Uniform

We believe wearing school uniform encourages our children to feel a sense of pride and ownership in the school.

Our school logo is the Bramley Fish. We encourage our children to wear our school colours and clothes bearing the Bramley Fish logo, and have the expectation that parents and carers will support this policy by endeavouring to ensure the guidelines are followed.

We have based our policy and subsequently the style of school uniform upon sound health and safety requirements.

Updated School Uniform List

In recent years there have been slight changes to what is allowed and not allowed regarding school uniform. This has led to some mixed messages and, for this we apologise. Please see the updated school uniform list below.

Clothing Item

Colour and Design

Skirt or Pinafore Dress

Navy or Grey

For the summer, blue and white gingham check dress

Trousers or Shorts

Grey or Black

Shirt or Polo Shirt

White

Jumper/Cardigan

Preferably - School sweatshirt/cardigan

Alternatively – plain royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan

Socks or Tights (with shorts, a dress, trousers or a skirt)

White, Grey, Navy

Footwear

Plain, sensible, black, low heeled shoes or boots for the winter

PE Kit

Light blue T Shirt or polo

Black or navy shorts

Trainers or plimsolls

Change of socks

Plain navy or black tracksuits (without obvious logos) may be worn in cold weather

Jewellery   

Under Health & Safety guidance it is neither safe nor appropriate for children to wear jewellery in school. The school cannot and will not accept responsibility for loss or damage to watches or jewellery worn to school.

Only one pair of flat studs are permitted. Children with pierced ears should have studs removed before they come to school on PE days. This is the responsibility of parents. No member of staff will be expected to remove or replace earrings. If a child has recently had ear piercing completed, the earrings may be covered with sticking plasters provided by parents. 

All clothing and shoes should be clearly marked with the child’s name.

All clothing and shoes should be clearly marked with the child’s name. To assist with labelling of clothes, shoes, water bottles etc you can purchase name tags from www.mynametags.com entering the School ID code 22325 will allow the school to earn a commission on your order. Ordering information can also be collected from the school office.

All uniform can be purchased from School Kit, 12 Church St, Basingstoke.

Other Clothing

The children should bring a PE kit into school in a suitable bag. This should be brought into school on Monday. The PE kit will be left in the cloakroom area until Friday, when it should be taken home for washing.

Forest School

Year R and Year 1 take part in Forest Schools and they require a full change of clothes for this including long sleeved tops and trousers, waterproof trousers and jackets and wellies. In the winter you want to provide hats and gloves and thick welly socks. Forest Schools take place no matter the weather.

Lost Property

We endeavour to return all property found in school to the correct owner, if the item has been named. As we have very limited storage space, we store all lost property for two weeks. After this time, we donate all unmarked clothes, shoes and other items to the School Association Nearly New Uniform Shop and other charitable concerns.

Please contact the school office, if you need to discuss your child’s school uniform