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Northborough Primary School

Uniform

Shotbowl in Deeping are now our school uniform supplier. Shotbowl have been supplying high quality, affordable school uniform to other schools in an around Peterborough for many years and we feel confident they will deliver great products and service to our families. 

You may be wondering if we are changing uniforms and the answer is, “no,” but there will be one additional item. A Northborough branded red school coat. After consulting with Shotbowl and other Primary Schools similar to Northborough, we understand the coats are very popular and are pleased to be adding this to our recommended list. In terms of price, Shotbowl are comparable if not cheaper (some items) than our previous supplier which is great news!

Shotbowls Ltd address from 22 March 2017
2 Blenheim Way
Northfields Ind Est
Market Deeping
Peterborough
PE6 8LD


Tel: 01778 348788

Email: shop@shotbowl.com

Shop Opening Hours

Mondays

Closed 

Tuesdays

10am – 5pm

Wednesday

10am – 5pm

Thursday

10am – 5pm

Friday

10am – 5pm

Saturday

10am – 4pm

Sunday

Closed

Uniform List:

* White polo shirt or white shirt 

* Red sweatshirts or cardigans 

Dark grey or black trousers, skirt or pinafore

* PE bags

* Book bag

* Sunhats or caps

* Navy PE t-shirt/ black shorts and/or jogging bottoms and trainers.

Black shoes (not trainers please) with a good tread for safe outdoor play.

Children must not wear: Nail varnish, Sportswear in place of a school sweatshirt i.e. hoodies of any description or open toed footwear

Jewellery:

Rings, necklaces, bracelets etc. should not be worn to school. Such items can easily be lost or damaged, causing upset. Please treat them as "special items" to be worn on occasions outside of school.

For safety reasons, no earrings other than studs should be worn in school. Indeed, studs can lead to injury to the neck and ears during PE, swimming and games and need, therefore, to be removed or covered with microtape (provided by the parent) at such times.

Staff are not responsible for the safe-guarding of any jewellery brought into school by the children.