Kehelland Village School Uniform

Our uniform is a mark of the school’s collective identity. We ask that all children adhere to the uniform requirements every day.
 

The school would prefer the children to wear polo shirts and shorts or skirts during warmer months, as these enable practical activities to be undertaken on any day, such as using the field climbing equipment, however, where girls would like to wear summer dresses, a gingham dress in the appropriate house colour (blue, yellow or green) is permissible during the summer term, with a navy blue school cardigan.

 

We are happy to meet pupils individual uniform needs. Please ask to talk to the School SENDCo to agree to any changes your child may need.

Enys Uniform

 

  • Navy blue sweatshirt with school logo
  • Blue (Enys),  polo shirt
  • Black trousers, skirt, shorts or a pinafore dress.
  • Black flat shoes 

 

Porth Uniform

  • Navy blue sweatshirt with school logo
  • Yellow (Porth) polo shirt
  • Black trousers, skirt, shorts or a pinafore dress.
  • Black flat shoes 
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Towan Uniform

 

  • Navy blue sweatshirt with school logo
  • Green (Towan) polo shirt
  • Black trousers, skirt, shorts or a pinafore dress.
  • Black flat shoes 

 

 

PE Kit

 

Blue (Enys), Yellow (Porth) or Green (Towan) t-shirt

 

Black shorts

 

Trainers (football boots plus shin-pads for those attending football or rugby club)


A change of socks


Navy blue or black tracksuit trousers and over top can also be worn. 

 

Pupils should ensure that all of this kit is in school throughout the week.

 

Please ensure that all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.

Thank you.

Health and Safety

Safe and sensible footwear is essential at all times, therefore school shoes should be plain black and flat. 

 

All children need a coat or waterproof in school throughout the year.

 

We require all hair of shoulder length to be tied back to ensure that it is not falling onto the shoulders. This should be done to the back to make sure each child can safely take part in active playtime and PE lessons.


No jewellery (other than plain studs for pierced ears and watches) is acceptable.

We do not regard tattoo transfers as appropriate in school.

 

We encourage the use of sun hats or warm winter headgear and indeed we recommend both as appropriate for outdoor PE sessions.