- Wellbeing support -lots of links
- New Reception Parents
- School Forms
- Tiptoe School Uniform
- School Meals
- The Friends of Tiptoe School
- Art Gallery
- On Line Payments
- Parent Council
- School Clubs
- Internet Safety
- Internet safety home learning
- Privacy Notice - How We Use Personal Information
- Community Clubs - Get Active, Get Involved, Have Fun!
- Illness - When to Send Your Child to School
- Secondary Transition
- SEN Resourced Provisions
Tiptoe School Uniform
Tiptoe School Uniform
Our school colours are red and grey. Children should be dressed suitably to cope with an active working day and possible changes of weather. Although logo items are available, there is no requirement to have a logo on any uniform items.
Red sweatshirt or cardigan
Black/Grey school skirt, pinafore, shorts or trousers
Red polo shirt
Red, black or grey tights/socks
Flat black school shoes – no trainers
Red school dress checked
There are optional school fleeces for outdoor learning
PE Kit: Black PE shorts, black track suit trousers or joggers
Red hoody – Tiptoe hoody available
Red, black or grey socks
Year R children require Wellington Boots
Hair longer than jaw length should be tied back red or black hair accessories are permitted
Book bags for Infants. Juniors can choose a rucksack.
Pre loved uniform can be purchased from our Friends of Tiptoe via this link:
For safety and security reasons jewellery should not be worn to school. If children have pierced ears they should only wear stud earrings and be able to take them out themselves when doing PE. If they cannot remove them themselves please do not wear them to school.
Watches/fitbits are permitted, these must be removed during sport or PE activities. No smart watches.
Sweatshirts and polo shirts bearing the school logo are available for purchase at the PMG Schoolwear Shop, Station Road, New Milton. This is for information only, there is no requirement to buy the items from this retailer.
Please label all items of clothing clearly with your child’s name.
It is unwise for children to bring unnecessary money, valuables, toys or special items to school as it causes great distress if they become mislaid, broken or lost.