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UNIFORM

 

It is with great excitement that Bayside School has transferred to Academy status. As part of the process, there has been much thought put into the design of the logo and uniform, taking ideas from many different members of our community. We hope you like it!

It has been very important to match the uniform to the high expectations that the children and the whole community now share. The outcomes of the children across the whole school have greatly improved and we wanted to reflect their high achievements through a uniform that they are proud to wear.

The changeover of uniform will take place at the start of the Autumn term 2018.
All children within the current Reception to Year 5 classes will therefore be provided with a new V neck jumper and tie by the Academy.

Please complete the reply slip give to each pupil and return to the school office by Friday 18 May at the latest.
Should we not receive a reply slip within the deadline date, you will be automatically allocated a jumper in the next size up. Jumpers will be given out on the 26 June

From September, all children will be expected to be in complete, full uniform emonstrating the high expectations that we all share.

If you have any concerns or questions with regard to the uniform change, please do not hesitate to contact us

 

The new uniform will be as follows:

 

 

Girls

Boys

General Uniform

  • Bayside Academy jumper
  • Black trousers or black skirt
  • White socks or black tights
  • White long/short sleeved shirt (not a blouse)
  • Bayside Academy jumper
  • Black trousers
  • Black socks
  • White long/short sleeved shirt

Footwear

  • Sensible black, flat shoes for both summer and winter are essential. No sandals or open toe shoes are allowed.
  • Boots can be worn to and from school  but shoes must be worn in the school building.

PE Kit

  • Black PE Shorts
  • Black Joggers (for outdoor PE in winter)
  • White Polo Shirt or T-Shirt.

NB – please ensure all uniform (including socks and coats) are named

 

 

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The school will respect genuine cultural and religious needs.

 

A high standard of personal appearance is expected of all pupils.

 

  • Pupils should wear correct uniform which includes black shoes

  • Small hair ties in school colours.

  • No extremes of hairstyle – less than no. 2 cut, too many clips or bands, excessive use of hair gel, spiked, Mohican, tramlines etc. Make up, including nail varnish, and jewellery are not allowed in school.

  • Pupils with pierced ears are permitted to wear 1 pair of plain stud earrings.

 

 

We ask that if children are intending to have their ears pierced, this is done during the summer holidays to avoid issues with removing them for PE during the term-time.

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School finishes on Friday 20th July at 3.15pm and the children return on Wednesday 5th September.
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