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Stowford School

Stowford School

Uniform

Pupils should wear school uniform at all times and the cooperation of parents in this matter is expected.

No nail varnish or make up is permitted.

Uniform

White polo shirt with school logo, white polo or open necked shirts for boys and girls.

Blue polo shirt with school logo (only available from school office).

Grey trousers or formal grey shorts for boys.

Grey skirt, grey pinafore, grey divided skirt or formal grey shorts for girls.

Navy blue cardigan or sweatshirt with the school logo. 

During the summer girls may wear a blue and white check or striped dress.

Grey socks for boys and navy, grey or white socks or tights for girls.

Black,  brown  or  navy  shoes: these should be sensible and appropriate for the season.  (No trainers or boots.)

School polo shirts, sweatshirts and cardigans are available to order from the school office or from Lawsons in Ivybridge.

P.E./Games Kit

White t-shirt and black shorts with white socks for boys and girls.

White t-shirts with the school logo are available to order from the school office.

Trainers for games, athletics and outdoor sports. Children do dance and gymnastics in bare feet.

Children may wear a tracksuit for outdoor sports when the weather is cold.

P.E. kit must be kept in a drawstring bag.

It is important that all items are clearly named.

School bags

Cloakrooms and storage areas in the school are limited and for this reason, pupils should not bring large bags to school.

Jewellery

Pupils are not allowed to wear jewellery in school.  Children who have had their ears pierced may, however, wear simple studs, but these must be removed for P.E.

Loss of personal belongings

The school expects all pupils to take responsibility for the care of their personal belongings/clothing and recommend that items of value are not brought to school.   All items of clothing should be clearly labelled with the pupil’s name.  Whilst every effort will be made to find lost items, the school cannot be responsible for their loss, and parents are advised to consider taking out appropriate insurance.