Children attending Hawthorn are part of an exciting leaning community and we are proud to have a uniform and a logo to represent our school. We believe that wearing a uniform is an important part of school life for our pupils:

  • It creates and maintains the identity of Hawthorn Primary School within the community
  • It looks smart and tidy
  • It avoids the pressure to wear certain fashions
  • It helps to ensure that all children feel equal


What do we expect?

Our uniform consists of:

  • Red sweatshirt or cardigan with or without school logo.
  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • Grey trousers, skirt or pinafore
  • Red checked summer dress
  • Sensible black shoes
  • Waterproof coat

School uniform is widely available at most high street shops and supermarkets.

Uniform with the school logo can be purchased from Tesco https://www.tesco.com/direct/school-uniform/19484.school

 

P.E. Kit

We expect all children to change for PE, this is for hygiene as well as health and safety of the pupils. All P.E kit needs to be brought into school on Monday (am) and taken home Friday (p.m). 

Pupils need a labelled bag for their kit (not a plastic carier bag) containing:

  • Plain black shorts
  • White T shirt or polo shirt
  • Black Pumps
  • Track suit top and bottoms for some outdoor activities

If you wish, children in Reception, Years 1 and 2 may wear their vest and pants for their indoor P.E. sessions but outdoor kits must be also provided as well as a pair of pumps. If your child forgets to bring P.E kit they will be allocated any spare P.E kit in school. 

Please make sure all kit is marked with your child's name and class.

 

Jewellery

In the interests of health and safety, we only allow children to wear stud earrings in school. These have to be removed or taped up during Physical Education lessons to prevent accidents. If your child cannot remove the studs themselves please provide tape or plasters to cover them. School does not provide the tape.

Please do not allow your child to wear any other jewellery in school. Chains and bracelets will only be permitted due to ethnic and religious beliefs.