Eden Primary School Uniform
Our uniform reflects our belief in the value of diversity. Eden tops are available in three different colours, and the children can choose whichever they want to wear on any day. This brings a welcome degree of personal choice into the realm of uniform dressing. It also means that our assembled pupils look as bright and varied as they truly are. The uniform is available from our online supplier. The customised (embroidered) items are from https://myclothing.com/ You can buy the whole uniform online but a trip to any supermarket will also supply you with the non-customised items, as they are fairly standard kit.
The following customised (embroidered) items with the Eden Primary logo are available to be bought from MyClothing.
|Polo Shirt with Eden logo||white, burgundy, blue, green||https://myclothing.com/|
|Sweatshirt with Eden logo||burgundy, green, blue||https://myclothing.com/|
|We encourage you to choose different colours when buying more than one of the above items, giving children choice and reflecting our diverse ethos.|
|PE Kit bag with Eden logo||black||https://myclothing.com/|
|Book bag with Eden logo||
This bag is to be used in Reception and in Year 1
|Backpack with Eden logo||
burgundy, blue and green (medium)
dark blue (large)
This bag is to be used in Years 2 – 6 only. The larger bag is optional for years 5 and 6 only
|Available to order from the school office only|
Non-embroidered standard items: Boys and girls can choose from any of the items below which are available from any supermarket or supplier of your choice.
|Joggers, sweatpants, trousers, leggings, tunic, shorts or skirts||black|
|Socks or tights||white or black|
|Gym top (short sleeved T shirt)||white|
|PE shoes (plimsolls)||black|
|Gym shorts or joggers||black|
You can buy the whole uniform online if you wish, but a trip to any supermarket will also easily supply you with the non-customised items, as they are fairly standard kit.
OPTIONAL KIPPAH AND TZITZIT
Wearing a kippah or tzitzit is not compulsory. If any of our pupils wear them at home, then they are very welcome to wear them in school. It is however expected that boys, and girls who choose to do so, will wear a kippah during Jewish prayers. We keep a variety of kippot in school and introduce them to the children during the year. Children may bring their own kippah to school if they would like.