We expect children to look smart in school at all times. From time to time, certain styles of haircut, dress and jewellery become very fashionable and some children feel the need to comply by wearing them to school. We don’t allow this simply because we feel that this rapidly becomes competitive and distracting and that there are plenty of other ways for children to express their individuality in school.
Children should not come to school wearing hair gel. Dyed, shaven or ‘engraved’ hair is also not allowed.
Bottle green cardigan or sweatshirt
Bottle green pullover or sweatshirt
White shirt or Polo shirt
Summer dress - any green and white print material
Grey shorts or grey school trousers (No leggings)
Bottle green or grey skirts
Dark socks or grey tights
Summer – White socks with summer dresses
Black shorts, a green “Little Green” printed PE t shirt, sports (not fashion) trainers.
To enable children to take part in physical activities during cold/wetter weather, please ensure your child also has dark jogging bottoms, a spare school sweatshirt and a lightweight waterproof jacket as part of their PE kit.
Art Apron (could be an old shirt)
School Book Bag - available from Mapac for school books and homework.
Where to buy uniform:
Little Green replacement sweatshirts, waterproof coats, sweatshirts, caps, jogging trousers, T-shirts and shorts are available to buy from the Mapac online .
Second Hand Uniform
Thank you to Faye Cleary who has stepped up to organise the second-hand uniform. If you have uniform to donate please send it into the school office as it is in great demand. To purchase any second-hand uniform, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Most items are just 50p each.
Here is a reminder of the equipment your child should have in school to support their learning, and be replenished/replaced if they become lost or broken:
More than one HB pencil.
A set of good quality colouring pencils.
Clear plastic 30cm ruler (not flexible or hinged) or preferably two.
A good rubber.
Sharpener with pot attached (to avoid frequent journeys to the bin).
One small pencil case which will fit in the desk tray.
Additionally, if possible, we request that children come prepared with a highlighter, their own scissors and glue stick
For those children working in pen (including all of Year 5 and 6 children):
blue handwriting pens