School uniform - We would like all of our children to wear their uniform with pride.
This is grey skirts, pinafore dresses or trousers, white polo shirt and a green fleece, cardigan or sweatshirt. Children who do not wear uniform will be given uniform to wear whilst in school.
Please ensure your child brings a coat to school during the colder months.
Children may wear wellington boots to walk to school. We understand that these may be necessary for the journey to or from school, but the children should wear plain black shoes or boots in school.
Hairbands should be plain. Scrunchies or ribbons should be blue, black, white, green or brown (non-decorative)
Children must have a change of clothes and footwear for PE lessons. T-shirts should be white with black shorts and either plimsolls or trainers. (If you already have a coloured shirt, that is fine, just change it to white when it needs replacing.)
We strongly recommend that children have a tracksuit available to wear for outdoor PE as it is still quite cold. Every class has outdoor PE at least once a week and we try to go outside for this lesson whenever possible. It is only rain or snow that forces teachers to take the lesson indoors.
Purchasing School Uniform
You can purchase the school's uniform and bags directly from Tesco by following the steps below:
- Go to http://www.tesco.com/ues
- Select Bromley from the local authority dropdown
- Select Gray's Farm Primary Academy
- Click Shop Now
- Select the uniform and sizes you require and add them to your basket
- Pay using credit or a debit card at the checkout
- Tesco will deliver your uniform free within 14 days. (Please note Tesco will only deliver school embroidered uniform free of charge, any non-embroidered uniform will carry a delivery charge)
Alternatively you can buy the school polo and sweat shirts from:
23 Wellington Rd,
Bandbox will also embroider the school logo onto plain polo or sweatshirts purchased elsewhere for a fee.
Please note that the school bookbag and PE bag is only available through Tesco.
We would like to remind you that small stud type earrings are the only type of jewellery that should be worn to school. Larger studs or dangly, hoop earrings can be dangerous, especially when the children are playing outside and running around. If your child does wear earrings, please try and teach him or her how to remove them for PE as no jewellery should be worn during games or gymnastics. Using micropore tape does not prevent puncture injuries if the ear is knocked or hit by a ball.
We would also politely request that children do not wear false nails, nail varnish or fake tattoos to school.
Gray’s Farm Primary Academy understands that some religions and beliefs require their adherents to conform to a particular dress code, or to otherwise outwardly manifest their belief. This could include wearing or carrying specific religious artefacts, not cutting their hair, dressing modestly, or covering their head. Pupils have the right to manifest a religion or belief (Human Rights Act 1998), but not necessarily at all times, places or in a particular manner (Equality Act 2010).