Our school uniform is as follows:
- a navy sweatshirt, cardigan or jumper;
- a pale blue or white polo shirt;
- navy, grey or black trousers, skirt or pinafore
- pale blue and white checked summer dress
Wearing uniform makes children feel a sense of belonging to Roundhill Primary School.
Our uniform is available to purchase direct from Scholars in Bath:
4 Terrace Walk
T: 01225 462206
Please provide suitable sturdy school shoes in black. Black trainers may be worn to school, but a separate pair wil need to be provided for PE lessons.
Stud earrings only may be worn to school (no hoops or dangly earrings, please); these must be removed for PE. If children are unable to remove their own earrings, please remove them before school on PE days.
The Halo Code
Children are expected to change for all PE lessons into a different set of clothes; this encourages and establishes good health and hygiene practice and helps to keep school uniform clean.
Our PE kit is as follows:
- navy, grey or black shorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms
- pale blue or white T-shirt
- daps or trainers to change into (not the pair they wear all day in school)
- a tracksuit top or sweatshirt may be worn in colder weather
Please also ensure the children have socks in their PE kit if they do not usually wear socks to school (eg if they wear tights)
If swimming, your child will require a swimming costume/ trunks and a towel.
We recommend sending PE kit in on Mondays and taking it home to be washed on Fridays; this means that your child has kit available for all PE lessons.
Long hair needs to be tied back for PE
If your child wears earrings, these must be removed for PE from 6 weeks after piercing (which is the time it usually takes to heal); if they are recently pierced, or your child has an infection, they must be covered with micropore tape or plasters - please ensure these are supplied in your child's PE bag.
We would expect most children with pierced ears to be able to remove earrings themselves. If they cannot do this, please take earrings out before school on PE days.
PE is a compulsory part of the curriculum for all children; if your child has an injury which makes PE difficult, please speak to the class teacher who will be able to suggest how this is best managed.