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Holbrook Primary School

Uniform

FROM 6TH JANUARY 2020 WE ARE CHANGING THE UNIFORM TO THE NEW SCHOOL LOGO

YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE THE REMAINING STOCK OF OLD LOGO DIRECTLY FROM SCHOOL UNTIL SUPPLIES RUN OUT – WE ARE NOT EXPECTING YOU TO CHANGE TO THE NEW LOGO IMMEDIATELY, ONLY ONCE YOUR CHILD REQUIRES IT OR WHEN THE SCHOOL RUNS OUT OF THE OLD STOCK

FROM 6TH JANUARY 2020 ONLY THE NEW LOGO WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE FROM BRIGADE 

Click here to access the brigade uniform website to order online

 

AS AN ALTERNATIVE YOU CAN ALSO PURCHASE UNIFORM FROM THE SKOOLKIT SHOP IN FAREHAM

You can also order online from Skoolkit – click here to access their website 

At Holbrook, we aim to foster a feeling of community within our school.  We prefer all children to wear school uniform.  We believe that it is smart, it gives the school an identity and it gives the child a sense of belonging.

We believe that both staff and pupils should dress appropriately for the activities they are undertaking.

We know that the majority of our parents want their children to wear school uniform and we hope that all parents will support our dress code.

Our school colours are navy, grey and white as follows:

  • Shirts, polo shirts and blouses  White
  • Trousers (long or short)  Grey, navy blue or black
  • Skirts and pinafore dresses  Grey or navy blue
  • Jumpers and cardigans  Grey or navy blue
  • Sweatshirts  Grey or navy blue

In summer, girls may wear a blue check or striped dress.

Items of uniform should be in plain colours.

Parents are asked to send in a P.E shirt in the colour of their child’s house.  Red, Green, Blue or Yellow

We ask parents to name all school clothing so that we can return it to the owner if it becomes lost.

Code of Dress

We ask parents not to send their children to school wearing:

  • Jeans
  • Unsuitable shoes, e.g. high heels or flip flops
  • Clothes with slogans or pictures of pop stars etc. printed on them
  • Beachwear e.g. bermuda shorts
  • Sportswear e.g. football or cycle shorts, shell suits or tracksuits
  • Make up or excessive amounts of hair gel
  • Jewellery
  • Fashionable hair styles e.g. ‘cut away designs, mohicans’

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