Whitehills Primary School

Forfar

Uniform

Uniform

Whitehills Primary Uniform

In order to develop a feeling of belonging and pride in the school we encourage pupils to wear the Whitehills School Uniform. School sweatshirts, blazers, ties, badges and polo shirts are available from J P Whyte or DFS Sports. We are also working in partnership with the TESCO Clothing range and you can now order a lot of the school uniform from here.

Recommended dress:

Boys

Girls

Trousers Black/Grey Skirt Black/Grey
Shirt White Shirt White
Polo Shirt White Polo Shirt White
Jumper Royal Blue Jumper Royal Blue
Tie School colours Tie School colours
Shoes Plain Black Shoes Plain Black

It is preferable that children do not wear trainers to school as they are not suitable footwear for children to wear all day. Designer logo trainers can also cause problems for those children who don’t have them!

PE Kit

We encourage both boys and girls to wear black or navy shorts and a white T-shirt or Polo Shirt. We prefer children not to wear T-shirts with slogans or designer logos. All children must change their footwear for work in the gym. If children could wear light soled shoes it would stop the gym hall floor getting marked. Football shirts or colours may not be worn in the gym.

School Clothing Grants

Parent or carers who have a child under 16 attending an Angus school and receive any of the following:

  • Income Support

  • Income-based Job Seeker’s Allowance

  • Income-based Employment Support Allowance

  • Child Tax Credit, but not Working Tax Credit, and where your income is less than £15,860 (in 2011/12 as assessed by the Inland Revenue)

  • Support provided under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

Pupils aged between 16 and 18 years who receive any of the above benefits in their own right also qualify.

Entitlement to Clothing Grants is assessed as part of the application process for Housing Benefit/Council Tax Benefit and you should complete an application form which is available at your local benefit enquiry office or by telephoning 01382 536500 or FREEPHONE 0800 252056.

However, if you are not eligible for Housing Benefit/Council Tax Benefit a separate application process exists and you should still contact any of the telephone numbers above for details.

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