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School Uniform

Visitors always compliment the children on how attractive they look in the school’s red sweatshirt!  These may be obtained from a local shop “The Uniform Shop” in Pasture Road, Goole, or any supermarket high street chain store.  Tesco.com also provide an on-line uniform service, complete with Hook School logo.

 

The uniform consists of:-

BOYS

  • Grey/black trousers or shorts
  • White shirt (polo shirts are suitable)
  • Red pullover or school sweatshirt
  • Red reversible fleece for outdoor wear only

GIRLS

  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress or Grey/black trousers White shirt (polo shirts are suitable)
  • Red and white school dress in summer (optional)
  • Red cardigan, pullover or school sweatshirt
  • Red reversible fleece for outdoor wear only

INDOOR SHOES

Our caretaker and cleaning staff take great pride in keeping the school clean.  It is important that every child has a pair of indoor shoes (plimsolls are ideal) that they can change into in order to assist us in keeping the school floors in good condition. There is also a safety factor that if outdoor shoes are worn in the Hall particles of grit, dirt or even glass may be deposited on the floor causing problems during PE lessons, which are often done in bare feet.  Any indoor footwear should be black or dark in colour to complete the uniform.

P.E. & GAMES

  • Soft plimsolls
  • shorts  (no buttons, pockets or strings for safety purposes)
  • T-shirt;
  • or leotard
  • Jogging suits or track suits are a useful addition for games outside during cold weather

A named cloth drawstring bag to keep P.E. clothes in on a coat peg is extremely useful.  Backpack type bags are not encouraged, as they are rather bulky, and space is very limited in our cloakroom areas.

As all school clothes look similar or are the same, it is vital that each garment is named in some way (shoes and plimsolls included).  This assists staff greatly in tracing misplaced items of clothing.

VALUABLES

Children are encouraged not to bring items of value including jewellery to school.  Where a child has pierced ears, small studs may be worn.  All earrings must be removed or covered with sticking plaster for P.E. lessons for safety reasons.  We cannot accept responsibility for such items brought to school.  Such items are not covered under the school insurance.