Naphill and Walters Ash School

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Reasoning

It’s important to consider each other’s points of views and accept differences of opinion. We help to give our children the ability to think through problems and challenges for themselves, and be able to explain their thoughts and actions.
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It’s important to consider each other’s points of views and accept differences of opinion. We help to give our children the ability to think through problems and challenges for themselves, and be able to explain their thoughts and actions.

Responsible

We encourage our children to be responsible, particularly for their actions, learning, belongings and environment.
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We encourage our children to be responsible, particularly for their actions, learning, belongings and environment.

RECEPTION:

Every Day Winter Uniform (After October Half Term – Easter Holidays)

Navy School logo Sweat Shirt or Cardigan, white polo shirt with grey skirt, pinafore dress or Grey Trousers. When the weather turns cold the children in Reception can wear Navy / Black Jogging bottoms instead of a skirt or Trousers as the children spend a lot of time outside all year round.  They can wear Grey tights or grey / white socks with black School Shoes (No trainers, boots, ballet style pumps)

Every Day Summer Uniform (After Easter Holidays until October Half Term)

Navy School logo Sweat Shirt or Cardigan, white polo shirt with grey skirt, pinafore dress or Grey Shorts / Trousers. Children can also wear Navy Blue checked summer dresses.  They can wear Grey tights or grey / white socks with black School Shoes No trainers, boots, ballet style pumps).  They will also need to have a sunhat in School every day.

PE Kit (All Year Round)

You will be notified on which day of the week your child will do PE. On PE Day you child must come into School dressed in their PE Kit as detailed below:

Light Blue Polo Shirt, School Sweatshirt / Cardigan, Navy / Black Joggers or Shorts (Depending on the weather), plain trainers preferably white or black. Trainers are preferred as they provide better foot support than plimsolls when the children are wearing them all day.  If you would rather your child does not wear their School sweatshirt / cardigan for the PE lesson please send in a navy / black top that they can change into but the School sweatshirt / cardigan must be worn for the rest of the day.

Forest School

Every child must have a pair of wellies that always remain in School. They will be sent home periodically for you to check sizes. You will be notified which day your child will be going to Forest School, on this day please send them into School wearing old clothes, they must wear long sleeves and trousers.  Please send in some spare clothes as its very common for them to return to School with wet / muddy clothes and if they go out in the morning session they will want to get changed into something clean and dry.  Waterproof jacket and trousers will be provided.

Bookbag – Your child will need a named book bag (doesn’t have to be School Branded).  They will not be able to take home a library or reading book unless they have a book bag to safely store them in.

 

KEY STAGE ONE:

Every Day Winter Uniform (After October Half Term – Easter Holidays)

Navy School logo Sweat Shirt or Cardigan, white shirt and Tie with grey skirt, pinafore dress or Grey Trousers. They can wear Grey tights or grey / white socks with black School Shoes (No trainers, boots, ballet style pumps)

Every Day Summer Uniform (After Easter Holidays until October Half Term)

Navy School logo Sweat Shirt or Cardigan, white shirt and tie with grey skirt, pinafore dress or Grey Shorts / Trousers. Children can also wear Navy Blue checked summer dresses.  They can wear Grey tights or grey / white socks with black School Shoes No trainers, boots, ballet style pumps).  They will also need to have a sunhat in School every day.

PE Kit (All Year Round)

You will be notified on which day of the week your child will do PE. On PE Day your child must come into School dressed in their PE Kit as detailed below:

Light Blue Polo Shirt, School Sweatshirt / Cardigan, Navy / Black Joggers or Shorts (Depending on the weather), plain trainers preferably white or black. Trainers are preferred as they provide better foot support than plimsolls when the children are wearing them all day.  If you would rather your child does not wear their School sweatshirt / cardigan for the PE lesson please send in a navy / black top that they can change into but the School sweatshirt / cardigan must be worn for the rest of the day.

When Indoor PE is specified they will wear exactly the same but they will need Shorts to wear for the PE lesson, these can either be worn into School during the warmer months, under their jogging bottoms or put into School bags in the Colder months.

Forest School

Every child must have a pair of wellies that always remain in School. They will be sent home periodically for you to check sizes. You will be notified which day your child will be going to Forest School, on this day please send them into School wearing old clothes, they must wear long sleeves and trousers.   In the cold and wet months, it is advisable to supply your child with a spare change of named clothes – its very common for them to come back wet and muddy.  Waterproof jacket and trousers will be provided.

Bookbag – Your child will need a named book bag (doesn’t have to be School Branded).  They will not be able to take home a library or reading book unless they have a book bag to safely store them in.

 

KEY STAGE TWO:

Every Day Winter Uniform (After October Half Term – Easter Holidays)

Navy School logo Sweat Shirt or Cardigan, white shirt and Tie with grey skirt, pinafore dress or Grey Trousers. They can wear Grey tights or grey / white socks with black School Shoes (No trainers, boots, ballet style pumps).

Every Day Summer Uniform (After Easter Holidays until October Half Term)

Navy School logo Sweat Shirt or Cardigan, white shirt and tie with grey skirt, pinafore dress or Grey Shorts / Trousers. Children can also wear Navy Blue checked summer dresses.  They can wear Grey tights or grey / white socks with black School Shoes No trainers, boots, ballet style pumps).  They will also need to have a sunhat in School every day.

PE Kit

PE Kits will be left in School and sent home at the end of each half term to be washed, or sooner if they have got particularly muddy. They need to have the following in a named drawstring bag:

Light blue Polo Shirt, Navy / Black Shorts, Navy / Black Tracksuit, Trainers (White or black preferably), Foot wear should be suitable for wet muddy fields. If Children want to wear football boots in this weather they may do so.

Swimming
Children in Year 3 will have swimming lessons this year, with each class going for 12 weeks. These children will need a swimming kit:

  • Either swimming trunks (no Bermuda short style shorts) or a one-piece swimming costume.
  • A towel
  • A hat – all children are expected to wear one (Provided by the Swimming Pool)
  • Parents will be sent a form before the lessons start which must be completed if they want their child to wear goggles.   If this is necessary the goggles must be kept on for the whole of the swimming lesson. If your child has pierced ears their earrings must be removed for lessons or ensure that their hat covers their earrings.

 

INFORMATION FOR ALL YEAR GROUPS

School branded Jumpers, cardigans and School Ties can be purchased at www.pmgschoolwear.co.uk and they are based in High Wycombe Town Centre.  The rest of the School uniform can be sourced from any other shop.  Please ensure all items of uniform are named.  We will return all named uniform that gets mislaid but its very difficult for you and us to re home un named uniform without a name.  We have almost 400 children wearing the same Jumpers / Cardigans.

Jewellery
Apart from watches and small stud earrings for pierced ears, jewellery must not be worn to school, this includes charity bands. Earrings must be removed or covered for PE and swimming.

The back of the stud may be covered with Micropore tape (supplied by parents).  Members of staff are not allowed, for health and safety reasons, to insert or remove children’s earrings.

Whilst every attempt is made to ensure the safety of watches (including Fitbits) and earrings at times when they need to be removed, e.g. P.E./games lessons, responsibility cannot be accepted by the school if they are lost.

Hair and make-up
All children (boys and girls) with long hair must keep it tied back to prevent the spread of head-lice. Long fringes must be kept out of the children’s eyes so the appropriate hair bands must be worn. All children are expected to take pride in their personal appearance and to keep their hair neat and tidy.   Hair bands and bobbles should be white or blue only, and should be plain and unobtrusive.  No JOJO Bows or similar, Children will be asked to remove them if worn to school.

Similarly unusual hairstyles such as ‘razor-cuts’ and Mohican styles are not permitted. Hair should not be dyed.

Make-up and nail varnish may not be worn.