Uniform and PE kit
All pupils at Normanby wear our School Uniform. We strongly encourage the wearing of our school uniform and school shoes or plain trainers, by all pupils throughout the year.
All children, from Foundation through to Year 6 are expected to comply with these rules.
Year 1 – Year 6 Uniform
|Sweatshirts, cardigans & sweaters||Navy|
|Polo shirts & t-shirts||White|
|Trousers, joggers, skirts & pinafore dresses||Black or grey|
(may be worn by girls in summer although parents should remember these may not be suitable for all activities)
|School fleeces & cagoules are also available||Blue or Black|
Foundation Stage Uniform
|Polo shirts & t-shirts||Light blue|
|Trousers, joggers, leggings, culottes or shorts||Black or grey|
|Sweatshirt or cardigan||Navy|
(preferably velcro fastener)
All uniform may be ordered through the school office, or via the Learning Platform. In order to keep costs as low as we can we have two ‘official’ suppliers. You are welcome to select unbadged clothing, albeit in the School Colours, if you so wish from alternative sources.
Sportswear, including football shirts, denims, jeans and fashion clothing and footwear are not allowed.
Your child must have a PE kit of navy or black shorts, plain T shirt (not a football shirt) and plimsolls, kept in a PE bag and in school on every PE day. An outdoor kit is also required during colder months.
Please ensure your child remembers to bring their kit to School on Monday, to save you the inconvenience of you having to bring it to school for your childs lessons during the week. PE kits may be left in school between lessons.
Children having swimming lessons will also need a swimming costume (not bikini) or swimming trunks (not shorts) and a towel.
The wearing of all cosmetic jewellery is strongly discouraged, although older children may wear a watch. Arrangements should be made to remove earrings for PE lessons, tape may be provided by parents to cover these if removal is impossible.
Long hair should be tied back, and the School discourages some specific hairstyles, for example shaved lines or coloured hair.
All of the above rules allow our children to demonstrate their respect for our School, help eliminate problems caused by bullying around fashion/ money and taste. They help our children view their School as a community of equals.