In February 2018 we proudly launched our new Warden Hill Primary School logo.
January 2019 our new school uniform regulations (listed below) will come into place. Until January 2019 pupils can wear a mixture of old & new uniform.
Year Six (2018-2019) are not required to wear the new uniform.
Year One & Year Two (2018-2019) are not required to purchase the bookbag with the new logo.
All hair accessories (hair bands/bows/ties etc.) need to be blue in colour. No large bows.
Shoulder length hair, and longer, must be tied back.
Sturdy, black school shoes; Velcro or lace fastenings.
No slip on shoes or boots allowed.
Trainers are not allowed as normal footwear.
Children should have a suitable waterproof coat with a hood to wear outdoors when the weather is inclement. Reception & Year One children to preferably have a zip up coat.
Sun hats are encouraged to be worn at playtimes in the summer. Navy baseball caps & Navy blue legionnaire caps with the WHPS logo are available from the school office.
Parents should apply suntan lotion to their children before school. Suntan lotion should not be brought into the school.
P.E. kits should be kept in a named draw-string bag and taken home periodically to wash.
Games kit is in addition to P.E. kit. Games kit should be kept in a named bag and brought into school for each games lesson, then taken home at the end of the day.
A letter will be sent at the appropriate time informing parents about swimming lessons. Swimwear should be brought in on the day in a named bag. Long hair should be tied back. Goggles and swimming hats are optional.
Small stud earrings that can easily be covered for PE, no other jewellery allowed.
Wrist watches may be worn in the Juniors only. They are easily broken, lost and a temptation to others when left lying about and the school cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage.
Items with the school logo are only available from School.
Parents can order through their child’s ParentPay account.
ALL ITEMS MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE CHILD’S NAME
Unmarked garments and personal items are impossible to trace and at the end of each term lost property accumulates which children do not recognise as being theirs.