Wreay School expects all pupils to wear the school uniform at all times during the school year. The uniform has been kept simple to keep costs to a minimum and parents are expected to send their children into school correctly dressed. Uniform can be purchased from https://www.border-embroideries.co.uk/search/wreay as well as supermarkets and other clothes shops (without a logo). The list below outlines current guidance.
Pupils may wear a single pair of stud earrings that they must be able to remove for PE and games lessons. No other jewellery may be worn to school although pupils may wear watches. Parents who wish their child to wear jewellery in keeping with their religion/ethnicity should contact the school direct to discuss the individual requirements. Nail varnish is not allowed.
Long hair must be tied back. A plain hairband can be worn that matches the uniform. No patterned or dyed hair is allowed.
Please note that we recommend a PE kit drawstring bag (rather than a rucksack or carrier bag) due to the space constrictions of our corridors – these bags will hang on to pegs without falling and will minimise the possibility of slip and trip hazards.
- Grey trousers/shorts/skirt/culottes
- White polo shirt (school logo optional)
- Red checked gingham dress in Summer (no logo)
- Red sweatshirt or cardigan (with school logo)
- Black shoes (flat), no trainers and no open-toed sandals in Summer
- Grey, black, or white socks/plain grey, black or red tights
PE kit to be kept in a small bag or PE kit drawstring bag that can be hung on a peg
- Black shorts or skorts
- Red t-shirt (logo optional)
- Trainers (non-marking if possible) for indoor and outdoor use
- Black tracksuit top and trousers with school jumper
The majority of our school uniform can be purchased from the usual outlets (supermarkets, clothes shops etc) without logos, with the exception of school jumpers/cardigans, where a logo is preferred. Parents on the Wreay Primary School PTA Group Facebook page often offer good quality, second hand uniform, for free or a small purchase price. In addition, Charity shops in the local area often stock second hand uniform. Finally, any unclaimed uniform (where it has not been possible to reunite the item with the owner after a reasonable length of time) is offered, for a small donation to PTA funds, at the end of term, at the front of school.