All official school uniform can be purchased through ‘Broadwater Sports Embroidery Service‘. If you would like a quick and easy way to name your child’s clothes and to help the school at the same time, then log on to stamptastic.co.uk and order your stamp – the school will receive commission and you will save hours of time.
Navy Gossops Green sweatshirt or cardigan
White polo top
Black or dark grey trousers or skirt
White long socks or navy/black tights (grey or black socks may be worn with long trousers)
Summer uniform can be worn from the beginning of May to the end of the September. (As per Winter uniform but with the following additional options:)
Dress blue white stripes or check
Girls who need to keep their legs covered for relgious reasons may wear leggings under their dresses
White short socks
Black or dark grey tailored shorts
Navy Gossops Green sweatshirt
White polo shirt
Black or grey trousers
Grey or black socks
(As Winter uniform but with the following additional options:)
Black or grey tailored shorts
School shoes for boys and girls:
Black or navy only
Shoes must have covered toes and heels
PE kit for girls and boys consists of;
A t-shirt in their house colour
White ankle socks
White or black trainers or football boots can be worn foroutsideactivities
Drawstring bag for PE kit to be kept in school
For winter outdoor games;
A complete change of clothes, including socks, is essential in case pupils become wet or cold
Warm top/track suit or sweatshirt and leggings with shorts – plain black or navy
Trainers – white or black (with velcro fastenings for pupils who cannot tie laces)
Additional Requirements – Reception and Year 1
A waterproof pinafore or overall for painting etc
Waterproof over trousers and cagoule
Swimming – Year 3 Only
Swimming costume for girls
Swimming trunks for boys (long, baggy shorts, leggings or T-shirts will not be acceptable)
Swimming hat for children with long hair
Children are not permitted to wear jewellery in school with the exception of watches, religious items and small, stud earrings (should a child have pierced ears).
All jewellery must be removed for P.E. lessons. Recently pierced ears must be taped up with micropore tape provided by the parents. This will only be permitted for up to six weeks.
Long hair should be tied up at all times. Extreme hairstyles e.g. dyed hair, hair gel or shaved patterns are not appropriate for school
Should any parents have any difficulty providing their child with the correct form of dress, it is hoped they will contact the Principal who will deal with the matter in the strictest confidence.
All items of clothing worn for school should be clearly labelled with the child’s name.