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School Uniform

Nursery Children

Plain grey skirt/pinafore

White polo-shirt

Red cardigan or jumper 

Grey socks or tights

Smart grey trousers

White polo shirt

Red jumper 

Grey socks

 

Summer

Summer

Summer red and white gingham dress

 

Smart grey shorts

 

 

 

Reception to Year 5

Tartan grey/red/black skirt or pinafore dress

White polo shirt

Red cardigan or jumper 

Grey socks or tights

Smart grey trousers

White polo shirt

Red jumper 

Grey socks

 

Summer

Summer

Summer red and white gingham dress

 

Grey shorts in place of pants

 

 

 

Year 6 Ambassadors

After consulting with our Year 5 children they are looking forward to taking on the role as leaders of our school as they move into their final year at Ashurst.  In line with this important responsibility, they will have different coloured jumpers (grey with red double stripe in the V neck) to rest of the school.  This will enable them to stand out as role models to the rest of the school.

 

Year 6 uniform September 2021

Tartan grey/red/black skirt or pinafore dress

White polo shirt

Grey cardigan or jumper with red double stripe on the V neckline

Grey socks or grey plain tights

Smart grey trousers

White polo shirt

Grey jumper with red double stripe on the V neckline

Grey socks

 

Summer

Summer

Summer red and white gingham dress

 

Smart grey shorts

 

 

Please note:

  • No trainers – black school shoes must be worn
  • No sandals worn
  • Hair accessories should be plain red or black with no multi-coloured hair accessories or large bows.

PE Uniform

From September 2021 children will continue to come into school in PE kits on their days for PE.  On these days children must wear the following PE uniform:

  • Black jogging bottoms with the new logo or black sports leggings 
  • White PE tops 
  • Black hoody tops 

Summer PE kit

  • Children will wear the usual red shorts and the white PE top 


Hairstyles

The school does not permit extreme fashion hairstyles such as tracks or mohicans. Extreme use of colour is also not allowed in school.

Long hair should be tied back for health and safety reasons.  Bobbles and headbands should be tasteful and in school colours.

 

Jewellery

The general policy is that NO jewellery is worn in school.

The governing body will allow small stud earrings but strongly recommend, for safety reasons, that earrings should not be worn for school. These earrings must be removed by the child before he/she will be allowed to take part in any P.E., Swimming or Games lessons.

No other jewellery, apart from a watch, may be worn in school. Watches must also be removed before he/she is allowed to take part in any P.E., Swimming or Games lessons.

Boots/wellies may be worn to walk to school on wet/snowy days but should be changed on arrival.

Nail varnish or nail extensions are not allowed.

Parents are asked to mark all their child’s clothing and other belongings with their name.