School Uniform

The uniform will be changing slightly from September and the list can be found below. The changes include the style of jumper, style of shirt and the wearing of a school tie.  (The idea of the school tie originated from pupils within school council, who then went on to choose the colours and design)

 

As a school we are going to be buying all of the children a tie. We are currently liaising with Crested School Wear the best way to do this during these unprecedented times.

Girls

 

  • Navy blue V-neck jumper with or without school logo

  • Navy blue Busill Jones cardigan with or without school logo

  • White blouse in the Autumn and Spring terms (polo shirts without a tie are allowed in the Summer term only)

  • Busill Jones school tie

  • Black tunic, skirt or trousers

  • White knee length socks or grey/black tights

  • Blue checked summer dress (to be worn in Summer term only

  • Black formal, hard-leather school shoes with flat heels

  • No trainers, canvas or leather pumps, or boots (please be aware that not all shoes sold as ‘school shoes’ are accepted under the uniform policy)

Boys

 

  • Navy blue V-neck jumper with or without school logo

  • White shirt in the Autumn and Spring terms (polo shirts without a tie are allowed in the Summer term only)

  • Busill Jones school tie

  • Black trousers

  • Grey or black socks

  • Black formal, hard-leather school shoes

  • No trainers, canvas or leather pumps, or boots (please be aware that not all shoes sold as ‘school shoes’ are accepted under the uniform policy)

Our Tie

 

​We have provided a tie for every child in the school. KS1, including nursery and reception children will have an elasticated tie. Years 3 - 6 will be expected to tie a normal tie. There are many different ways to tie a neck tie but we recommend the simplest and most common way - the four in hand. Mr Critchlow demonstrates how to do this. 

Parents are implored to MARK all items of clothing with the child’s name

We will keep a stock of shoes in school. Any child arriving in trainers or in shoes not adhering to our uniform expectations as stated above, will be given the shoes to wear during school hours.


Hair


Pupils’ hair must be tidy, its natural colour and of an acceptable length and style.
Hair that is medium or long in length must be tied back and no excessive hair styles are
permitted.

 

Sensible headbands (without pom-poms, fluffy animal type ears etc), bobbles and hair clips
can be worn. No Jo-Jo bows.

Cosmetics such as mascara, lipstick, eye liner, nail varnish etc. are not permitted.
Boys should have appropriate hairstyles and not have patterns or tram lines shaved into
their hair.


P.E Kit
 

All children are expected to wear the school P.E. kit which is a plain white T-Shirt,  black shorts and trainers or plimsolls. In cold weather, we would advise a tracksuit for outdoor PE.

Rings and Jewellery
 
The wearing of jewellery is not allowed at Busill Jones Primary School. Ear studs are allowed but they must be removed for P.E., games and swimming for obvious safety reasons. Other forms of body piercing are not allowed at our school.
 
Lost Clothing
 
We make every possible attempt to recover lost property. However this task is made much easier if all items of school clothing are marked with your child’s name either with a name label or indelible pen. At the end of each term, the Lost Property box will be placed in the foyer for people to view. Items remaining at the end of each term will be either disposed of or put into spare stock.

Valuables
 
Items of real value including mp3 players, PSP, DS, toys and mobile phones are not allowed in school. Whilst we exercise normal care in school we cannot guarantee the safekeeping of such items and so will not take responsibility for them.

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