Neston Uniform

  • Red school sweatshirt or cardigan – with our school logo
  • White polo shirt (logo optional)
  • Grey trousers, shorts or skirt
  • Red & white checked gingham dress (summer Term 5 & 6)
  • Black school shoes (no heels or slingbacks/no open-toed sandals in summer/no trainers)
  • Grey / White socks or Red / Grey tights
  • A hat for summer
  • Neston School book bag (available from the school office)

Uniform with the school logo is sold at Scholars shop, 3 The Causeway, Chippenham SN15 3BT Tel: 01249 656600 via the Scholars website.

wellies

Outdoor Provision

Reception children need to keep a pair of wellies in school and we recommend that they also have waterproof coat and trousers. In addition they should have a change of clothes in school (old jogging bottoms, sweatshirt and a dry pair of socks) These would be best kept in a named drawstring bag, separate from PE kit.

Children in years 1 to 6 should also keep a pair of wellies in school in order to explore the wonderful grounds we have here at Neston. 


PE Kit

  • House coloured t-shirt or White t-shire (House colours will be allocated in October, so please wait to purchase
  • Black shorts and tracksuit bottoms
  • Sweatshirt for the winter
  • Trainers for outdoors and daps for indoors
  • PE bag

Sports kit should be changed into for PE sessions and should be kept in a named drawstring bag which remains in school every day. (The children will be reminded to take their kits home to be washed at regular intervals) 

 

Swimming Kit

  • Swimming trunks / one piece swimming costumes
  • Swimming hat
  • Towel

Bikinis are not appropriate for school swimming sessions. Goggles are discouraged by the swimming teachers but may be worn with a letter of signed consent from parents.

 

PE kit
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Nearly New

Sales of nearly-new uniform are held regularly by FONS (Friends of Neston School) on the school premises and it is usually available at the annual Induction Meeting for Reception pupils.

 

 

Jewellery

Children should not wear jewellery in school because of loss or accidents, particularly in physical and practical aspects of the curriculum. Children with pierced ears should only wear 'Sleeper' studs. When watches are removed for PE or swimming they are the child's responsibility and should be placed securely with their own belongings. Staff cannot take responsibility for such possessions.