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Littleton Church of England Nursery and Infant School

School Uniform

At Littleton we believe our uniform is smart, practical and easily accessible for parents.

You can purchase our uniform from School Uniform Direct

Girls

  • Brown cardigan or sweatshirt with school emblem (compulsory from uniform supplier)
  • Yellow Polo Shirt (plain or with school emblem compulsory from uniform supplier)
  • Brown pinafore dress or brown skirt
  • White socks
  • Brown tights
  • Brown or black shoes (no trainers)

Summer Term

  • Yellow and white checked summer dress
  • White socks
  • Footwear for the summer term must be appropriate for school. No high heels, flip flops or open-toed sandals.

Boys

  • Brown sweatshirt with school emblem (compulsory from uniform supplier)
  • Yellow polo shirt (plain or with school emblem compulsory from uniform supplier)
  • Black trousers
  • Brown or black shoes (no trainers)
  • Black or brown socks
  • Black or dark grey tailored shorts during summer term

PE and Forest Schools

  • Black shorts
  • White t-shirt (optional to have school emblem)
  • Trainers or Black Plimsolls
  • Black Hoodie sweatshirt with school emblem (compulsory from uniform supplier)
  • Black tracksuit bottoms
  • Forest School – Black Hoodie sweatshirt and tracksuit bottoms as above. Also it is recommended that your child wears waterproofs and wellington boots for wet and muddy weather conditions

  • Brown Book bag with school emblem (compulsory from uniform supplier).
  • Water Bottle (children are to bring a bottle with fresh water in each day to accompany them in the classroom)

Optional

  • Brown Reversible Coat with school emblem.
  • Drawstring PE bag with emblem
  • Yellow sun cap with school emblem

Jewellery

Surrey Local Authority recommends that children should not wear jewellery to school as it may cause injury to them or other children.

At Littleton your child may wear small stud earrings to school, but these must be removed before school on PE days. Class teachers will advise parents of PE days at the beginning of term.

Parents are advised that if your child is having their ears pierced then it should be done at the beginning of the summer holidays. This will minimise any disruption of their learning in Physical Education.

Please make sure that all your child’s items are clearly marked with their name.