Uniform is available to buy online from MyClothing.com – see the link below to the website and the Leaflet and Price list.
School Uniform Policy
We believe at Denaby Main Primary that wearing a uniform helps:-
- To raise standards by promoting pride in our vision statement
2. To create a sense of community
3. To promote safety by making pupils instantly recognisable when out of school
4. To promote health and safety by wearing suitable clothes and footwear for their activities
Parents are asked to support their child to ensure they arrive to school in full uniform.
Black school shoes (Training shoes are unacceptable)
Grey trousers or Grey skirt/pinafore
White polo shirt
Navy blue sweatshirt/cardigan with logo
Navy blue or Grey tights, White socks (girls)
Navy blue/grey or white socks (boys)
In warmer weather grey shorts or navy blue gingham dresses may be worn
White plain T-shirt
Black leotard if preferred
No jewellery other than stud earrings may be worn in school at any time. No nail varnish or make-up may be worn.
Studs must be removed for physical activity or taped over.
Please note school will not be liable if jewellery gets lost or damaged.
Please label all clothing with your child’s full name. We cannot stress enough how important this is to ensure all lost property can be easily traced. At the end of each day please ensure you check you have all your child’s uniform.
At the end of each term we display any lost property in the school hall. We cannot guarantee to keep any items from lost property into the next term but you are always very welcome to check through the lost property at any time.
Children not wearing uniform
The expectation from both staff and governors is that all children will wear the full uniform – both the main uniform and the PE uniform, and adhere to the code on wearing jewellery. However if the child is unable to wear uniform due to exceptional circumstances parents should contact the class-teacher to let them know.
1. Children not wearing uniform will be reminded to do so by their teacher in the first instance.
2. If this re-occurs a letter will be sent home.
3. If this continues the parents will be asked to make an appointment with the Principal or Vice Principal.