At Preshute Primary School all our children take pride in their appearance and we believe that being smart shows that they are ready to learn.
Although not compulsory, our children are encouraged to wear the following recommended uniform:
- School sweatshirt | Navy blue
- Jumper or cardigan | Navy blue
- Shirts/blouses | White or navy
- Trousers/skirts| Navy or grey
- Pinafores | Navy or grey
Girls may prefer to wear blue gingham dresses in the summer and boys may prefer to wear navy or grey shorts. Jeans are not permitted.
Jewellery is not allowed for health and safety reasons and children with pierced ears should wear studs.
Please ensure that all clothing is labelled (including shoes). Should your child mislay an item of clothing, the lost property box is situated in the cloakroom of Class 3.
Our uniform supplier is ‘Brigade’, and several local schools use them. Their website for orders is www.brigade.uk.com
Please have a look – there are some extra items, like logo’d jacket (not compulsory) and some basic items are also available …trousers/ skirts, swimming trunks etc.
You can also order PE kit from there (except leggings).
The items are ordered online and delivered to your home - £3.95 , or free if over £50
If ordering through Brigade for the start of the new September 2020 term, please make sure you place your order by 7 August.
Brigade Uniform Measuring Guide
Click here for their size guide.
The P.E. Uniform
It is essential for safety reasons that children are properly equipped for P.E. lessons.
The current P.E. uniform is as follows:
|Navy/white t-shirt||Black/navy shorts||Black plimsolls|
|Navy/white polo shirt||Black/navy skort||Trainers|
|Navy sweatshirt||Navy leggings|
|Navy fleece (not full zip)||Navy tracksuit bottoms|
All items should be marked with the child’s name.The Preshute logo is optional on P.E. uniform.
Wearing P.E Uniform to School -
Since September 2017 the children coming in to school wearing their P.E. kits on the day they have their P.E. sessions. The key benefits that we hope this will bring are:
- More learning time as time won’t be wasted changing
- Less lost clothes
- More space in the cloakrooms
The children will spend all day in their PE kits so please ensure they are dressed appropriately for the weather.
P.E. sessions for 2020-2021 academic year
The children’s P.E. sessions from September 2020 are as follows:
- Reception - Tuesday and Thursday
- Year 1 - Monday and
- Year 2 - Monday and
- Year 3 -
- Year 4 -
- Year 5 - Monday and Wednesday
- Year 6 - Monday and Wednesday
An apron or overall is useful for practical work. These are supplied by the school for Infants. An old shirt with shortened sleeves does very well for a Junior child.