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Uniform Information

At Fairways we are very proud of our uniform.  We strongly believe the principle ‘Look Smart, Think Smart’ and the message that looking smart conveys.  We would expect all parents to support the school in its efforts to achieve high standards of dress by ensuring that their children are dressed in full school uniform at all times.

 

We stock our own school uniform embroidered with the school logo which can be purchased on ParentMail. Order forms are also available at the school office.

 

We do not sell shirts, skirts, trousers & summer dresses these can be purchased from any store.

 

All children are expected to wear full school uniform as follows:

 

Boys

Grey trousers / shorts

Plain white shirt or polo shirt

Fairways fleece or sweatshirt

Plain socks

Black school shoes

Girls

Grey pinafore / skirt / trousers / shorts

   Plain white blouse or polo shirt

Fairways fleece or sweatshirt

Plain socks/tights

Black school shoes

 

School ties & showerproof jackets are optional.
 

It is essential that children wear appropriate clothing for PE, which comprises of:

 

PE Shorts - green cotton

T - Shirt - gold with Fairways logo

                     Black Plimsolls                        (no trainers for indoor lessons)

Plain Tracksuit (for outdoor lessons)

Black Trainers (only for outdoor lessons)

A drawstring bag to keep PE kit in (named)

 

Please note that earrings need to be removed on the days that PE sessions take place.

 

Other items of school uniform that are available to purchase include: winter hats, baseball caps, book bags, PE bags, rucksacks & water bottles.

 

The school cannot be responsible for lost uniform or other items; it is up to your child to look after their own belongings.  Uniform and other possessions must be named.

 

Jewellery must not be worn to school. Children who have pierced ears may wear flush fitting studs only. Children may wear an appropriate watch. Jewellery must be removed for PE. The school cannot be responsible for the loss or damage to valuables or clothing.

 

Boys and girls with long hair should have it tied back with a discrete hair tie (small and preferably school colours) and not large colourful bows. Extreme hair styles (including designs shaved into the hair and hair being dyed) and make-up are not acceptable.

 

 

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