (i.e. outdoor play/ climbing frame / outdoor PE).
    • Wellington boots are also required during the autumn / spring as the grass can become very wet, and also for Forest School sessions. These can be left at School. 

     

    We request that all items of clothing are clearly labelled with your child's name.

     

    If you need support with any uniform purchases then please contact the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher. 

     

    School bags

    • A reading book bag will be provided by the school.
    • Please provide you child with a labelled drinking bottle.
    • Children may also bring in a backpack if they wish to do so which may include a spare set of clothing.

     

    The wearing of jewellery in school, apart from watches, is not allowed. If a child has pierced ears, a single pair of stud earrings is permitted, but they must be removed or covered for all forms of PE. Hair gel and nail varnish are not allowed. Hair accessories should be small and in school colours only.