Uniform is worn at Tyntesfield to develop a sense of pride in our school and develops a sense of community and belonging. It identifies the children with our school and it is smart. What a child wears to school reflects their attitude to learning and it portrays our ethos and shared positive values.
It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending our school and we ask that parents please support us in ensuring that their child consistently wears the correct uniform so that standards remain high. In anticipation of your strong support, thank you.
Grey skirt, pinafore dress or grey tailored trousers
White shirt with a collar and top button (no open collared shirts)
School cardigan or jumper *
In summer, red/white gingham dress or grey tailored shorts may be worn
Grey or white socks / grey tights
Head scarf (Burgundy/Black/white)
As part of our uniform, the PTA provides a book bag for the Infants. Each child is given one on entry to our school. The bags are made of durable water repellent polyester and are paid for from PTA funds.
As pupils move from Reception to Year 4, the children are to continue to use our school book bags due to safety concerns in the cloak room. As pupils move into Year 5 and 6, they are to provide a small bag/rucksack for their belongings.
Sensible school shoes (black) are required to be worn. No boots are to be worn. No trainers to be worn except for sporting activities.
It is important for pupils to wear correct clothing for physical activities.
Plain white T-shirt (T-shirts with the school logo are available)
Plain maroon sweatshirt for winter months (sweatshirts with the school logo are available)
Black tracksuit bottoms for winter months
On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school except for ear-ring studs and watches. During PE and games we ask children to remove all items of jewellery. Where it is not possible for the child to remove the jewellery, we ask them to cover them to prevent them from causing injury.
Pupils very much enjoy coming to school... They feel safe in the stimulating environment into which they are warmly welcomed... One pupil stated that, ‘You can be yourself here.’