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School Uniform

Please follow this link to the web page of our school uniform supplier.

www.mapac.com/education/parents/uniform/nectonprimaryschoolPE37

Here, you can purchase our school uniform which has been carefully selected to ensure high quality. The prices represent excellent value for money.

Our uniform colour is royal blue. The school logo is a mix of two designs drawn by children from Necton First School and Necton Middle School before they amalgamated to form Necton Primary School in September 2007.

Our school uniform

 Compulsory items:

  • A school sweatshirt or cardigan with logo           
  • A white polo shirt with logo                              
  • Black or grey trousers/shorts
  • Grey skirts/dresses
    (Blue check gingham dresses are an optional alternativefor the girls in warm weather.)         
  • Low heeled black shoes                              
  • PE  T-shirt: White or blue
  • PE shorts : black or blue(may be purchased privately or available from school).
  • Swimming hat  ( item available to buy from the school.)

The following items are also available to buy from the MAPAC website but are optional:

  • A royal blue school coat                  
  • PE/swimming kit bag with logo          
  • Book bag with logo                           

Jewellery:

With the exception of watches and stud earrings, children are not allowed to wear jewellery in school as it is easily lost or damaged and can be dangerous. 

Although stud earrings for pierced ears are acceptable for general wear, they may NOT be worn for P.E. lessons or sporting activities.  If earrings are worn in school the child will be asked to remove them before taking part in physical activities and they must be responsible for looking after them. If the child cannot remove their own earrings, the class teacher will ask the child to reduce the chance of an accident occurring by placing tape over the studs. If the teacher considers the earrings still present a risk, the child will not be allowed to take part in the lesson. (This request is made in consideration of the safety of the wearer and others and is in line with Norfolk County Council Health and Safety Policy for all Norfolk schools.)  If you are considering having your child’s ears pierced, we suggest having it done at the beginning of the six week holiday period.