School Uniform

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The wearing of uniform helps the children feel that they belong to our school and that they are proud to belong. All items, except the special Hildenborough ‘issue’, are available in most department stores. Plain jumpers/cardigans in the school colour green are acceptable. Hildenborough logo items (*) are available online through Direct to Parents Service provided by School Trends, along with all other items if you wish to purchase them there.
Girls

Winter:
Green sweatshirt or cardigan*
Grey pinafore dress, tunic,
Skirt or trousers
White polo shirt
Waterproof coat/jacket with hood
Appropriate black school shoes
Long white/grey socks or dark green or grey tights

Summer:
Green sweatshirt or cardigan*
Green & white striped or checked dress
Black appropriate shoes or closed toed sandals
White socks
Water resistant jacket
PE Kit
Black cotton shorts
House coloured T – shirts*
Plimsolls
Trainers for outside games

Book bag in House colour*

Boys

Winter:
Green Sweatshirt*
Grey trousers
White polo shirt
Waterproof coat/jacket with hood
Appropriate black school shoes
Grey socks
Summer:
Green sweatshirt*
Grey trousers/shorts
Black appropriate shoes or closed toed sandals
Short white or grey socks
Water resistant jacket
PE Kit
Black cotton shorts
House coloured T-shirts*
Plimsolls
Trainers for outside games

Book bag in house colour*
Please note:
All items must be clearly labelled with your child’s name.
PE items should be in a large, labelled drawstring bag.
Hair slides or hair bands should be dark green, black or white.
Please could you ensure that loops on coats are large enough to hang on our pegs!
We do not allow back packs or similar as there is not enough room in our cloakrooms for such bulky items.
Valuable items and toys should not be brought to school. The school cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to any valuable items brought to school.
No jewellery is permitted except for pierced ears. These should be studs only, and should be removed for swimming and PE, so that the child wearing them should be able to remove and replace them unaided. Ideally ears should be pierced at the beginning of the summer break to give them time to heal.