Uniform


Looking very smart in our school uniform.

We believe that a school uniform encourages a sense of belonging and unique identity for our school children. We also like our pupils to dress smartly to show they have pride in their appearance.

Staff at Scalford School strive to promote neat presentation in all areas, whether it’s the way we dress, present the children’s work or look after our school buildings.

We discourage ear rings. If they are worn they must only be a small stud type. Please note, children will be responsible for their own jewellery at all times. They will need to remove all jewellery before any physical activities, including swimming and keep them in a safe place.

Girls - Black or grey skirt or trousers
- Yellow polo shirt
- Green sweatshirt
- Green fleece
- Grey/black tights or white socks
- Sensible black shoes (no heels)
Girls - Summer - Green and white checked dress
- Green sweatshirt or cardigan
- Sensible black sandals (no heels)
Boys - Black/grey trousers or shorts
- Yellow polo shirt
- Green sweatshirt
- Green fleece
- Grey, black or white socks
- Black shoes
PE Kit
(Boys and Girls)
- Black shorts
- Plain t-shirt
- Trainers or plimsolls

Please ensure all items are named

Where to Order

  • www.yourschooluniform.com - we have had a request from the company to advise parents to order uniform early so that if it does not fit you have chance to return it and get a replacement.
  • Tesco Direct Uniform - you can also now order uniform through Tesco's Uniform Embroidery Service.
  • B & H Midlands Services, Norman Way, Melton Mowbray - another place to purchase our school uniform.

It is important that children wear sensible, flat shoes. This is because they have to walk to and from the village hall every day. Slip on shoes or ballerina style are therefore not appropriate.

Named Bags

Base One

Pupils may bring a small rucksack to school to carry their PE kits, as this is much easier for them to carry than the traditional draw string PE bags.

Base Two and Three

Pupils should bring a draw string bag to school to carry their PE kit.

Coats

Should be smart. A warm coat is recommended for the winter months, preferably with a fitted hat (to prevent losing hats). We also recommend a light waterproof coat during the warmer months as our British weather is so unpredictable and the children do walk up to the village hall every day, regardless of the ‘majority’ of the weather (except in exceptional circumstances).