Thorney Close Primary School

"Where Learning Blossoms..."

School Uniform

Uniform

  • White polo shirt with/without school logo
  • Navy blue sweatshirt or sweat cardigan with/without school logo
  • Plain grey or tailored school trousers
  • Plain grey skirt or pinafore dress
  • Plain white, black, grey or navy blue socks or tights
  • Navy/Blue and white checked school dress
  • Sensible black school shoes should be worn at all times. Fashion shoes with high heels, plastic shoes, trainers and flip-flops are not suitable.
  • An appropriate coat whenever it is likely to be cold or wet



    Please ensure that all items of clothing are
    clearly labelled with your child’s name

PE Kit

  • Blue PE top (provided by school)
  • Plain navy blue shorts(provided by school)
  • Black plimsolls
  • Trainers for outdoor PE
  • School PE drawstring bag (provided by school)

PE kits must be kept in school at all times.  School will wash PE kits at regular intervals each term.

Swimming

Swimming kits are:

  • All in one swimming costume  (no bikinis or tankinis)     
  • Swimming trunks/shorts (no knee length leisure shorts) 
  • Towel
  • Swimming cap      

 Jewellery

Children should not wear earrings or jewellery. A wrist watch may be worn.

General

The school does not allow extremes of hair fashions i.e. no lines, patterns, shaved heads or obvious dying of the hair. No nail varnish or nail extensions and make up. Please check with school first if you are unsure. 

Where to buy uniform

School logo polo shirts, sweatshirts, cardigans and school coats are only available from The School Outfit, on High Street West, Sunderland. Click on below to go to The School Outfit website.

Asda, Sainsbury's, Primark, Matalan, Tesco and M&S all generally provide a range of school uniform items, including footwear, which are in line with the school’s uniform policy.

Please ensure that all items of clothing are
clearly labelled with your child’s name
 


PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT SEND EXPENSIVE CLOTHING OR COATS INTO SCHOOL 
Any property or clothing is brought into school at the parent or carers’ own risk and the academy and governors can accept no responsibility for loss or damage.

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