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The wearing of school uniform is positively encouraged and parents' support in this matter is much appreciated.

BOYS
    

 Sweatshirts
  Dark green with school badge
 Shirts White - long sleeved or short sleeved `polo' style
 Trousers Grey - short or long
 Shoes Black (not trainers)

GIRLS

 Dresses Green and white small check or narrow stripes
 Skirts/Pinafores Grey
 Trousers Grey - straight legged
 Shirts White - long sleeved or short sleeved `polo' style
 Sweatshirts Dark green with school badge
 Socks/tights White, green, black or grey
 Shoes Black (not trainers, nor high heeled)

PE KIT

 Black shorts
 Green St. James sports top
 Black sports socks
 Black plimsolls / trainers
 Green St. James tracksuit top
 Black tracksuit bottoms (optional)

Parents are requested to provide a PE / shoe bag to be hung on a coat peg.

All articles of clothing should be marked clearly with the child's name.

ALSO AVAILABLE

 Reversible fleece jacket
 St. James swimming hat
 St. James book bag

SUPPLIERS

Sweatshirts, Polo shirts, PE Kit and School Coats can be obtained from the school. 

School Uniform order form. 

All other items can be obtained from Simmonds in Tunbridge Wells (or similar suppliers).

LOST PROPERTY

All of the personal property that children bring to school remains the responsibility of the child or his or her parents.  The school insurance does not cover pupils' possessions whilst on the school site.

Please help us to help your child look after his or her property by permanently naming all of their possessions.  The lost property cupboard is situated in the entrance hall.  If your child has mislaid any property it is firstly their responsibility to search for it, and then to report the matter to their class teacher.