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  • Address: Compton Crescent, Northolt, UB5 5LD
  • Telephone: 020 8842 1329
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Uniform, Clothing and Belongings:

Pupils wear the school uniform appropriate to the department of sweatshirts, polo shirts with plain trousers, skirts or jogging bottoms.

Primary: Grey sweatshirt with jade polo shirt

Secondary: Navy sweatshirt with white polo shirt

 

These are available from:

KEVINS SCHOOLWEAR
17 THE BROADWAY
GREENFORD
MIDDLESEX
UB6 9PH
TEL 020 8578 1210

Uniform Policy 

Year 12 pupils should wear smart/casual clothing appropriate for school.

Headscarves/turbans:

Any headscarf or turban that is worn for religious/cultural reasons must be plain black, navy or white in colour. Hair bands or scrunchies must be black.

In addition to the above:

Jewellery is not to be worn – apart from flat, plain ear studs (no jewels or gems) –maximum of one in each ear

No make-up or nail varnish should be worn

Hair should be of a natural colour and should be cut no shorter than a grade 2 with no patterns cut into the style. All long hair should be tied back during practical lessons

Hoodies and caps are not to be worn in or around the ARA

Pupils are expected to change for physical education into shorts/jogging bottoms and a plain white T-Shirt.

Pupils should have a towel and swimming costume for swimming or hydrotherapy sessions. Parents must provide swimming pads if their child needs them.

All uniform and personal belongings must be clearly labelled with the pupil’s name.

Spare clothes and pads:

If your child is likely to have "accidents" please ensure that he or she has a spare set of clothes at school that is named.

If your child uses incontinence pads or sanitary towels, please make sure that there is a full supply at school.

If you are experiencing a problem with your supply, please let us know as soon as you can to avoid any difficulties

Medication:

This should be labelled with your child’s name, in date and handed to the nursing team with written instructions through your child’s bus passenger assistant or directly by yourself. Only your child’s medication can be given to them, so if you think there may be a need for pain relief medication, a supply for your child must be in school.

Banned items:

Aerosols and deodorant are not permitted on site and will be removed from a pupil and returned home in a sealed envelope if found. The use of aerosols activates the fire alarm system and cause huge inconvenience and cost to the school. Please do not allow your child to bring in any lighters, matches or cigarettes. Chewing gum is also not permitted on site.