Silver End Primary Academy is part of Connected Learning Multi Academy Trust along with five other schools. Each school has its own uniform, clearly outlined on the school's website. It is the expectation of all schools to ensure all pupils wear the correct uniform, including PE kit for PE and Games lessons. It is the uniform of a school that identifies it as a unique and individual community and it should be worn with pride.
This is to reinforce the school's commitment to this our own unique identity.
Chief Executive Officer
Connected Learning Multi Academy Trust
It is the expectation of the Trustees, in line with that of the Multi Academy Trust, that all children who attend the School to wear the correct uniform of the school.
Girls and boys
White tee-shirt/polo shirt [no logos- except the school logo or designs]
Plain black shorts [no logos or stripes]
Plain black [no markings or logos] plimsolls or plain black trainers [no markings or logos]
(Children do need a change of footwear for physical activities that is separate to their everyday school wear- this follows County guidance on Health and safety protocol).
For all children tracksuits/ jogging suits are recommended, for outside activities especially particularly when it is cold. These should be a dark colour such as black, navy or dark grey with no logos (Except the school logo).
Through the Tescos uniform link they sell Navy and Black hooded sweaters for outdoors PE with the school logo on.
Fleeces, sweatshirts and white polo shirts with the School logo are available to purchase via the link on the School website. Further details can be supplied by the School Office.
Jewellery, Hair Ornaments, Make-Up and Nail Varnish
For health and safety reasons we do not allow children to wear jewellery. The exceptions to this rule are earring studs in pierced ears (lobes only) and small objects of religious significance. Children are required to remove any items during PE lessons to prevent them from causing injury. Please note: Teachers are not permitted to remove earrings. Hair bands, ribbons/ bows or ‘scrunchies’ should be in school colours (maroon, black, white, or grey). Hair bands should not have large flowers attached. Make-up and nail varnish should not be worn to school unless for an out of school hours function, for example a school disco. Extreme hairstyles are not appropriate for school. The use of styling products should be kept to a minimum and children should not have decorative patterns cut into their hair, including shaved partings, or have hair coloured or dyed. Children will be asked to go to the break time room if they do not have the correct uniform and you will receive a phone call home from class teacher/ Mrs Hardy.
Girls Costume - no bikinis
Boys Trunks or swimming shorts of an appropriate length (not Bermuda shorts)
A swimming hat must be worn to keep the pool machinery free from hair.
All PE and Games kit must be clearly marked with your child’s name and kept in a bag which will hang easily on a cloakroom peg.
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