Wearing a school uniform plays a valuable part in contributing to the ethos of our schools whilst setting and reflecting an age-appropriate standard. It is also a visual reminder of personal discipline, independence, good order and the School's high standards and expectations. 

All garments are widely available from High Street shops except for the items with the school logo – garments do not need to have a school logo on them but they should be in the school’s colour and style.

You can purchase the school uniform at

Tesco Online Order - visit the Raglan Schools Page

J.Smith & Sons - 155-157 Lancaster Road, Enfield, EN2 0JN    
0208 363 2424  
www.smithsschoolwear.co.uk 

Your School Uniform http://www.yourschooluniform.com

Uniform Guidelines

Reception to Year 2

Years 3 – 6

Grey trousers, skirt, pinafore or shorts (skirts must reach the knee)

White polo shirt or shirt

White shirt or polo shirt or blouse
with long or short sleeves

Optional blazer and house coloured tie

Royal blue jumper or sweater

Royal blue V-neck woolen jumper
(sweatshirts are permissible)

Royal blue cardigan

Royal blue cardigan

Shoes

Sensible, practical shoes with uppers no higher than the ankle bone, no boots or trainers.

Heel maximum 25mm and sole maximum 15mm

P.E. Kits
(please send in a small draw-string bag)

Navy Blue Shorts and White T shirt

Navy blue shorts

White t-shirts (reception)

House-coloured T-shirt (red, blue, green or yellow)

House-coloured T-shirt (red, blue, green or yellow)

Plimsols – (Velcro types easiest)

Trainers for P.E. and for lunchtimes

 

School tracksuit for outdoor PE (optional)

Summer Changes (March 31st – July 31st)

Blue and white check summer dress or grey shorts

Hats for outdoor are encouraged in the sunny weather (should we have any!)

Named Clothing and Lost Property

Children are encouraged to go outside during the day throughout the year so it is important, especially for children who travel to school in the car, that they are equipped for wet weather and sunshine. It is essential that a child's clothing and property be marked in some way. This does help when trying to trace lost property. To view lost property, please conract the office. Lost property is displayed from time to time  after which it is recycled.

Protective Clothing

Children are liable to get paint, paste or clay on their clothing no matter how careful staff and children are. An old shirt with the sleeves cut to a suitable length makes an admirable overall, which can be kept in school and worn during art lessons.

Jewellery

Jewellery should not be worn in school. Stud earrings are permitted, but they must be removed (or preferably not worn at all) on the days P.E. activities are taking place.

Personal Belongings

We discourage children from bringing personal belongings to school to avoid any issues around loss and upset.

Mobile Phones

We do not encourage pupils to bring mobile phones to school. We will confiscate any mobile phone that is used by a pupil on the premises and ask for parents to collect the phone. If children need to contact their parents during the school day, they should speak to their class teacher. The school does not accept any responsibility for any damage to, or loss of a mobile phone.