Free School Lunches for Primary 1 to 3, January 2015
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Parents are asked to co-operate with the school in encouraging the wearing of the school uniform.
The uniform was agreed in consultation with parents, pupils, staff and the Parent Council.
It incorporates a range of popular items of dress, e.g. sweatshirts, T-shirts.
Wearing school uniform contributes to a positive school ethos and helps avoid discrimination and reduces peer pressure to wear expensive designer clothing.
Grey skirt or pinafore or black/grey trousers Grey trousers
White blouse or School polo shirt White or grey shirt or School
School Tie } or school polo shirt
Navy pullover or cardigan} sweatshirt School Tie } or school
Black School shoes Navy pullover} sweatshirt
Blue checked gingham School dress Black School shoes
Our blazer is black, with a school badge.
A stock of sweatshirts (£8.50), polo shirts (£8.00) and ties (£3.00) are available to purchase from the school office. Other items such as waterproof jackets and fleeces can be ordered by the office.
A school’s reputation can also be enhanced in the local community by the wearing of school uniform and school security will be improved as it will be easier to identify intruders.
The appropriate clothing and footwear for PE is a T-shirt, shorts and gym shoes with non-marking soles. These are necessary for health and safety reasons and your co-operation is requested to ensure that pupils are equipped to participate in the PE lessons.
Please ensure that all items of clothing are clearly labelled, particularly ties, sweat shirts and PE equipment which are often lost.
A protective apron or an old shirt should be worn for art and craft activities.
Please help us by ensuring that pupils do not bring valuable or expensive items of clothing to school.
If you have any queries regarding the school’s dress code, please contact the school office. Please find an order form in the link below.
Footwear and Clothing Grants
Grants for footwear and clothing for children are available to parents receiving:
- Child Tax Credit, but not working tax credit, with an annual income of less than £ 15,860
- income support
- jobseekers allowance[income-based]
- support under Par V1of the Immigration & Asylum Act 1999
- Income related element of Employment and Support Allowance
Information on free school meals and clothing grants is available on the www.edinburgh.gov.uk website. Applications for free school meals and clothing grants can be made by contacting Grants, Awards and Placements,
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