We believe it is important to have a sense of belonging at Lyneham Primary School and we work hard to ensure that your child feels welcome here right from the first moment they visit us. One of the things that help us to achieve this is our school uniform.
We are always grateful to receive donations of second hand uniform that we sell during our monthly uniform sale. All items are available for £1 each and the proceeds go into our school fund, which we use to support events and activities for the children.
Children at Lyneham Primary School are proud to wear their smart and practical school uniform.
School Uniform - Winter
Red sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan (with or without school logo) - (NO HOODIES - except for Year 6 pupils who can order school hoodies)
White or red polo shirt
Grey or black trousers or skirt.
School Uniform - Summer
Red & white checked or striped dresses.
Tailored grey or black shorts – boys and girls.
Sun hat – ideally covering the back of the neck.
Smart shoes in black or brown. No trainers, boots, flip flops or ‘Crocs’.
Sport is an important part of school life and children will usually have 2 PE seesions a week. To save learning time and reduce lost property, we ask that children come to school wearing PE kit with black jogging bottoms or shorts and their normal red jumper or sweatshirt on those days.
The PE kit comprises:
Trainers or plimsolls and socks
Black Shorts or jogging bottoms
A plain red or white t-shirt (or even a school polo shirt)
Please do not send children in other coloured trousers or tops on PE days or with logos other than the school logo.
For safety reasons, no jewellery please except watches and plain stud earrings – earrings need to be removed for P.E. or covered with tape.
Hairstyles/haircuts should be appropriate for school and avoid extremes of fashion. NO bright hair colours or shaved patterns please. For practical reasons, long hair needs to be tied back.
Please make sure that every article of clothing is clearly labelled. It is a shame when we have lots of expensive unnamed items that can’t be reunited with their owner.
Please check the cloakrooms and classrooms for lost property. At the end of the summer term we put out any lost items for everyone to check and any unclaimed, unnamed items are donated to a local charity shop.