At Nightingale we pride ourselves in looking smart and ready to learn. Our uniform helps us to feel part of the Nightingale community and we ask children to wear it with pride.
New Uniform January 2019
What do I need to order?
Every child in year 1-5 will need a new school jumper or cardigan (blue with the new Nightingale logo), and a new PE kit. Children should wear this with grey uniform trousers, skirt or dress and a plain white polo shirt. Checked summer dresses (blue) can be worn in the summer term and the first half of the autumn term.
Every child in year 6 will just need the new jumper or cardigan and can keep their PE kit the same.
How can I order?
Try on uniform samples for size in the Reception area any day before or after school then fill in and return the order form that your child should bring home. Return this to your class teacher by the 21st of January, but without including payment. In the week of the 4th of February uniform orders will be brought to the school and you can pay with card or cash in the school hall after school. Alternatively you can collect your order throughout half term from the Trutex shop on Broadway Market near to London Fields.
Order forms can also be downloaded below. Children who receive the Pupil Premium will be given a £5 voucher towards the price of their uniform.
From February half term the Nightingale uniform PE kit is compulsory for Years 1-5. Year 6 children do not have to buy the PE Kit and can keep their current PE uniform when we move to the new school.
A lost property green bin is kept in the hall. Please check in here if your child is unable to find an item of clothing after your child has had a good look in their classroom.
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