Irwin Avenue, Rednal, Birmingham, B45 8QY

0121 453 2520

enquiry@rednalhilljuniors.com

Rednal Hill Junior School

INSPIRE

Uniform

All pupils are expected to wear school uniform. This consists of:

  • A white or yellow polo shirt or school shirt
  • A dark green sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan
  • Black or grey trousers (or shorts) or skirt
  • Green or yellow summer dress (can be check)
  • Socks or tights (plain and in an appropriate colour)
  • Black shoes (trainers are not acceptable in school). No heelies are allowed in school due to health and safety reasons

 

    Clothing should be suitable and sensible. Uniform with a school badge, although desirable, IS NOT NECESSARY.

    It is necessary for ALL articles of clothing to be named. Iron on name labels can be bought from local stockists.

    School uniforms can be purchased from:

    Children have allocated PE sessions each week and in the interest of health and safety, pupils will need to change into PE kit comprising:

    • Black shorts
    • T-Shirt in house colours (Ruby=Red, Sapphire=Blue, Emerald=Green & Topaz=Yellow)
    • Suitable trainers (not high-tops)
    • Year 3 pupils will need swimwear.

    School team players may need additional equipment such as football boots.

    Jewellery, Make-Up and Hair

    No jewellery is to be worn to school. The only exceptions to this are a wrist watch and the wearing of ear studs. Such items must be removed for practical lessons. In the event of a recent piercing, a plaster supplied from home must be applied. School accepts no responsibility at any time for these items.

    The following items are also not allowed to be worn in school:

    • Make-up
    • False nails

    We expect children to dress in a way that does not distract themselves or others from their learning. Brightly coloured hair, temporary tattoos, nail varnish etc should not be worn as normal practice and, if we are concerned, we will contact parents to discuss this.

    As neither the Authority nor the school has an insurance provision for loss or damage to clothing or personal effects, parents should consider insurance cover through their own insurers. Valuable items like expensive watches, jewellery and electronic equipment etc. should not be sent to school. Mobile phones brought into school must be dropped into the school office during lesson time.