At Chesterton Primary School, we believe that everyone, both children and adults, should always look smart, be dressed appropriately and take a pride in their appearance. ALL Children are expected to wear the school uniform.
In wearing the Chesterton Primary School uniform your child will demonstrate their commitment to the Chesterton community. When wearing the school uniform, every child will act as an ambassador for our school, demonstrating their right to belong, their respect for themselves, each other and the wider community, and a responsibility to be ready to learn.
- Red Logo Jumper/Cardigan
- Grey logo Polo Shirt
- Grey Skirt/Pinafore/Trousers
- Red Gingham Summer Dress
- Grey/Red or White Tights – plain only
- White Socks
- Red Logo Jumper
- Grey Logo Polo Shirt
- Grey Trousers (Grey shorts may be worn in the Summer)
For Health and Safety reasons, it is imperative that consideration is given to the weather and sensible footwear is worn by all children. We require children to wear black shoes and NOT trainers, as these are not suitable to wear for long periods of time. Winter Boots should only be work in inclement weather.
Our uniform for PE is as follows
- White T-Shirt (logo preferred)
- Red Shorts
- Tracksuit Bottoms – Black or Navy for Winter Weather
- Red PE Pump Bag
NB Please make sure that ALL clothing is clearly labelled with child’s name. (Sew-in labels or marker pen are ideal for this purpose).
Additional Dress Code
Children may wear watches. If your child does wear earrings they must be studs only and children must be able to remove the earrings themselves in order to take part in a PE lesson.
NB All children must take part in PE lessons, therefore, if your child is unable to remove their earrings you will be expected to come to the school to remove them for them in time for the PE lesson.
Make Up and Nails
Children must not wear make-up, have nails painted or wear false nails.
Natural colours only.
No lines or designs cut into hair are allowed.
Hair should not be shaved off.
If you are unsure whether a hairstyle would be appropriate or not, come in and ask the Head Teacher or a member of the staff team before having it done.