At Joydens Wood Junior we encourage all our pupils to wear the school uniform as it gives our school an identity and it gives the children a sense of belonging. Please clearly label all the children's clothing.
School uniform, including cardigans/sweatshirts and fleeces with the school logo can be ordered direct from Caseys Schoolwear in Sidcup by clicking here.
Caseys are school uniform specialists and have more than twenty years of experience in helping parents find the right garments for their children. All their staff are fully trained and able to advise you about sizes and styles suitable for your child. If you have any questions regarding school uniform for Joydens Wood, please contact David or Bridgette on 0208 850 8645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Grey trousers or shorts
White school polo shirt
Bottle green, school ‘V’ neck sweater, school sweatshirt or school cardigan
Grey or black socks
Grey skirt, pinafore or trousers
White blouse or white school polo shirt
Bottle green school cardigan or school sweatshirt
White or grey socks
Grey or black tights
Summer Dress (optional) can be of any suitable green/white check or stripe material made to a sensible design (Term 6)
PE polo shirt in house colour (red/green/yellow or blue)
Bottle green plain joggers
Black plimsolls and trainers (outside PE)
School caps, PE bags and book bags are available to purchase from Caseys.
We prefer children to do indoor PE and gymnastics in bare feet as it supports better quality work and is safer for the children in apparatus. Trainers should be worn for outdoor work.
There are many stairs in the school and therefore, in the interest of safety, the ruling for footwear is strict. High-heeled shoes are not acceptable, nor are shoes with open toes or sling backs please. We do require children to wear shoes and not boots (during the winter months, children can wear boots but must bring shoes to change into).
We prefer shoes to be black in colour and no trainers please.
It is advisable for parents to provide a paint apron/shirt to protect clothing during activities such as art and design, design technology and science.
During hot weather, children are encouraged to wear a cap or hat. Sun protection should be applied before school, however, it should not be brought into school.
Long hair for both boys and girls needs to be tied back.