At Holy Trinity Primary School we operate a firm, but fair school uniform policy. We understand that, from time to time individual items of uniform may get lost or ‘be in the wash’ but we also see school uniform as a integral part of our school identity.
The Basic uniform consists of:
- Blue school sweatshirt
- White polo shirt
- Grey/black trousers/skirt
- Shoes or dark footwear (no colourful laces or logos, stripes etc.)
The school actively encourages the wearing of a uniform and it is hoped that parents will continue to support this policy.
Uniform can be purchased online via Mapac (right) or, if you prefer, Baldwins at 12 The Centre (new premises, off Halstead High Street) sells our complete range of our school uniform, from stock. From time to time the PTFA hold second-hand uniform sales – they welcome any donations of uniform your children have grown out of.
Other items such as school baseball caps, P.E. bags, swimming bags and book bags may be purchased via the school office.
To minimise losses of property, PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING ARE CLEARLY NAMED.
Jewellery: The only acceptable form of jewellery are stud earrings. All earrings must be removed for PE.
Make Up: We do not expect children to come to school wearing any form of make up, this includes: nail varnish, false nails, temporary tattoos, hair extensions etc. If you are in any doubt please ask your child’s class teacher for clarification.
PE Clothing and Equipment: For PE and Games lessons, we ask children to bring, unless instructed otherwise by a teacher, a tee shirt, shorts and plimsolls. Slip-on plimsolls are much easier for young children to manage. Blue PE t-shirts are available from the school office. It is likely that your child will take part in some form of physical activity every day. Outdoor PE is an expectation, especially for children in Key Stage 2 – so warm tops will be required for late Autumn and Spring term. Tracksuits, again embroidered with the school crest, can be purchased from the School Office; these are optional and not a formal part of our uniform policy.