We believe that wearing a school uniform can help to give children a feeling of belonging to the school community and a sense of pride in the School. Uniform is comfortable and inexpensive. Wearing uniform prevents children from competing to wear expensive fashion items and from wearing clothes that are unsuitable for school activities. Following rules and adhering to policy is an important lesson for children. Many high schools enforce sanctions for incorrect uniform or kit and we believe if we get it right at primary school, they will have more chance of getting it right in their next stage of learning.
PLEASE SUPPORT US BY BUYING A UNIFORM AND MAKING SURE YOUR CHILD WEARS IT!
Uniform can be ordered online here ---> Holy Trinity Primary School - CCUniforms | School Uniform Specialist in West Bromwich & Sandwell
Boys must wear a burgundy sweatshirt, yellow shirt or polo shirt, grey or black trousers and black shoes.
Girls must wear a burgundy sweatshirt or cardigan, a yellow polo shirt, red gingham dress, black or grey skirt/dress or trousers and black shoes.
P.E and Games
Participating in Physical Education lessons is a statutory requirement. To comply with all health and safety regulations all pupils must have a P.E kit in line with our uniform policy. Pupils are currently required to wear PE kit on the day of their lesson. This should consist of a plain white T-shirt, a black/grey plain hoodie (or school jumper), a pair of black shorts or jogging bottoms and a pair of black pumps or trainers.
We will send letters home if your child repeatedly wears the wrong uniform or PE kit. This could result in missed playtime for your child.
Children often try to bend the rules when it comes to uniform!
Please do not allow children to come to school in denim jeans or combat trousers, in T– Shirts with unsuitable logos or in vest tops. Football kits/tops are not suitable PE kit, please do not send your children to school in these on PE days. Please do not allow girls to come to school in high heeled shoes or strappy sandals as these are not practical and can cause accidents.
Please put your child's name in all clothing!