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  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School
  • Alvechurch Road, West Heath, Birmingham
  • West Midlands, B31 3PN
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Uniform Information

UNIFORM

Full school uniform must be worn every day. Our crested jumpers and cardigans can be purchased from 'Clive Marks' and 'Kids Essentials'.

 

BoysGirls
Bottle Green Pullover (Crested)Bottle Green Cardigan/Pullover (Crested)
Grey Trousers/Grey ShortsGrey Skirt/Pinafore/Grey Trousers
White ShirtWhite Shirt
Grey/White SocksGrey/White Socks*

 *Black shoes without logos etc (Not trainers) 

*Black shoes without logos etc (Not trainers) 
School TieSchool Tie
Suitable coat/jacketSuitable coat/jacket

 

 

*Reception Class wear polo shirts and do not need to wear a tie.

*Warm knitted tights may be worn in winter (white, black, grey or bottle green only).
*Please also note that black trainer type shoes must be plain and must not have any coloured marks, ticks, logos.

 

SUMMER UNIFORM (usually worn after Easter until October half term)

BoysGirls
Grey Trousers/Grey ShortsGrey Skirt/Grey Shorts/Pinafore/Grey Trousers/Summer green checked or striped dress
White Shirt *White Shirt *
Sandals or black shoes (Not trainers) Sandals or black shoes (Not trainers) 

 Grey/White Socks

Grey/White Socks

 

* Or white short sleeved polo shirt (Summer term and Autumn 1 only).

NB: Winter uniform may of course be worn all year if you wish.

 

P.E. KIT  - Black pumps, White T-shirt, black joggers (plain) and black PE shorts are required for all PE lessons. Pumps should be sent in to school contained in a suitable labelled ‘pump’ bag. PE kits are worn on your child’s PE day. Swimming kit is also required for selected classes - you will be informed if your class is on the rota for this.

 

Please ensure that ALL CLOTHES ARE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME (UNIFORM AND KIT).

JEWELLERY
Please note that jewellery, of any kind (including stud ear-rings), is not allowed for Health and Safety reasons. If you are having your child’s ears pierced, it is best practice to have these done in the longer six week holiday period in the summer term to avoid upset to your child. We have been advised that 6 weeks is the maximum necessary for ears to heal. From Y2 upwards, children will be asked to remove their own ear-rings and keep them in a safe place. If a child’s ears have not healed in six weeks and are infected because of piercing, please seek medical advice or leave them out altogether until the ears have healed.

 

HAIR

Long hair must be fully tied back in a ponytail, plait or bun to keep head lice at bay. Only ‘conventional’ hairstyles are acceptable. Styles such as closely shaven heads, ticks/stripes/Mohicans shaved into head, heavily gelled hair etc are not acceptable. Short hairstyles must be above collar length and of a tidy appearance. Hair needs to be combed back off the face, tied up if long and fringes kept out of children’s eyes so that they can see the board properly and move around the school safely.

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