Waycroft Academy Uniform List
The uniform for Waycroft pupils is as follows:
School cardigan, sweatshirt or fleece in royal blue embroidered with the school badge and house name.
White shirt with a collar or white polo shirt.
Smart shorts, skirt, trousers or pinafore dress in grey or black. (No jeans or leggings).
Blue and white gingham dresses can be worn when the weather is warm enough.
White, grey or black ankle or knee high socks.
Black or blue tights.
Plain Black flat shoes with laces or buckles or flat black ankle or calf length boots.
Long hair to be tied back.
One wrist watch (Smartwatches of any kind or not permitted).
Children with pierced ears may wear up to one pair of small studs preferably not to be worn on PE days.
No make up or nail varnish is to be worn.
PE Kit (Not required for Nursery children)
Plain white short sleeved T shirt or house T-shirt (yellow, red, blue or green).
Black sports shorts.
Black or navy blue jogging trousers and a black or navy blue plain sweatshirt from Y1 upwards
Sports trainers (PE trainers do NOT need to be black) or black slip on daps. Children will not be allowed to wear their school shoes for PE as they will be getting wet/muddy.
Drawstring PE bag
School will supply all necessary writing and drawing equipment.
From Y5 upwards children can bring their own pencil cases with crayons, pencils, rubber and pencil sharpener - these remain the responsibility of the child.
In Y6 children can bring a good quality fountain pen with washable blue cartridges.
Reading Book Bag
A large selection of uniform can be bought online via the school website or the school office.
At school adults will encourage pupils to be in full uniform and represent their school with pride.
Please ensure all items are labelled with your child’s name and check regularly that this has not washed off.
Our uniform supplier is Price and Buckland. To see what they sell and to order online please follow the ‘order uniform online’ link on the Waycroft website under the ‘Parents’ tab and register/login online.
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