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James Wolfe Primary School - Years 4,5 & 6 Only (Royal Hill), Royal Hill Campus, Royal Hill , Greenwich, Greater London, SE10 8RZ
to our Direct To Parents service provided by School Trends. Here you
can order and pay for your school uniform. There are no minimum
order quantities and your uniform will be delivered directly to your
well as our approved decorated school uniform, you are also able to
order plain items such as trousers, skirts and shirts.
Items from the PLAIN RANGE are NOT part of our school uniform but you may purchase trousers and skirts from here if you wish.
Trends aim for the highest standards in both quality and service. We
feel that they supply clothing that represents excellent value for
the garments are purpose made for the school wear market to ensure
they are hard wearing and durable.
orders also go through a number of stringent checks made from the
initiation of orders through to the delivery of merchandise.
Manufacturing and production is constantly audited to maintain and
improve quality design.
ordering information including sizes, delivery information and the
returns procedure is also available here.
hope you will find using this new service an improvement in how our
school uniform is supplied.
Stephen Harris, Head Teacher
school uniform policy is based on the notion that a school uniform
promotes a sense of pride in the school, looks smart and is practical
and makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance.
James Wolfe School uniform is a navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan with
the school logo on it, worn with a polo shirt (navy blue or white)
and dark trousers or skirts (navy blue, black or grey). Girls may
wear blue gingham dresses. Shorts may be worn in the summer. Sensible
footwear should be worn.
logo is required on the school jumper, but is not required on any
other item of clothing.
PE the uniform is a white T-shirt, blue shorts, white or blue socks,
and a pair of trainers. For outdoor PE sessions pupils should also
wear a pair of blue tracksuit bottoms.
are required to wear the uniform to school at all times for pupils in
Reception to Year 6. Uniform is not required for nursery pupils.
pupils must wear the uniform when representing the school at events
off school property. Children are at all times ambassadors for the
school, and never more so than when larger groups are on school
trips. The children should wear the uniform with pride, as it
identifies them as pupils of James Wolfe School.
pupils should wear the PE uniform when they are representing James
Wolfe at inter-school sporting events.
with pierced ears may wear a single stud-earring or a pair of
stud-earrings to school. For safety reasons, children must not wear
rings to school. Long hair is to be tied back.
must not wear make-up or nail polish.
shoes children wear should be sensible for both learning and play
time, so strapless shoes, flip-flops and shoes with high heels are
jeans are not acceptable for trousers.
strips are not acceptable for PE lessons.
ask all parents who send their children to James Wolfe to support the
school uniform policy. We believe that parents have a duty to send
their children correctly dressed and ready for work. One of the
responsibilities of parents is to ensure that their child has the
correct uniform, and that it is clean and in good repair.
Headteacher will decide what is to be done if a pupil’s appearance
is judged to be inappropriate. If any pupil arrives at school dressed
inappropriately, they will either be asked to change what they are
wearing or be given a shared-use uniform to wear for the rest of day.
Headteacher is responsible for enforcing the James Wolfe uniform
policy and has the full support of the school’s governors.
any parent would like the school to modify the uniform policy, they
should first speak to the headteacher. The school welcomes children
from all backgrounds and faith communities.
governing body implements the school uniform policy. It works with
the Headteacher to ensure that the policy is implemented fairly and
with sensitivity. It is the responsibility of the governors to ensure
that the school uniform meets all regulations concerning equal
ensure that the school uniform policy helps children to dress
sensibly, in clothing that is hard wearing, safe and practical.
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