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Hart Plain Junior School

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School Uniform

Pupils who attend Hart Plain Junior School are proud to belong to the school and should wish to be identified with us by wearing the school uniform. The school has adopted a school colours approach to uniform. We have liaised with both Hart Plain Infant School and The Cowplain School, to ensure that the uniform is as flexible as possible with regard to your child’s progress through school. The co-operation of parents in ensuring a full and correct maintenance of the uniform is requested. School jumpers are available from the office.

Our uniform is not gender specific. 

Uniform Expectations 

  • Plain black trousers or skirt (not jeans, cords or track suit style trousers and no decoration)
  • Smart plain white shirt/blouse or white polo shirt
  • Jade school sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo (available from the school office)
  • Black shoes (no logos or branding) 

Summer Alternatives:  

  • Black tailored shorts or jade gingham dress  (as an optional alternative to trousers or a skirt)

 

 

P. E. Kit

County regulations dictate that for gymnastic and movement lessons in the school hall children must be barefoot, even if they have cuts, blisters or a verruca. If these are split and or painful they could be covered with a sticking plaster. Trainers or  plimsolls should be worn for outdoor games.

Earrings must either be removed or covered with tape. Tape must be brought in from home.

  • House Colour T-shirt (red, blue, green, purple or yellow - this will be provided by the school) 
  • Black shorts
  • White socks      
  • Black track suit can be worn in the autumn/winter 

All children will be supplied with a coloured T-shirt as they join Hart Plain Junior School the colour will depend on the house they have been assigned to: Red, Purple, Blue, Green or Yellow. 

Siblings within the school will be issued with the same colour.    

All children must have a named drawstring P.E. bag for their PE kit. 

Please note: Amendments have been made for the COVID-19 risk assessment: children should come to school in their PE kit on their PE day each week 

 
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