Mrs Claire Stratton
Year 1 teacher
Mrs Helen Fletcher
Year 1 teacher
Mrs Paula Herman
PPA cover (Tuesdays)
- Maths place value within 10.pptx
- write about the picture- 20-21st September.pdf
- Science lesson 3 - ears and hearing.pptx
- Art lesson 3 tints and shades.pptx
- Baptism and belonging- week 3.pptx
- Geography Lesson 3.pptx
- PSHE Week 3.pptx
School Uniform Policy
Winter uniform (to be worn from after October Half Term to the beginning of the Easter Holiday):
Grey or black skirt/pinafore/trousers with red polo shirt, green cardigan/jumper /sweatshirt*. Grey or black tights or white socks (ankle or knee length), to be worn with a skirt or pinafore. Jeans, jogging bottoms and sports shorts are not acceptable.
Summer uniform (to be worn from the beginning of the Summer Term to October Half Term):
Green gingham checked dress and white socks (ankle or knee length) with green cardigan
Grey or black skirt/pinafore/trousers with red polo shirt, green cardigan/jumper /sweatshirt*. Grey or black tights or white socks (ankle or knee length), to be worn with a skirt or pinafore. Jeans and jogging bottoms are not permitted.
Black shoes which have a fastening of some sort - a Velcro strap, bar and buckle or laces (no fashion heeled shoes). Plain black trainers are also permitted.
Black/green shorts, leggings or jogging bottoms, plain black/white/green t-shirt or polo shirt (no sleeveless vests) and plain, black/green coloured fleece; trainers. Clothing with logos are not permitted.
What Happens if Children Don’t Wear Correct School Uniform
If children come to school not dressed in the proper uniform, staff will either make a phone call home so parents can bring the correct uniform to school, or lend them the correct uniform. This must be given back at the end of the day. The same will apply to PE kit, and to children not wearing the correct footwear.