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School Uniform

Children at Tunbury wear our school uniform with pride, contributing to the feel and ethos of our school. Our school uniform can be purchased at School Time in Chatham or any local stores including ASDA and Marks and Spencer, enabling parents to obtain the best value for money. The school office also stocks school ties, which are available to purchase for £3.50 via School Money.

The full range and description of the uniform is as follows:






Burgundy with blue stripes






Light blue

Jumpers (v neck)        

Cardigans/Jumpers (v neck)




White or grey socks/Grey tights  


For summer, a blue and white summer dress   


Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 may wear a light blue polo shirt instead of a shirt and tie.

Black school shoes of a style suitable for school wear are required (not heels, trainers, or open-toe sandals). Children are expected to change in to school shoes if they wear wellingtons or boots to school.

All items of clothing should be named, as children do occasionally lose or misplace articles of clothing. Cardigans, jumpers and PE plimsolls are the most frequently found items in the lost property boxes.

For safety reasons, the wearing of rings, bracelets, necklaces or other jewellery is not permitted. Earrings should be small stud type only and should be removed for PE.

For Physical Education, the following PE kit is required.



Shorts, blue or black

PE Top (house team colour)  

Shorts and PE Top (house team colour)                      

In cooler weather children may wear a tracksuit

Trainers or plimsolls

All kit in a named PE bag

Naming Clothes

Occasionally children lose or misplace articles of clothing.

Please help your child to keep track of their clothes by naming all garments that they are likely to remove.  It is especially important that cardigans, jumpers and P.E. plimsolls are named as these are the most frequently found items in the lost property boxes.


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The last day of Term One is Friday 21st October