School Uniform

School Uniform

Children are encouraged to take pride in their appearance, which promotes modesty and enhances confidence. Correct school uniform must be worn at all times. School uniform gives a distinct Muslim identity to pupils and parents are requested to cooperate with the school by ensuring correct attire is worn at all time.

BOYSGIRLS
ReceptionSky Blue Shirt
Navy Jumper
Navy Trousers
Black Shoes (no lace)
Sky Blue Shirt
Navy Dress
Navy Tights
Black Shoes (No lace)
PrimarySky Blue Shirt
Navy Jumper
Navy Trousers
Black Shoes (no lace)
Sky Blue Shirt
Navy Dress
Navy Tights
Navy Scarf
Black Shoes (No lace)
SecondaryNavy Blazer
Sky Blue Shirt
Navy Jumper
Navy Trousers
Black Shoes (no lace)
Navy Blazer
Blue Sky Shirt
Navy Manto & Trousers
Navy Scarf
Black Shoes (no lace)
P.E. KitWhite T – Shirt
Navy Jugging Bottom
Black Plimsole
JEWELLERYOnly wrist watches are allowed
Nail varnish or make up should not be worn at school

Wherever possible, your entire child’s belongings, clothes, PE equipment, wellingtons, etc should be clearly marked with your child’s name. Lost articles can cause a lot of distress to the children.

Space in school for coats and bags is very limited and, therefore we request that children only bring bags that are absolutely necessary. There is no need for them to bring any other bags apart from their PE kits in a drawstring bag, if possible. If children bring a packed lunch to school, then lunch boxes with handles are easier to store.  In Key Stage Two when the children have more things to carry, then we would request that children bring in the smallest bag possible since the large ‘fashion’ bags take up a lot of room.

We participate in many sporting events for the school such as football, for boys and girls, volleyball, running, athletics, and many more. Practices and matches are held after school and at lunchtimes. We always try to make the most of any initiatives and our efforts have gained us the active mark for PE, and we are recognised as a ‘Healthy School’. We also arrange an extended residential visit for Y6 each year. Each year we visit the parks where the children enjoyed activities such as abseiling, canoeing, archery to mention a few.

All children are permitted to bring in a snack of their own choice; in a labelled plastic container. Children who have sandwiches eat in Lunch Room at lunch time. The children are cared for in school hall and playground by mid-day supervisors and good manners are expected at all times. We encourage healthy snacks such as fruit, raisins, breadsticks or healthy snack bar, as this is essential for their development and growth. Milk is available for the children (Reception- free of charge). At IRIS we have a healthy eating policy.We do not allow sweets and chocolates in school. Please do not include them as part of your child’s packed lunch.

The ‘Fruit for Schools’ scheme provides a free piece of fruit each day for the children. In the afternoons all children are encouraged to bring a piece of fruit or a healthy snack to eat during the afternoon break time. Each child has their own water bottle to ensure that they are drinking throughout the course of the school day.

During the school day access is only via the main entrance which is controlled by a keypad entry system. The playground gates are locked during the school day. Visitors must report to the school office on arrival.

Contact Us

100 Carlton Vale

NW6 5HE

Tel : 020-73728051

E-mail: info@irischool.co.uk