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Uniform

What a child wears to school reflects their attitude to learning as well as the school's ethos and shared positive values. We have a very simple uniform our pupils are expected to wear.

 

 

  

WINTER

Girls

 Boys

Bosbury School Tie

Bosbury School Tie

White blouse/polo shirt

White shirt/polo shirt

Grey skirt/pinafore/trousers

Grey shorts /trousers

Navy sweatshirt (round or v necked) or cardigan

Navy sweatshirt (round or v necked)

White socks/Grey tights

Dark socks

Black shoes

Black shoes

SUMMER

Girls

 Boys

Blue check dress or

White shirt/polo shirt

Grey skirt or shorts and white blouse/polo shirt

Grey shorts /trousers

White socks

Plain socks

Black shoes or sandals

Black shoes or sandals

 

 

The uniform can be bought at many different shops in order to allow parents flexibility and to try and keep the cost down. There are polo shirts, sweatshirts and a winter coat with school logos available at Clubsport which is situated in Bye Street, Ledbury
(01531 635242).

 

 

 

 

PE Kit

School uniform includes clothing required for Physical Education (PE). We have a sensitive, flexible approach to this issue. There is some evidence to suggest that participation and enjoyment of sport is enhanced when pupils feel comfortable about their PE uniform. Our PE uniform has been chosen because it is practical, comfortable and appropriate to the activity involved.

Pupils should have:

  • 1 - Navy shorts
  • 2 - White t-shirt
  • 3 - Plimsolls
  • 4 - Draw string PE Bag 

 

 

As pupils move into Key Stage 2, it may be necessary to also have a tracksuit and stronger outdoor type trainers suitable for football, netball and tag rugby. All clothing should be clearly labelled.

Jewellery must not be worn for sporting activities and long hair should be tied back. The only items that are considered appropriate are watches and studs worn in pierced ears. The school does not approve of either jewellery or cosmetics unless for cultural reasons, and then only if approved by the Head Teacher. Please note that staff are not allowed to remove or look after jewellery for children. The safest place is at home. 

 

Art Clothing 

Pupils will require a plastic apron or old shirt to cover school clothes.