Sciennes Uniform can be ordered online from Image Scotland:
SCIENNES SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
Please note that our School Council holds regular sales of high quality, nearly new school uniform. Check the Sciennes website, Sciennes Flyer or School Council website for details of the next sale.
ASSISTANCE WITH SCHOOL UNIFORM
City of Edinburgh Council can provide children from low income families with assistance towards the purchase of school clothing, subject to certain criteria. Further information is available on the Council website where an application form can be downloaded. A link is provided below. Forms are also available from the School Office or you can contact School Grants, Awards and Placements by telephone Tel 0131 469 3471 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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WHAT CAN MY CHILD WEAR AS UNIFORM?
T-shirts and polo shirts in white, red and navy blue with the school emblem may be ordered from Reception but please note that it is perfectly acceptable for pupils to wear plain white T-shirts or polo shirts purchased from supermarkets or department stores.
We have a school tie which can be worn with a plain white shirt if you prefer. School ties can be ordered from the School Office.
Plain grey skirts and plain grey or black school trousers can be purchased from school or elsewhere. Plain navy blue jogging trousers are also acceptable.
Girls can wear a red or blue gingham checked summer dress.
Most of our pupils wear a navy blue Sciennes sweatshirt with the school emblem. Our P7 pupils wear a royal blue Sciennes sweatshirt.
Fleeces and jackets in navy blue, as well as schoolbags and gym bags, with the Sciennes emblem can be ordered through school if you wish.
We prefer our pupils to wear school shoes in dark colours.
SCHOOL DRESS CODES
- it improves security as it is easy to spot who is a pupil
- pupils can feel a sense of belonging and commitment to the school
- the image of the school can improve
- differences between pupils are reduced.
- items potentially causing health and safety problems for the wearer like certain types of earrings and chains
- footwear which might damage flooring or carpets
- clothing with words or pictures on them which could offend others
- scarves or tops representing sports teams other than the school’s own team
- tight, short or revealing clothing that could offend others
- clothing advertising the use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.