Ways to purchase your uniform
School Time School Outfitters are located at 23 Railway Street, Chatham, ME4 4HU. Orders can be placed either by visiting the shop, over the telephone or online. Items can be collected from the shop or sent to your home address, although there will be an extra cost for postage.
In the event of any query please contact School time direct on 01634 831684
School sweat shirt or cardigan (royal blue)
Polo Shirts (royal or light Blue)
Grey or black trousers or skirt
Grey, black or white socks only
During the summer, grey school shorts or blue and white check summer dresses may be worn.
Shoes: black (No Trainers). Multi-coloured trainers are not suitable for school (but great for changing into after school).
During the summer, flat sandals or shoes in neutral colours. (Socks should be worn with footwear, including sandals.)
During the winter, if boots are worn to school, please make sure that your child has the correct footwear to change into at school.
All children need to have the school P.E. kit which consists of:
- a light blue T-shirt
- royal blue shorts
- black plimsolls (inside)
- black trainers (outside)
Children taking part in outdoor games lessons must wear either black trainers or plimsolls.
In gymnastics or dance in the hall, pupils are usually barefoot for the lesson, but need plimsolls when walking to and from the hall.
All items of P.E. kit, including footwear, must be marked with Children's names and kept in named P.E. bags.
Swimming is part of the National curriculum and children from Year 4-6 take part in weekly swimming lessons on a termly rota system at Kings School.
During those sessions they need:
- a swimming costume (one-piece costume for girls)
- swimming cap (for girls and boys with long hair)
As we encourage active play and movement during the school day, suitable footwear should always be worn. For Health and Safety reasons we do not allow children to wear jewellery in school. The exceptions to this rule are one pair of plain ear-ring studs in pierced ears, jewellery of a religious nature and a watch.
Stud ear-rings should be removed for PE and swimming and watches removed to prevent them causing injury.
Note: staff do not remove or put ear studs, etc. back in if the child cannot manage it.
Hairstyles should be reasonable and appropriate for being in a learning environment at school. Extreme hairstyles would include shaved patterns in the scalp, Mohicans and unnaturally coloured dyes. Such hairstyles are not acceptable at school. All children, girls and boys, are required to have their hair tied back if long enough and only have sensible hair accessories in school colours.