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Summer Term Uniform & Punctuality

Dear Parent/Carer
As we begin the summer term I would like to ask for your help in supporting the school in two key areas.
We set high standards for the way that our students present themselves and expect all learners to abide by the school’s uniform policy.  In particular, could you please ensure that skirts worn by girls are of an appropriate length and tailored trousers (not leggings, ‘skinny’ trousers or shorts) are worn.  Footwear appropriate for school is plain shoes or trainers that are all black and have no coloured branding or logo. Under no circumstances are facial piercings to be worn to school.  Should your child present at school in inappropriate uniform they will be asked to return home to change.
Lessons start at 8.45am. Please ensure that your child is able to get to school on time to begin their learning. We encourage an ethos that highlights the importance of being smart, organised and punctual and these areas are vital in helping to achieve this.
As always we thank you for your help and support.
Yours faithfully
Mark Tidman
Senior Assistant HeadteacherDear Parent/Carer
As we begin the summer term I would like to ask for your help in supporting the school in two key areas.
We set high standards for the way that our students present themselves and expect all learners to abide by the school’s uniform policy.  In particular, could you please ensure that skirts worn by girls are of an appropriate length and tailored trousers (not leggings, ‘skinny’ trousers or shorts) are worn.  Footwear appropriate for school is plain shoes or trainers that are all black and have no coloured branding or logo. Under no circumstances are facial piercings to be worn to school.  Should your child present at school in inappropriate uniform they will be asked to return home to change.
Lessons start at 8.45am. Please ensure that your child is able to get to school on time to begin their learning. We encourage an ethos that highlights the importance of being smart, organised and punctual and these areas are vital in helping to achieve this.
As always we thank you for your help and support.
Yours faithfully
Mark Tidman
Senior Assistant Headteacher