School Uniform

 

We aim to promote a sense of responsibility in children by encouraging them to come to school dressed appropriately for their school day.  

Sweatshirts and fleeces with the Brooksward school logo can be purchased from Maisies on Church Street in Wolverton. Their telephone number is 01908 313313.

Alternatively you can place an order online using their site  http://www.school-kit.co.uk/brooksward-school-uniform/

 

 

Winter Uniform        

Jade or black sweatshirt or cardigan with Brooksward logo

Jade or white polo shirt 

Black or dark grey trousers or skirt - No jeans, jeggings or leggings may be worn.

Black fleece with Brooksward logo (optional)

Sensible black flat shoes - No sandals, boots or trainers* (*other than for PE) may be worn with black or white socks

Hijabs should be in school colours, black, green or white only

Hair accessories should be in school colours, black, green or white only

 

Summer Uniform

 

Green and white checked dress

Smart tailored shorts in plain black or grey may be worn

Jade or white polo shirt

Sensible black flat shoes - No sandals, boots or trainers* (*other than for PE) may be worn with black or white socks

Hijabs should be in school colours, black, green or white only

Hair accessories should be in school colours, black, green or white only

 

P.E. Kit

 

Round, neck plain white tshirt

Black PE shorts

Black Plimsolls for indoor PE and trainers for outdoor

Warm outdoor PE kit should be brought in during the colder weather - sweatshirt, tracksuit and trainers

PE kit should be brought to school in a named PE bag. These are available from the office

Earrings should be removed for safety reasons or covered with micropore tape brought in from home. Long hair should be tied back securely with a hair band

Swimming:

In Year 3, children have approximately sixteen swimming lessons over the course of a term. They will need a swimming costume or trunks and a towel

Please label all clothing as the school cannot accept responsibility for lost property. If unnamed, it is extremely difficult to ensure lost property gets back to its original owner.

 

Children should come to school each day properly equipped with:

 

  • Home School Diary
  • Reading book
  • Refillable, named water bottle

 

No jewellery other than one pair of small ear studs

No makeup or nail varnish to be worn

Long hair should be tied back securely with a hair band

 

Reading Bags and PE Bags:

 

These are available to purchase from the school office

 

 

Swimming:

In Year 3, children have approximately ten swimming lessons over the course of a term They will need a swimming costume or trunks and a towel

Please label all clothing as the school cannot accept responsibility for lost property. If unnamed, it is extremely difficult to ensure lost property gets back to its original owner.

 

Children should come to school each day properly equipped with:

  • Home School Diary
  • Reading book
  • Refillable, named water bottle

 

No jewellery other than one pair of small ear studs

No makeup or nail varnish to be worn

Long hair should be tied back securely with a hair band

Hair styles should be smart and sensible. Brooksward does not permit extreme haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children. Eg. Mowhawk style,  shaved patterns, coloured braids or beads, large bows.

 Hair accessories should be simple and  in school colours, black, green or white only

 

 

Reading Bags and PE Bags:

 

These are available to purchase from the school office

 

 

Failure to comply with the school policy:

In the first instance, the child will be spoken to regarding the reason for their lack of uniform or PE kit and, should the need arise, parents will be spoken to also.

Parents will be asked to bring in correct uniform or have resolved this by the following day.

Should this not be possible, or should parents refuse, then the children will be offered alternative uniform/PE kit supplied by the school.

Students who wear make-up/nail varnish or jewellery will be required to remove these.

Persistent and defiant non-compliance with the policy will result in an appropriate sanction in line with the schools behavior policy.