Uniform

 

Our Uniform is very important to our school. The logo represents our new school that has brought together the two adjoining village communities of Boughton-under-Blean and Dunkirk and is an important symbol of our new school community. Children are therefore expected to wear our new school uniform to foster a sense of belonging.

Girls’ Uniform

White shirt or red or white polo shirt

Grey skirt or grey/black trousers

Red school sweatshirt/cardigan or a school fleece

White, or dark coloured tights or socks

Dark Shoes (low heeled and sensible) - no sandals

Red and white checked dress (summer only)

Boys’ uniform

White shirt or red or white polo shirt

Grey or black long trousers or grey shorts

Red school sweatshirt/cardigan or a school fleece

Dark coloured socks

Dark Shoes (low heeled and sensible)

 

 

PE Kit (in named drawstring bag please)

Plain Black shorts,

Red round necked Boughton T-shirt

Sweatshirt or Boughton hoodie

Black plimsolls

Juniors will in addition need:

Tracksuits (or equivalent warm clothing)

Trainers

Hats/Hair Coverings:

Children may not wear hats, caps, handkerchiefs, bandanas, dorags, scarves, or other head coverings indoors at school. Exceptions can be made for religious and/or medical reasons.

Hair:

Hair should be neat, brushed and tied back if long –for both girls and boys. It should not have tramlines, dyed elements, Mohicans or similar.

Earrings:

Earrings if worn must only be small studs and either be removed by the child or left at home on PE days.

Necklaces/Chains/Watches:

Necklaces and chains are not permitted.

Watches can be worn, but must be removed by the child for sporting activities or lessons involving water.

Shirts/Jackets:

No other sweatshirts, jackets, or sweaters are allowed to be worn inside the building.

Feet:

Trainers are not permitted for daily wear, they are for occasional outside games only. Wellington style boots are only permitted on snowy or very wet days. Luminous socks or highly patterned tights are not considered school uniform.

Hands/Nails:

Children may not wear bracelets armbands, or multiple rings. Nails should be free of any artificial enhancements (acrylic, silk wraps, press-ons, rhinestones, etc.)

Dress-Down or Non-Uniform Days:

A dress down day allows a child to express his/her individuality through their attire. The expectation is for the child to wear garments that fit appropriately and

are non-offensive. Any article of clothing that is deemed inappropriate for a dress down day, will result in the child being required to change into school uniform.

Sometimes for school trips other clothing is requested, please consider appropriateness for the weather conditions expected.


Health and Safety

For safety reasons jewellery must not be worn in school. Only watches and stud earrings may be worn if necessary but they must be removed for P.E. lessons by your child.


Boughton under Blean and Dunkirk school bags

Where to Buy your Uniform

The complete range of school uniform including sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts and PE kit can be ordered from the school office. We also sell school coats, rucksacks and hoodies via Mapac (our online store) http://www.mapac.com/education/parents/uniform/boughtonunderbleandunkirkprimaryme13. Please click here for a SCHOOL_UNIFORM_PRICE_LIST.pdf and SCHOOL_UNIFORM_ORDER_FORM.pdf. Payment can be made by cash or cheque via the school office or online via Schoolcomms.

Please ensure all items of school clothing are marked with your child’s name.

 
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Future Events
 

KS1 Nativity 2 pm

Wednesday, 6 December, 2017

 
 

KS1 Nativity 2 pm

Thursday, 7 December, 2017

 
 

Christmas Fayre

Friday, 8 December, 2017

 
 

School Christmas Dinner

Tuesday, 12 December, 2017

 
 

KS2 Carol Concert 2pm

Thursday, 14 December, 2017

 
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