We are very proud of the appearance of all children at Beecroft Primary School. The uniform is worn by all and encourages a feeling of belonging and aids good discipline.
School Uniform for Boys and Girls
- Navy blue sweater or cardigan with school logo.
- Navy blue or grey school trousers, skirt or pinafore (school style clothes not fashion).
- Shorts for modesty (grey, black or blue) can be worn but cannot show beneath dresses and skirts.
- Pale blue or white polo shirt.
- White, navy, grey tights or socks.
- Headbands - blue, white, black or dark colour to tone with uniform.
Cardigans, sweaters and book bags with an embroidered school logo can be bought from school or can be purchased directly from the supplier.Uniform supplier link
As above or pupils can wear a blue and white gingham dress or short grey or navy trousers (not beach shorts).
Any clothes but not denim. Denim jeans are not allowed.
P.E. Kit - All Pupils
- Black or navy blue shorts and a plain white round neck T-shirt. These can be above the knee cycling shorts.
- Trainers for outdoor P.E. lessons in Key Stage 2.
You are asked to provide a pair of indoor shoes/black pumps for your child to wear in school. This helps keep our school clean and to encourage children to look after it.
Please make sure that all school clothing, including indoor shoes are clearly marked with your child's name.
For reasons of safety neither, chains nor earrings are allowed to be worn. A single stud in each ear is permitted.
Children should come with their own pencils, ruler and rubber. Children will need a fountain or cartridge pen in Key Stage 2 (Years 3 - 6). They are allowed to bring crayons if they wish. School stationery can be purchased from the school shop which is open on Wednesday mornings before school.
Discipline And School Rules
School rules are kept to a minimum. The general rule is, "behave sensibly and with consideration for others." Our philosophy is to positively encourage and promote good behaviour and we are very proud of the very high standards of behaviour in school.
Rewards In School
Children are rewarded by praise, colour points for good work and good behaviour which lead to a mention in the "Gold Book" in Family Assembly. Four mentions in the "Gold Book" in one term, results in a letter of congratulations being sent to parents.
Reporting To Parents
You will be able to talk with your child's teacher about his/her progress at Parents' Consultation Evenings, or at any other time that is convenient to you and the teacher.
You will receive a written report of your child's progress at the end of each school year.
As parents you are encouraged to come into school to discuss any concerns that you have about your child or about general school matters. It may be necessary to make an appointment to do this to ensure that the member of staff concerned can give the matter his/her full attention. Parents should never hesitate to contact the school if they have any worries concerning their children.
Go home for lunch
Have a school dinner
Bring a packed lunch
The school meals service maintains a healthy eating policy. Pupils who pay for meals should bring the week's money on Monday morning in a sealed envelope or purse clearly marked with the child's name.
If you think you may be eligible for free school dinners, please contact:Leeds City Council (Apply for free school meals)
At lunchtime children are cared for by four midday supervisors. Members of teaching staff are always present in school at lunchtime.
We ask parents to choose the dinner arrangement for a half term. After each half term parents can change the arrangement if they wish.
Absence From School
The school is required by law to keep information relating to levels of attendance (figures not personal information). Our attendance is very high and averages 97%.
Beecroft views excellent attendance as crucial to a child's success at school. Holidays during term time are not approved except in the most exceptional of circumstances. (This should not be more than once during a child's time at Beecroft). Holidays taken during term time result in an unauthorised absence. Holidays over twenty school days will result in a child being removed from the school roll.
Regular attendance is essential if your child is to make good progress at school. Unexplained absences, persistent lateness and erratic attendances are automatically investigated by school and the Educational Welfare Officer.
Parents should note that by accepting a place at this school for their child, they imply acceptance of school policies and school rules.
Charging And Remissions
The school operates the LEA's Charging and Remission Policy A copy of the policy is available in school.