School Opening Times:
Our playground is open from 8:35. am and registration is at 8:50 am. School ends at 3:30 pm.
School Events will be listed here as soon as they are published. If you need to discuss an event with us, please use the Contact Us page for details.
Please note that a letter regarding the individual events will be sent out nearer the time with further details.
Hampshire school holidays and school term dates
A full list of dates can be found on the Hampshire County Council website by following the link below.
All parents, teachers and children can identify themselves proudly with Marchwood Junior School. School uniform is one way in which this sense of identity is helped. The vast majority of parents support us in this endeavour and the turnout in school is very smart. None of the items on our list should cost more than children's normal day clothes and the range offers some choice.
Girls Winter Uniform
- Grey pinafore dress or skirt
- Grey school trousers
(not black,flared or hipster type trousers)
- White or grey blouse
- School tie
- Grey jumper or cardigan
- White socks
- Black shoes with low, wide heels (not high or narrow heels or slingbacks) (trainers may be worn at playtime)
Girls Summer Uniform (optional)
- Yellow gingham summer dress
- Grey skirt worn with white open necked blouse or white polo shirt
- Sandals – not high heeled slingback
- Sunhat strongly recommended
Boys Winter Uniform
- Long or short grey trousers
- White or grey shirt
- Grey jumper
- School tie
- Grey socks
- Black shoes (trainers may be worn at playtime)
Boys Summer Uniform (optional)
- Short grey trousers
- White or grey open necked shirt or white polo shirt
- Sandals – not open backed
- Sunhat strongly recommended
Boots which involve a lot of lacing are unsuitable for school as they often double changing times. Shoes, with high or narrow heels, flimsy sandals or 'flip-flops' are also unsuitable as school wear. Several items of uniform are available from the P.T.A. – please ask at the School Office.
ALL ITEMS OF SCHOOL UNIFORM MUST BE NAMED.
It is important that children change for P.E. and begin to develop a sense of personal hygiene.
The School P.E. kit consists of a yellow school T-shirt* and blue shorts. Indoor work takes place in bare feet (the P.E. Inspector recommends that Plantor warts should not prevent bare feet work). Plimsolls or trainers are needed for outdoor work and a tracksuit or jogging pants and sweatshirt would be useful.
Children in the Upper School may play football on the field and should wear trainers, football boots or old shoes. They will also need a change of socks. Jewellery must not be worn for P.E. for safety reasons.
Please supply a drawstring bag for P.E. Kit. It is important that P.E. Kit is in school ready for use every day. Please get into the habit of your child bringing it in on a Monday morning, keeping it in school all week and then taking it home for washing on a Friday.
Personalised team kit from Serious Sport
To purchase additional school PE kit from Serious Sports please visit:
As some of our work involves painting or making activities an overall is essential. An old shirt, reversed with elasticated cuffs is ideal. During the year, we have to deal with a fair amount of lost clothing which is very time consuming and sometimes impossible to return.
PLEASE NAME EVERY ITEM OF SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CLEARLY AND CHECK FROM TIME TO TIME.
Jewellery and Toys
Jewellery should not be worn at school as it is unsafe during P.E., Games and playtimes. Children with pierced ears must only wear studs. Earrings are not suitable for school and can cause very unpleasant injuries in play or games. Children will be asked to remove any type of earring or stud before participating in P.E. or games.
If you do have your child’s ears pierced could you please have it done at the very beginning of the Summer Holiday as participation in games and P.E. during term time is very difficult when children have been told to keep studs in newly pierced ears. If they cannot remove their earrings for P.E., please provide your child with medicated tape to cover them.
Please try to keep the number of non-essential items brought to school to a minimum as they do present problems of supervision. Mobile phones, radios, Walkmans and cassette recorders are not permitted at school.
We are not able to accept responsibility for items which are lost, although we do all we can to recover them within reason