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Selsted Church of England Primary School

From Tiny Acorns, Might Oaks Grow

Useful Information

Selsted School works closely with other local schools to improve the provision we have and to support other schools where we can.  We currently work in two different 'Hubs'; FESI and Rural Small Schools.  Please see below for more details.

 

School Uniform

UNIFORM     Sweatshirts and sky-blue polo shirts are available with the school logo.

 

          

           Navy blue trousers, smart shorts or skirt

KS1 = sky blue polo shirt

KS2 = sky blue shirt with a school tie or sky blue polo shirt

School sweatshirt in navy blue

School colour socks (or tights in cold weather)

Suitable shoes/sandals - no trainers should be worn.

 

          

           SUMMER WEAR:

 

Smart navy shorts with sky blue polo shirt

 

Summer dresses (sky blue and white - stripes or checks)

or smart navy shorts with a sky blue polo shirt.

 

For P.E. Lessons: ALL pupils should have a red polo shirt and navy blue shorts:

 

P.E. Footwear:

All pupils need black slip-on plimsolls for indoor PE and Dance. Trainers are needed for outdoor games.

 

SPORTS DAY: This takes place in the Summer Term and pupils need a T-shirt in their House colour to wear with their PE shorts.

 

St. Mary's - Light Blue

St. Martin's - Red

St. Peter's - Navy Blue

 

School uniform is available locally at Springers, 51, Canterbury Road, Hawkinge or online:   www.springersonline.co.uk

 

PMGSchoolwear:   www.pmgschoolwear.co.uk

 

SCHOOL MEALS

 

Meals are provided by Whole School Meals, prepared offsite at another local Primary School and transported daily to Selsted in heated containers. Menus are available on the school website and are regularly emailed home. A school meal currently costs £2.35 (October 2023). Payment should be made via Arbor. the office do not accept cash payments.

 

Facilities are available for pupils to eat a packed lunch prepared by their parents. These meals should be brought to school in a clearly marked container bearing the child’s name. Selsted has Healthy Schools status which means that, in line with government guidance, we encourage children to have healthy choices in their lunchbox (we discourage chocolate and sweets and suggest that crisps are given once a week to coincide with the chips that non packed lunch children have on Fridays). 

 

Under the new Government scheme, from September 2014, Key Stage 1 pupils are entitled to a Free school meal.  However if you are in recent of benefits that would have entitled you to free school meals through the old system we would encourage you to speak to a member of the office staff.

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