Created: January 2013
Reviewed & approved by Board: 26th April 2017
Next Review: April 2018
In line with Scandinavian educational tradition, children are given a choice to wear what they choose. The school does endeavours to maintain a smart functional dress code. All items must be clearly labelled with a sewn-in nametape. All children will need seasonal clothing such as waterproof clothing and waterproof boots. Dress up or sportswear is not acceptable during the normal school day. Indoor shoes are required.
On outings and trips children are expected to wear official Dania T-shirts and Dania sweatshirts.
Pupils must be able to put on and take off their own shoes. If necessary, this may mean pupils wearing shoes that fasten with Velcro or buckles. No laces in Reception/Year1 please.
Dania School T-shirt and shorts
Dania School sweatshirt
At Dania School we also recognise the importance of the Equality Act 2010. This replaced and unified all existing equality legislation such as the Race Relations Act, Disability Discrimination Act and Sex Discrimination Act. It aims to ensure that all people (pupils/teachers/parents/family/visitors etc) have equality of opportunity in accessing and experiencing the life of the school. When carrying out our day to day work, we should have regard to the following:
- eliminating discrimination
- advancing equality of opportunity
- foster good relations across all people, whatever their characteristics may be
Written: Mike Papesch
Reviewed: March 2017
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