At Holy Trinity School we encourage children to take a pride in their appearance and we therefore expect that pupils wear the school uniform every day. Parents/carers may purchase articles of clothing at shops of their choice. Alternatively, school sweatshirts, cardigans, red shorts, baseball hats and water bottles are available online from 'Sussex Uniforms' http://www.sussexuniforms.co.uk/collections/holy-trinity You can order your school uniform online 24/7 and they will deliver direct to your home the next day. Contact 'Sussex Uniforms' by:
All long hair should be neatly tied back using a plain hair tie or hair band.
Please ensure that all uniform is clearly labelled with your child’s name, each term.
Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
White blouse or polo shirt
Grey or white socks
Sensible flat black shoes (no trainers)
Red sweatshirt or cardigan (available with logo)
In the Summer: red checked school dress Grey trousers or shorts
School book bags are printed with the school logo and have space for your child’s name and are available through 'Sussex Uniforms'. These are important for every child to ensure that children are able to carry their reading books home everyday so you can support them with their learning each day.
ALL PUPILS:PE KIT
T-shirt with the school logo in the house team colour your child has been allocated of red / green / yellow or blue (please speak to school office if you are unsure)
In the Winter, children may bring in tracksuit trousers for PE - these should ideally be black / Grey or red, and have no slogans or large branding. School jumpers / cardigans may be worn.
Trainers (velcro or laces fastening)
PE clothes should be kept in school in a drawstring bag (available online) on your child’s peg during the week (in case we re-timetable PE lessons due to the weather). PE clothes should be brought home at the end of each half term unless very dirty. If your child, does not have a kit in school they will be expected to take part in the lesson and borrow a spare school kit.
What to wear in winter (layers, layers and more layers)
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