Tyndale Primary School requires pupils to wear school uniform. We believe that a school uniform provides a sense of belonging and identity whilst setting an appropriate tone for an education setting.
Details of our school uniform requirements can be found here.
In developing our school uniform we have carefully considered what is required practically for classroom lessons or for sport, safeguarding and health and safety considerations, and our obligations under the Equality Act 2010, and we have taken account of the wishes of parents and pupils.
We have also considered the cost implications for families and different groups of pupils and sought best value - we have minimised the number of branded items and avoided single supplier contracts so that parents have a choice of where they can shop, and we will avoid frequent uniform changes so that clothes can be passed on. We are also in the process of setting up and offering a second hand uniform shop to ensure that families have low-cost options.
If you have any questions about our uniform, or are struggling through financial hardship, please contact us on 01454867180 or email@example.com and we can support you.
Complaints about our school uniform should be dealt with under the school complaints policy which can be found here.