- Morning 9.00am - 12.35pm
- Interval 10.40am - 10.55am
- Lunch 12.35pm - 1.25pm
- Afternoon Session 1.25pm - 3.05pm
Our Nursery Sessions run from 9am-3pm.
All P1-7 children should wear the following to school:
- Grey skirt or trousers or pinafore dress
- White blouse/shirt/polo shirt
- Red or Navy school sweatshirt/cardigan – with or without the school logo
- Gingham summer dresses or grey shorts may be worn in the warmer months
Items with the school logo are available from BE Schoolwear, 1-3 Meadowside, Dundee DD1 1LW (Tel: 01382 200926) BE Uniforms Dundee (click here for website)
All P1-7 children should bring the following to school:
- Water bottle
- PE kit (shorts/joggers, t-shirt and gym shoes or clean trainers)
- A waterproof coat with a hood
- A school bag big enough to fit an A4 folder
Some children like to bring a pencil case but there is no requirement to do so – all stationery is provided and there may be times when teachers prefer the children to keep their own resources in their bag so that everyone is using the same equipment.
P1-7 children should come to school wearing shoes that are suitable for outdoor play (trainers or wellies are appropriate) and then change into their black school shoes on arrival. They will change again at playtime and lunchtime so that their school shoes stay clean for indoor wear. We are having new carpets fitted through the summer and want to keep them clean and fresh! They should keep their black school shoes in their bag.
This year and last, we allowed pupils to wear an additional non-uniform jumper over their school jumper to stay warm in class due to Covid ventilation. Now that we have CO2 monitors in place to ensure ventilation is not excessive, this is rarely necessary. Once we enter the winter months, your child might like an extra layer on some days but from August 2022 onwards, this should be an extra school jumper or cardigan in red or navy. We will no longer be encouraging non-uniform jumpers, hoodies or fleeces in class and we particularly ask for no branded items or items with a slogan. Wherever possible, items you purchase for school should be the school colours – described above.
Research that suggests that wearing school uniform promotes a sense of team work, inclusion and ownership and I am grateful to all parents who support our uniform guidelines.