The guidelines state that schools should encourage children to return to school as ‘normal’ as possible which means that where possible, to wear school uniform. Guidelines also state that clothes worn to school should be easy to wash on a regular basis. Therefore, at this point I will allow parents to decide whether to send their children to school in uniform or not and will review the situation in the near future.
Only a bag, lunchbox, water bottle and coat are needed to be brought into school on a daily basis. The school will provide all necessary writing equipment for each child.
School Uniform Grant
Funded by the Welsh Government to assist families on low incomes.
The Welsh Government has announced this year's school uniform grant to assist families on low income. To be eligible, the child must be:
- Going into Reception, Year 3, Year 7 or Year 10 in September 2020*, and
- Currently be entitled to free school meals**
Eligible parents/carers will be contacted automatically with details on how to apply. The application process will open on 13 July 2020.
The grant is £200 for Year 7 and £125 for the other year groups.
Applications must be made by 14 February 2021. If you have any further queries please contact email@example.com
*Note that the grant only covers Reception and Year 7 in special schools and Pupil Referral Units, and Reception to Year 11 for Looked After Children attending Swansea schools
**this excludes those on transitional protection for free school meals during the roll out of Universal Credit
The school shop is open after school on a Friday from 3.20pm onwards.
School Uniform can be purchased or ordered depending on available stock.
Order forms are available at the shop, school office and school website.
Orders can be sent into school with the children.
Payment should be made with the orders.
Orders placed by Friday will be delivered to class on Monday, depending on available stock.