Black or grey trousers or skirt
Black or grey pinafore dress, yellow summer dress
Yellow or black sweatshirt/cardigan (with or without Giles logo)
Yellow or black polo shirt (with or without Giles logo)
Black shoes/boots - we will allow black trainers but only if they do not have black school shoes available - no open toed sandals
Black, grey or white socks
White and black Giles PE t-shirt / or plain white polo shirt
Plain black shorts
Sports trainers (can be any colour)
Black tracksuit bottoms
Black fleece or sweatshirt (no hood)
No hoodies at all on PE or uniform days
Skins underneath PE kits are fine on PE days - skins are not to be worn under uniform on uniform days
Black leggings are fine for PE days - NOT on uniform days. They should be wearing either trousers or a skirt and not leggings.
NO logos (except the Giles one) on any items of clothing - no logo sportswear for PE days
No sportswear that isn't black or white for PE days
Hair which falls below the shoulder should be tied up in completion at all times
Hair should not be died
Nails should be free of nail polish
A single, simple stud can be worn as an earring/s but should be removed for PE days
You can purchase Giles Junior school uniform through Smarty Schoolwear
Order online : www.smartyschoolwear.co.uk/
Click and collect service available at the new Smarty Schoolwear shop currently located in Stevenage Town Centre. It is requested that you call to book an appointment if you require to browse the uniform and try garments on.
To purchase your child’s uniform or PE kit, parents have three options:
Smarty Schoolwear Ltd, Unit 2 Mulberry House,Park Place, Stevenage, SG1 1DP
NB: If you are eligible for Free School Meals (or have been in the last 6 years) you will receive a discount on your PE kit.
Buying school uniform can be complex at the best of times, however, please try and undertake the following to make it easier:
1) Try to book appointments early in the summer holidays with Smarty Schoolwear, to purchase uniform ready for the start of the school year in September. They have introduced Klarna pay to spread payments (reducing the expenditure burden) and also have increased the exchange and refund periods to assist. They believe in coming once, getting you correctly fitted out and taking the garments home on the day, as this minimises the number of times you will need to come to the store and come in contact with people. Check online or call the store to book an appointment.
2) Existing parents/carers should check their child’s uniform requirements for the new term as early possible. Try to avoid leaving it to late August.
If you need any further assistance or because you are in the vulnerable health category please call us on 01707 263909 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide further guidance.