The wearing of school uniform helps promote a sense of belonging to a thriving community. It is an expectation that all Crosshall students will wear the approved school uniform:
- jade or navy sweatshirts/cardigans;
- jade, navy or white polo-shirts;
- plain navy, dark grey or black trousers (not ‘jean style’, ‘skinny trousers’ or denim), shorts or skirts. Shorts and skirts must be of a modest length;
- summer dresses must be jade or blue check;
- plain, dark, sensible footwear. Please note, students should not wear trainers with coloured markings (e.g. white lines, white soles, Nike swooshes etc.), open-toed, sling backs or high heels;
- PE: plain navy, dark grey or black tracksuit and/or shorts, with a plain white T-shirt and dark, sensible footwear.
- art: a smock or modified adult's shirt for art activities/an apron.
We do not allow children to wear nail varnish or other makeup during the school day.
On days when pupils have PE lessons, they are required to attend school in their PE kit as outlined above. If pupils wear zipped or hooded tops, they will be asked to remove these for indoor PE. Additionally, excessively baggy tracksuit bottoms are not suitable for indoor PE activities. Generally, shoes and socks will also be removed when partaking in indoor PE. We suggest pupils remove any earrings at home on their PE day, as earrings must not be worn during PE.
Where sporting clubs or matches occur, pupils should still attend in school uniform and then change prior to the club or match commencing.
If a child is in school in the wrong uniform, we will contact parents to establish why this is the case and agree a timescale for it to be rectified.
Sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts and T-shirts with the school logo may be purchased online at www.totalclothing.co.uk/cjs. The online shop also sells a number of other items such as bags, hats and clothing labels.
Orders can be delivered to school free of charge.
Items for school delivery will be dispatched each Monday for next day delivery.
The locker space is very limited, so we ask that students bring books to school in a drawstring 'PE bag' or book bag.
At Crosshall Junior School we have adopted the Halo Code. More information can be found below.