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Manor LeasJunior Academy

Where excellence and enjoyment go hand in hand

Uniform

We believe that school uniform helps promote a sense of belonging and pride in our school. We have deliberately made it simple and cost effective in the expectation that all the children will wear it.

 

 

Uniform for Girls

  • Red Manor Leas Sweatshirt or Cardigan (Uniform Direct only)

  • Grey Skirt, shorts or Trousers

  • White blouse/school shirt

  • Manor Leas red/grey stripe tie (Uniform Direct)

  • Black sensible shoes - no boots, sandals or heels

 

Uniform for Boys

  • Red Manor Leas Sweatshirt or Cardigan (Uniform Direct only)

  • Grey Skirt, shorts or Trousers

  • White school shirt

  • Manor Leas red/grey stripe tie (Uniform Direct)

  • Black sensible shoes - no boots, sandals or heels

 

PE/ Games

Indoors: Plain, White T Shirts & Black Shorts with plimsolls

Outdoors: Similar clothing can be worn for outdoor PE but a warm top may be needed on occasions.

Trainers are ideal for both the playing field and playground.

 

Swimming

Children require a swimming costume, towel and swimming hat. Girls must wear a one piece costume. Boys should wear trunks - not swimshorts.

 

Jewellery and accessories

Sensible bows, headbands and other hair ornaments may be worn if they are in keeping with the school uniform (red, grey, white or black)

Large bows, headbands and distracting hair ornaments (such as animal ears) are not to be worn. 

In the interests of safety, children should not wear jewellery, other than ‘studs’ if ears are pierced. These must be removed for all PE activities including swimming.

Large headwear or hair accessories are not permitted unless worn for religious purposes.

 

Lost Property

Pupils are responsible for their own personal possessions whilst in school. Please name all items of clothing.

 

General

Children should not wear jeans to school

We try hard to prevent children getting glue or paint on clothing but accidents are inevitable. If you wish to provide an apron for art, an old shirt makes a really good (and cheap) cover-all.

Children should not bring toys unless asked to do so for a particular reason.

No makeup or nail varnish is to be worn.

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