School Uniform 2020-21
At Glodwick the wearing of our school uniform is compulsory. This means that we expect all of our children to wear the school colours every day. This will help to identify our children as part of a special community of which they may feel proud. The uniform is made up of the following garments in Purple, Grey and White:
Purple Sweatshirt with School Logo £11.00
Purple Book Bags £4.00
Purple PE Bags £4.00
These can be bought from the school office .
The additional items can be purchased from local shops and supermarkets.
Please remember to put your child's name on all items of clothing.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Girls School Uniform
Grey shalwar kamiz
Grey skirt or pinafore dress with white polo Shirt
White or grey socks and black shoes
Boys School Uniform
Grey trousers or shorts with white polo shirt
Grey or white socks and black shoes.
In P. E. and games lessons the children are expected to wear a PE kit. The PE kit is black shorts or black leggings and a white t shirt. Children will also need to wear a pair of black slip on PE pumps. Please note that long or loose clothing is not acceptable as this can cause a danger when climbing on equipment. Jewellery of any kind is NOT permitted during PE lessons for safety reasons. Your child is expected to keep their PE kit in a Glodwick PE Bag available for £3.00 from the school office.
Boys: trunks or swim shorts. Shorts must have a lining and be no longer than mid thigh. Long baggy shorts can cause drag resistance and in certain circumstances are unsafe.
Girls: A one piece swimming costume. Close fitting leotards and footless tights may also be worn where normal swimwear is not appropriate for religious/ cultural reasons.
For safety reasons, jewellery MUST not be worn to school small stud earrings are acceptable but MUST be removed for PE lessons. Please ensure that your child does not wear any bangles and necklaces that may cause a hazard for them whilst at school. If your child arrives in school wearing jewellery you will be contacted and asked to come into school to remove it.
Please do not allow your child to bring any valuables to school. Articles of any value should be left at home. Any money must be in an envelope and labelled with your child’s name and placed in a class collection box before the school day starts.