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School Uniform

Do we need to have 'St John's' branded blue jumpers?

No, this is not compulsory, as long as the school jumper / cardigan is the correct colour.


Do we need to have 'St John's' branded white polo shirts?

No, this is not compulsory, as long as the polo shirt or shirt is white and has a collar. 


My child has their ears pierced, can they wear jewellery to school?

If your child has pieced ears, they should only be wearing plain studs to school. This is for their own safety and is to avoid earrings being caught or pulled. Only earrings that are newly pieced (within 6 weeks of the piecing) can be taped for PE. Everyone else should remove their earrings or not wear them on PE days. Following advice, from Hampshire County Council outdoor education department, school will provide tape for earrings but school staff will not be able to help children put tape on or take tape off their ears.


What PE kit should my child have in school?

St John’s PE kit is dark shorts and blue a tee shirt.  They are permitted to wear a dark tracksuit outside in the winter months when it is cold. Children will not be allowed on the apparatus in the hall wearing tracksuit bottoms/leggings as they may get them caught under their feet causing them to slip. Please ensure your child has a pair of dark shorts (navy or black) and these should be worn during the warmer weather.


What PE kit should my child have in school?

A PE kit should include a pair of black or blue shorts, a blue t-shirt and a pair of trainers or plimsolls (a full list can be found under the uniform tab). All items should be in a draw string bag that can hang down below the pegs as we are limited in cloakroom space. Every item of clothing, and the bag, should be clearly named to enable us to reunite lost items with their owner! If your child does not have a kit, or is missing something from their bag, they will be sent home with a note. If this continues to be the case, the class teacher will speak directly to you as PE is part of the National Curriculum and a key part of a child’s well being.