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Manor Farm Junior School

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Uniform Information

School Uniform

At Manor Farm Junior School, we believe that our uniform promotes a sense of identity, looks smart and encourages the children to take pride in both their appearance and the school.

 

School uniform is compulsory for all pupils. Uniform may be adapted for children with SEND sensory needs following consultation with the school SENDCo.

 

Jewellery is unsuitable for school as it is easily lost or damaged and can cause injury to wearers and others. Strictly no earrings – no exception can be made for recently pierced ears.

 

Long hair should always be tied back neatly with a simple navy or Gold ‘bobble’. Hair should be worn in a style appropriate for the varied activities of the school day and colours should be avoided.

 

Manor Farm Junior School uniform consists of the following items:

Compulsory Uniform Items

Winter

  • Grey skirt or grey trousers
  • Gold polo shirt
  • School sweatshirt or School cardigan
  • White, navy blue or grey socks or tights
  • Black school shoes (strictly no trainers)

Summer

  • Gold and white dress, grey skirt, trousers or grey shorts
  • School sweatshirt or School cardigan
  • Gold polo shirt
  • White or grey socks
  • Black school shoes (strictly no trainers)
  • School baseball cap

P.E

  • T-shirt with school logo
  • Navy blue shorts or games skirt
  • White socks
  • Plain training shoes
  • Navy blue track suit (optional, but recommended for winter PE lessons)
  • Large fabric drawstring bag for PE kit (optional)

 

PMG School Wear

 

All items of the school uniform can be purchased from PMG Schoolwear, Church Square, High Wycombe, HP11 2BN. 

 

A reversible school coat, book bags and PE bags, all with the school logo are also available from the PMG Schoolwear Centre however; these items are not necessary.

 

Name Labels

Everything that comes into school should be clearly labelled with your child’s name – including all clothing, bags, PE Kit and lunchboxes.

 

Parents are free to use any name label provider, or any other labelling method, but Stikins will give us 30% commission on any sales made quoting our school number: 12815.

 

Other Items

It is expected that all pupils will have the following items in school everyday:

 

  • A water bottle
  • A pencil case with stationery items including a blue handwriting pen, writing pencil, green biro, ruler, glue stick, rubber, sharpener and coloured pencils. Your child will also need a pair of headphones compatible with a Chrome book computer.
  • A coat/hat where necessary

 

 

 

Second Hand Uniform

The school has a selection of 'pre-loved uniform' that can be purchased from the school office. A voluntary contribution of £1.00 per item goes towards the school funds. 

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