Twitter Wall

Twitter Wall

Twitter Image

19/04/18

More Roman Day activities and outfits. Thank you to all parents and guardians for such impressive outfits! https://t.co/7ieR7vZOKN

Twitter Image

19/04/18

Time for the Roman quiz - the children are learning so much about chariot racing, where the Romans lived and the gruesome gladiators! https://t.co/QJxAukG9ow

Twitter Image

19/04/18

Year 4 enjoying their Roman Day! Lots of history, finding out how the Roman Empire spread and looking at fascinating artifacts, some of which are almost 2,000 years old! https://t.co/SIbGjssanr

Twitter Image

18/04/18

Retweeted From Alan Mackenzie

In this month's edition of DITTO, the free online safety magazine for schools and parents, we're looking at privacy, skin gambling, risky behaviour, Fortnite, challenges - Pse RT https://t.co/cd7E4rwcpn https://t.co/dmQby5FLJ4

Twitter Image

14/04/18

Retweeted From Kim Scudamore

Looking for any local businesses who would like support Whyteleafe Primary School Summer Fair 23rd June. We are looking for sponsors for our Fair Programme. Email whyteleafepta.com

Twitter Image

29/03/18

Retweeted From Outdoor Learning

Year 1 found a beautiful European hornet (about 4cm long) in their favourite tree, so respectfully decided not to climb that one today https://t.co/f3T6JKv9rh

Twitter Image

29/03/18

Retweeted From John Williams

The three children who won the Easter bonnet competition were presented with their prizes in our whole school assembly. Well done! https://t.co/TRJiajsj8b

Twitter Image

29/03/18

At our assembly this afternoon we said thank you and good luck to for all he has done for over the last 6 years https://t.co/4zF76en9eo

Twitter Image

29/03/18

We are delighted that we have been awarded the Achievement for All quality lead status recognising how we enable ‘every child to be the best they can be regardless of background, challenge or need’ https://t.co/lbEa4HGDpR

Twitter Image

29/03/18

Retweeted From Stemettes 💙 ★ # +

Grace Hopper worked on some of the earliest computers and developed advanced software programs. She was involved in the development of the COBOL programming language. Tap to learn more: https://t.co/9NWJn6Twir https://t.co/MmI2JBu1Lv

Twitter Image

28/03/18

Retweeted From Girls Who Code

Want to show off your spirit? Check out our new merchandise store, new this week! Get shirts, sweatshirts, dog tees and totes for the family- https://t.co/qkfB354BEw https://t.co/xYCUSwHPxC

Twitter Image

27/03/18

Easter Egg Hunt in full swing https://t.co/5DB1p79MjC

Twitter Image

23/03/18

Retweeted From John Williams

We had the pleasure of being welcomed into assembly this morning by our fabulous recorder group https://t.co/9Bps70K6Af

Twitter Image

22/03/18

Retweeted From Scratch Team

🎉 Scratchers have created and shared more than 30 million projects with Scratch! Visit https://t.co/iCs8Fxdlt9 to check out the wide variety of stories, games, and animations that young people are creating everyday. https://t.co/IqwE2CggYE

Twitter Image

21/03/18

Retweeted From Nikki Hall

Huge congratulations to netball team. Fantastic teamwork led to a super win 9-2 against a brilliant team from Woodlea.

Twitter Image

20/03/18

Retweeted From Mr K Reardon

https://t.co/qlp8jwsfuF

Twitter Image

20/03/18

Retweeted From Mr K Reardon

Congratulations to the amazing Year 5 football team for winning the District Football tournament

Twitter Image

20/03/18

Retweeted From Mr K Reardon

Congratulations to the year 4 football team for finishing 3rd in the District football tournament! Really, really proud!

Twitter Image

16/03/18

Retweeted From Nikki Hall

Well Done ! A great 5-0 win against a strong team. Excellent sportsmanship shown by both sides! You made and myself very proud! A big thank you to the parents for your support!

Twitter Image

16/03/18

Retweeted From John Williams

Blue Reception ready for their circuit https://t.co/wEtUYeuxc4

Uniform

School uniform can be ordered via Marks and Spencer on

mandsyourschooluniform.com/surrey/whyteleafe-school 

The school colours are yellow, black and grey. Whyteleafe School has a uniform for a number of reasons. These include giving the child a sense of pride in their school, giving a school identity and a sense of membership and belonging.

The school colours are yellow, black and grey. Whyteleafe School has a uniform for a number of reasons. These include giving the child a sense of pride in their school, giving a school identity and a sense of membership and belonging.

 

Uniform

Reception

 

  •  White polo shirt, grey skirt, shorts, culottes, pinafore dress or uniform trousers.
  •  Black uniform sweatshirt.
  •  White, black socks, black or grey tights.
  •  In summer, yellow checked or striped dresses maybe worn.

 

Year 1 to 6

 

  • White button collar shirt and school tie.
  • Grey skirt, shorts, culottes, pinafore dress or uniform trousers.
  • White, black socks, or black or grey tights.
  • Grey pullover or grey cardigan.
  • In summer term, yellow checked or striped dresses maybe worn.
  • Shoes: Sensible dark coloured shoes should be worn for normal school hours. Trainers, boots, ballet type shoes and sling-back heeled sandals are not acceptable.
  • Jewellery: Jewellery (other than watches and plain studs for pierced ears) is not permitted.
  • PE, Games and Swimming: All pupils wear black shorts and a yellow t-shirt* for PE and games. Plimsolls or trainers are required for PE and games lessons. Pupils will be advised if they need football boots or other specialist footwear. Black uniform sweatshirts* and black jogging bottoms can be worn for games on cold days. All PE kit should be kept in a named PE bag at school. For health and safety reasons children are not permitted to do PE, games or swimming lessons wearing jewellery, including studs. For swimming a towel, swimming costume and swimming cap must be provided. Girls must wear one piece costumes and boys swimming shorts need to be fitted and above the knee.
  • Hair: Long hair must be tied back at all times. Hair accessories must be kept to a minimum and be of school colours. Hair styles must be sensible and appropriate for school ie without effects like tram lines and mohican’s.
  • Make up and nail varnish: These are not permitted.

 

The school will take into consideration religious and cultural customs, where parents make a request for a reasonable adjustment to the current school uniform. This request should be made in writing to the Head Teacher.

The Head Teacher will decide in very hot weather if ties can be taken off. For prolonged hot weather, parents will be informed if ties are not to be worn to school via parent mail.