PE kit list 2017/18
Due to reasons of hygiene, it is important that all items of clothing for PE should be completely different to the school uniform worn by your child during the day.
Indoor PE: A plain white T-shirt, black shorts (bare feet)
Outdoor PE: A plain white T-shirt, black shorts or plain black tracksuit bottoms/ black leggings, trainers or pumps and socks. In the winter also bring a jumper.
During Indoor P.E. sessions, if a child has a verruca it is acceptable for them to wear the light, soft black pumps for a short period until the problem has cleared.
On which days do children need their PE Kits?
Wednesday: In Reception on a Wednesday it is our Physical Activity day. In the hall there will be a variety of activities for the children to participate in if they choose to do so. (Indoors)
To ensure that children always have their P.E kit we suggest that children bring their P.E kit in on a Monday and take it home on Friday for washing.
Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly labelled with your child’s name.
Written or verbal explanation from you should be given to the class teacher, prior to the PE session, if your child is not participating.
It is also important to note that no jewellery is permitted during physical education sessions. If your child is wearing jewellery they will be responsible for removing and storing their own jewellery. Our advice is that children do not wear any jewellery on their P.E. days.
In Reception Forest School will be on a WEDNESDAY. Please can you send your child to school in warm clothes as they will be outside all morning. Also can you please send in wellingtons, waterproofs and hats and scarves as we will go out whatever the weather. Can you also send in their school uniform to get changed back into after Forest School. A list of dates when your child is participating in Forest School will be sent out.
Homework will be put in Home school diaries on a Monday and handed in on a Friday. Children are expected to bring their home school diaries into school everyday so that reading can be logged. Don’t forget to sign your child’s reading record page to show that they have read at home!