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Hazlemere Church of England Combined School & NurseryGROW IN WISDOM AND STATURE, AND IN FAVOUR WITH GOD AND PEOPLE

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Uniform

 

Winter

Summer

Royal blue school sweatshirt with logo

Royal blue school sweatshirt with logo

(cardigans may only be worn with summer dresses)

Plain grey skirt or grey trousers

Royal blue and white checked (gingham) dress or pale blue school polo shirt with logo and plain grey skirt/culottes/shorts/trousers

Pale blue school polo shirt with logo

Pale blue school polo

White socks or grey tights

White socks or white tights

Black school style shoes (strictly no trainers)

Black school style shoes (strictly no trainers)

 

Baseball cap/sun hat when it is hot (school caps/hats are available)

 

Winter

Summer

Royal blue school sweatshirt with logo

Royal blue school sweatshirt with logo

Long grey trousers

Long or short grey trousers

Pale blue school polo shirt with logo

Pale blue school polo shirt with logo

Grey socks

Grey socks

Black school style shoes (strictly no trainers)

Black school style shoes (strictly no trainers)

 

Baseball cap/sun hat when it is hot (school caps/hats are available)

Jewellery/Earrings

Can I remind all parents of our policy on jewellery - with the exception of wristwatches, pupils are not allowed to wear ANY jewellery

As noted in the previous newsletters, to avoid loss of P.E./Games lessons, parents who wish to have their child's ears pierced are advised that this should have been done at the beginning of the 6 weeks summer holiday. Any earring that needs to remain in because of recent piercing needs to be taped by parents prior to arrival at school. Given the length of the summer break, it is expected that the very latest this may be necessary is October half term. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation. 

Your child's safety and that of others is most important.

 

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