We believe that wearing a school uniform allows children to feel part of the School community, representing the School’s colours and logo illustrating the core values as they learn and grow at Bassett Green Primary.
Uniform should be worn every day and we have selected affordable and practical items of clothing suitable for the school day.
Grey or black school trousers (not joggers or jeans)
Grey or black school skirt or pinafore dress
White polo shirt
Green school sweatshirt
Green school cardigan Black school shoes (not open sandals)
Grey or black school shorts
Green and white school dress
Hat, Scarf and gloves
Children in Year R will take part in outdoor learning every day, regardless of the weather so please ensure that they come to school fully prepared to go outside. They will also be learning lots of new skills, and may come home a little dirty, especially if they have been trying out a new experience!
Please also note that any jewellery such as necklaces, bracelets or rings are not practical or safe to wear and therefore, in line with our policy, these must not be worn. If a child wears earrings, these must be studs and earrings will need to be removed for PE. Long hair will also need to be tied back.
If children choose to bring personal items to school they will be responsible for them, they may be asked to hand them in and collect at the end of the day either from the teacher or school office.
Named drawstring bag
PE Kit for other events
- If your child has been selected to represent the school at a sporting event, they will be given Bassett Green team kit to wear.
- For events such as sports day, where a child is representing their house, they are expected to wear a t-shirt in their house colour. A limited number of these t-shirts are available to purchase from the front office. Pupils representing Fire wear red, Water wear blue, Earth wear green and Air wear yellow.
Please ensure that all uniform and school clothing is cleared labelled with your child’s name. Click here to order Stikins name labels and raise money for the school. Lost property boxes are situated in classrooms along with the front office.
Purchasing School uniform
We have two suppliers of uniform for 2020/2021, these are:
My Clothing – an exclusively online uniform provider, simply type in the School’s name and select the uniform you require. They also offer the school 5% donation for uniform purchased which is money that will go directly back into the school. https://myclothing.com/
Non embroidered items, such as PE kits or skirts and trousers, may be purchased at a reasonable price in local supermarkets.
Pupils eligible for pupil premium are entitled to one free sweatshirt or cardigan per academic year. Please email the school directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.