Uniform

All children are expected to wear our Brimsdown school uniform.

We believe it is important because:-

  • A smart uniform gives a child a sense of pride in themselves and the school.
  • It helps them to feel a part of the school family within the community.
  • It promotes equality between all children.
  • It reflects the positive attitude of the school and the children, to those outside. 

 School uniform can be purchased at:-

Lyons School Shop, 242 Hertford Road, Enfield. EN3 5BL

 020 8804 3627

http://www.uniform4kids.com/

 Boys

Royal Blue polo shirt with our school logo or white/pale blue polo shirt

Royal Blue Sweatshirt with school logo or royal blue jumper

Dark grey or black trousers, shorts or jogging bottoms

Dark socks

Royal Blue book bag with school logo

Girls

Royal Blue polo shirt with our school logo or white/pale blue polo shirt​

Royal Blue Sweatshirt with school logo or royal blue jumper or royal blue cardigan

Dark grey or black skirt, trousers or jogging bottoms or grey pinafore dress

Blue gingham dress in summer term​

Grey or black tights, or grey/black/white socks

Royal Blue book bag with school logo

Footwear

Black shoes with flat heel or plain black trainers – no logos, lights or wheels.

Plimsolls for indoor PE

 All clothing and footwear should be clearly labelled with your child’s full name.​

Other

Apart from small stud earrings in pierced ears, no jewellery should be worn in school.  Nail varnish, make up and temporary tattoos should not be worn.

No patterns or logos should be shaved into the hair.

Long hair should be tied back.

 

Lost Property

It is very easy for children’s clothes, bags and lunch boxes to get mixed up. Please avoid this by clearly marking your child’s belongings with their name and class in permanent ink or via a sewn name label.

The school has a ‘lost property’ box which is located near the welfare office. The office staff, your child’s class teacher or teaching assistant will be happy to show you where it is but will not be able to search for items that are lost without names.

The lost property box is emptied at the end of each half term, tables will be set out in the playground so that parents can sort through the labelled items, but also allows an opportunity for unnamed school uniform items to be sold a a small cost. A few school uniform items without a name are kept as ‘spares’. Please be aware that any lost property that isn’t collected will be either given to charity or disposed of depending on its condition.

The school is unable to take responsibility for lost property (including: uniform items, coats, shoes, bags, lunch boxes, mobile phones, jewellery items and watches, hats, gloves, scarves, personal stationery, etc.)

If your child accidentally brings home an article of clothing belonging to someone else, please immediately send this back to school so it can be returned to its rightful owner.​ Thank you.