School Uniform
We appreciate the support and encouragement given by parents to the wearing of school uniform. The school uniform is composed of common sense items of clothing, which are both practical and smart and also easily obtained from JK Clothing, 148 Well Hall Road, London, SE9  6SN

The Uniform
Boys:White polo shirt, dark grey or black trousers or shorts and the Henwick sweatshirt
Girls:White blouse/polo shirt, grey or black skirt/trousers/tunic and the Henwick sweatshirt/cardigan. In summer girls can wear a pale lemon and white checked school dress.

All items of uniform should be clearly be marked. Hats, gloves, coats, scarves, bags, lunch boxes, drinks container, vest, and socks also require marking with your child’s name.

School shoes, with sensible heals (not trainers please) black in colour. Trainers may be worn to and from school and at play times, but children must change into their school shoes for lessons.

PE kit which comprises of shorts, a Henwick T-shirt, and plimsolls. PE Bags and track-suit tops and bottoms are also required (blue or black please).

In light of the increased emphasis on outdoor play for the children in Reception, Children are allowed to wear plain navy tracksuit trousers during the school day during the colder weather.

Jewellery and make-up

We also ask that jewellery (includes novelty bands) and make-up and nail varnish are not worn in school. For safety reasons, pupils with pierced ears must only wear studs and these must be removed before PE and swimming lessons. If your child is unable to remove their own ear studs, they should be removed at home before they come to school on the days they have P.E.

Bags

We would ask that parents supply their child(ren) with an appropriate sized bag to transport their P.E. kit to and from school. Drawstring bags are ideal. The school will contact parents of those children who regularly appear not to have their PE kit available on the days of their PE lessons.