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Uniform

Grades 1 - 5

At St. John’s Primary School, we believe that a regulation school uniform projects an atmosphere of uniformity, pride, loyalty, and equality among the student population. It presents an image of professionalism, encourages self-discipline, and helps the children feel a part of "the team" at school. Wearing the school uniform is obligatory for all our students. Timbertots, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten students are not required to wear uniforms.

The Schoolblazer website is easy to use; simply register yourself and your child/children and the site will direct you to the uniform required for your child/children.  Fitting samples are available in the shop to enable you to try before placing your order, however, all orders must be placed via www.schoolblazer.com allowing you to shop at your own convenience.

There is a provision for the purchase of second hand uniform, which is coordinated through the Primary School office.

GIRLS UNIFORM

Long or short-sleeved checked blouse

Long-sleeved or sleeveless navy crested V-neck or cardigan Navy crested quilted jacket Navy crested stormproof coat Sand trousers or sand short culotte Checked dress Navy blue ankle socks or tights

BOYS UNIFORM

Long or short-sleeved checked shirt

Long-sleeved or sleeveless navy crested V-neck Navy crested quilted jacket Navy crested stormproof coat Sand trousers or sand shorts

SHOES

Plain black, grey or navy blue shoes

In mild weather, sandals (in the uniform colors) with back straps are allowed. No flip-flops are permitted for safety reasons.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Bottle green crested t-shirt

Black crested PE shorts

Black or white gym shoes or trainers (Velcro or laced), which give sufficient support to the foot and have non-marking soles White sports socks

SWIMMING

A "Speedo" style swimsuit is obligatory for the local swimming pools where the students swim (not Bermudas)

In Belgium, it is compulsory to wear a swim cap (boys and girls)

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