Thank you for supporting us with providing your child with the correct uniform. We are proud of how smart the children look. A weekly ‘Smartest Class Award’ is presented in every Monday assembly. At Gomer Junior School we have a school uniform because we recognise that a consistent uniform approach increases children’s identity and self-esteem, impacting positively on behaviour. It also puts the children in the right frame of mind for working. Additionally, it ensures that pupils are not differentiated one from another because of the clothes they wear to school. The Governing Body have given careful consideration to the uniform list ensuring that it is readily available and reasonably priced.
PLEASE mark your child’s name in ALL clothing and personal belongings to help us return them if they are mislaid.
Skoolkit are our uniform supplier. They have a shop in Fareham or you can order their products on-line.
All of the kit outlined above, with the exception of the logoed jumper, can be purchased from a range of suppliers for very competitive prices.
Winter Uniform checklist:
Royal blue jumper / cardigan (ideally with school logo)
White polo type shirt with a collar or a white cotton shirt with a stiff collar
For boys: Grey or black trousers
For girls: Grey or black trousers, skirt or culottes and / or pinafore
Long or short white, grey or black socks or black, grey or royal blue tights
Sensible black shoes (no trainers other than for PE).
Summer Uniform checklist:
Royal blue jumper / cardigan
White (no blue) polo type shirt with a collar or a white cotton shirt with a stiff collar
For boys: Grey or black trousers or shorts
For girls: Grey or black trousers, shorts or culottes or dark blue gingham dresses, or playsuits or gingham blouse and skirt to be worn as a two piece.
Long or short white, grey or black socks
Sensible black shoes (no trainers other than for PE) or sensible black or white sandals
Light weight sensible coat
White shorts – as a privilege, Y6 may wear navy blue shorts
Blue t shirt (logo t shirts can be bought from Skoolkit)
Socks (barefoot for indoor PE)
Plimsolls or trainers
Any suitable and sensible tracksuit for winter months – Royal Blue tracksuit bottoms available from Skoolkit
Suitable PE bag, preferably drawstring
Book bag optional and can be bought from the school office
Small bag if not using a school book bag
Hair: In line with health and safety and to maintain a smart appearance, hair that can be tied back needs to be tied back (in any way you choose) with discrete neutral or school coloured hair ties / bands.
One natural colour, grade 2 or longer. Extremes of fashion of the colouring or the nature of the cut are not acceptable.
Jewellery: Children should not wear any jewellery (with the exception of watches) apart from a single or pair of stud earrings in pierced ears. The school cannot accept any responsibility or liability for mislaid personal jewellery. To help keep your child safe, earrings need to be removed for PE.