At Alsager Highfields Foundation Primary school pupils wear their uniform with pride. Our uniform shows that we are part of the Highfields community. We have the highest expectations for our pupils with regards to school uniform and appearance, and strongly believe that our high standards promote positive behaviour, support effective teaching and learning and contribute to the ethos of the school.
School Uniform Details
We have a school uniform and we encourage all our children to wear their uniform smartly. All items of uniform must be labelled. It consists of the following:
- Yellow polo shirt with the school logo.
- Green jumper / cardigan with the school logo.
- Charcoal /grey trousers /skirt with grey tights. Grey shorts for the summer term
- Grey /white socks.
- A green headband / green Alice band
- Green and white checked dress with white socks for summer term if desired.
- Sensible black leather school shoes, NOT boots, shoes with heels or trainers
PE and Games Kit
Pupils need an appropriately labelled PE kit consisting of the following:
- Grey /white or black socks.
- Yellow t-shirt with the school logo.
- Black shorts
- Black tracksuit with the school logo for outdoor games in cold weather
Under usual circumstances, PE kit should remain in school and be taken home at the end of each half term to be washed, however due to covid children are coming to school in their PE kit on their PE days.
If a child does not have their PE kit on more than one occasion they will miss PE lessons and a letter will be sent home.
Smart Choice Uniforms
63 Crewe Rd
Tel: 01270 747170
Tel: 01477 500504
General Notes on Appearance
Shirts should be tucked in at all times.
Jewellery should not be worn or brought into school.
If children have pierced ears, ONE pair of discreet studs may be worn. Our PE policy states that earrings must be removed for PE lessons for health and safety reasons. If your child is unable to remove the earrings themselves they should not come to school with them in on PE days or come to school with plasters that the child can use to cover their earrings.
No hair dye.
The style should be appropriate for school, hair should not obstruct pupils vision.
Pupils with long hair must be tied back for health and safety reasons.
Boy’s hair should be no shorter than Grade 2.
Tramlines, patterns and sculpting are not allowed.
Pupils must not wear:
Trainers are NOT allowed to be worn at any time other than for PE lessons, break/lunchtimes and clubs.
Make up and nail varnish and glue on nails should NOT be worn to school.
Non-compliance with the uniform and appearance policy:
Parents of pupils who do not wear the correct uniform, will be contacted by letter and requested to send their child in correct uniform the following day.
Pupils who wear make-up/nail varnish or excess jewellery will be required to remove these.
Persistent and defiant non-compliance with the policy will result in the parent(s) being asked to come into school to meet with the Headteacher.