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Uniform

Children are expected to dress in our Outwoods uniform which is based on the colours of bottle green jumper or cardigan, gold yellow polo t-shirt and grey trousers, shorts or skirt. In warmer weather girls may wear gingham dresses in the school colours.                                                                                                                                                                Children are to wear black shoes or plain black trainers. (We suggest a sensible shoe without a heel for safety). If children need to walk to school in alternative shoes and change on arrival - that will be fine. And in the instance of bad weather, alternative shoes can be worn to walk to school. Teachers will advise if wellies are required for the children to play or work outdoors.

Our PE kit is a white t-shirt and black shorts. Reception children are not required to bring trainers to school initially - the teacher will advise parents when they start doing outdoor PE. When PE is done in the hall children will be barefoot so please advise the class teacher if your child has a verruca. Jewellery must be removed for PE. 

Click here for School Uniform Information

Here are the links to the companies who stock our uniform -

School Trends 

https://www.schooltrends.co.uk/uniform/OutwoodsPrimarySchoolCV91EH

Schoolwear Solutions

https://www.schoolwearsolutions.com/product-category/our-schools/Outwoods-primary-school/

 

 

'"This is a good school." "All pupils...are well supported and make good progress from their starting points." ’Ofsted 2017
'"There is a pleasant and calm atmosphere in the school." "Pupils feel safe at school, they trust adults and know there is always someone to turn to if they need help." ’Ofsted 2017
'"Pupils enjoy their school life, especially the opportunities they have to learn through a variety of activities." "Pupils readily engage in activities and develop their curiosity and an appetite for learning ’Ofsted 2017