P.E. Kit PolicyOur P.E. Kit Policy can be viewed below
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At Newington Green, we recognised Physical Education (PE) as a key area of learning within the National Curriculum. Physical activity is integral to the good health of our children and thus, suitable PE kit is essential in ensuring that pupils access the PE National Curriculum to its potential, and participate safely and comfortably in physical activity at School. We believe that a uniform kit encourages our children to have a sense of belonging to a community and promotes a feeling of pride and equality.
ALL pupils should bring their PE kit to class even if they are not going to be actively involved as a performer. If a pupil is injured or unwell, a signed note from the parent or guardian must be provided to the PE teacher at the start of the lesson. Pupils who are excused will still need to change into PE kit as they will be involved in the learning process through the role of a coach, umpire, referee or leader.
Newington Green School PE Kit is compulsory and consists of:
Green PE T-shirt
Black PE Shorts/Jogging Bottoms/Leggings Sports trainers or Black plimsoles
PE Kit can be purchased from the school office, every Tuesday at the start or end of the school day.
- PE T-Shirt £ 3.50
- PE Shorts £ 3.50
Pupils who fail to bring in the correct PE kit will be required to borrow school kit. Failure to bring the correct PE kit will result in a letter home and a break time detention.
All jewelry must be removed for PE. If a student has newly pierced ears (i.e. 6 weeks or less) then earrings must be covered completely.
Long hair must be tied back in order to prevent entanglement in apparatus and to prevent it obscuring vision.
Reviewed: March 2014